GOD'S CARE AT THANKSGIVING

One morning out of the blue, my husband of ten years announced that he was leaving. He said that he no longer wanted to be married to me.

During almost all of my marriage, I had attended Al-Anon, a 12-step support group for families and friends of alcoholics, where members share "experience, strength, and hope." I often went to meetings when things were rocky at home. But now I threw myself into the program as if I were drowning and this was my only hope for survival. I started attending meetings three to five times a week, valuing the encouragement and sense of community they gave me, and I continued to be a member over the next 15 years.

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