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Question by Faith: Please proofread and condnsed this for me?
Giving A Talk
1.My name is Faith and I am an alcoholic. I came to the United States in 1998 from Uganda. My mom is from Uganda and my dad is from Somalia. My dad is a complete asshole and that is just a fact. He and I never liked each other. Especially, because what he did to my mom.

2.I never had any feelings about alcohol while I was growing up. I come from a Muslim household, so neither of my parents and none of my eight brothers or two sisters ever drank.

3.In 2003 I graduated from Central High School in Saint Paul. After high school, I got a full time job at target as a customer service and left target in 2008. Then I got a part time job at Minneapolis Community and Technical College. I worked in the financial aid department.

4.I started drinking at the age of 22. In 2002, I met a guy at the gay 90’s and we became friends with benefits. That man introduced alcohol to me. (I made the choice to drink) For two years, we went out every weekend and he bought my drinks, food, sometimes paid my rent. (Sugar daddy) I couldn’t deny free drinks and food.

5.In 2009, I found out that I had a serious medical condition and started drinking every day. I felt hopeless, helpless, and powerless. In that same year, I got a DWI, which caused me to drink more. I continued having legal problems as a result of my alcohol addiction, which ultimately turned into a brutal cycle of alcoholism and criminal charges.

6.My last relapse was February 22, 2013 and it was absolutely horrible. I got very close to dying. I drank for a week without any food. I was very sick. I attempted to kill myself multiple times, however never succeed. I was taking to HCMC the psych word by a Minneapolis police officer. I received treatment and left the clinic after three days by recommendation that I should follow up treatment. My psychiatrist says, you can’t come here anymore, go to treatment and get well. I did, I went to Nu Way, half house located in South Minneapolis. I graduated from treatment and since then I have been sober. At this point, the desire to drink has been lifted.

7.One day I was at a coffee shop and I asked myself, if cannot drink safely because of the body, allergy, but I cannot quit entirely because of the mind, obsession, then I am powerless over alcohol. As some of you know, I was in and out of AA for a while. It took me a long time to finally be okay with accepting that I am powerless over alcohol. This simple statement has brought me peace. I ask each day in a prayer for another 24 hours of sobriety. So far it has worked every time.
8.

9.For a long time, I have struggled with self-acceptance. I never liked myself. I knew that I was/am a girl, but never had the courage to deal with it, till recently. Transition has changed me to be who I am truly. I am completely okay with myself today. I have accepted my true self-identity.

10.I have a little dog named Kramer and he completes my life.
My sponsor helps me stay sane and I am grateful to have in him in my life.
I am also grateful for the people who have helped me in the past to stay sober. I cannot thank them enough.
Dallas, thank you so very much for the help you have given me.
Last but not least, I am very grateful for AA and all of you here.
Thank you!

Faith

Best answer:

Answer by BOSFLASH
It’s not bad the way it is. Did you forget to fill in 8? I’ll look at it again tomorrow. Peace. Good Luck. Work with this:

1.
My name is Faith and I am an alcoholic. I came to the United States in 1998 from Uganda. My mom is from Uganda and my dad is from Somalia. My dad is a complete asshole and that is just a fact. He and I never liked each other; especially because of his abusive treatment of my mom.

2.
While I was growing up I never had any feelings about alcohol. I come from a Muslim household, so neither parent, nor any of my eight brothers or two sisters ever drank.

3.
In 2003 I graduated from Central High School in Saint Paul. After graduation, I got a full time job at target as a customer service representative. I left target in 2008. Then I got a part time job at Minneapolis Community and Technical College. I worked in the financial aid department.

4.
At the age of 22 I started drinking. In 2002, I met a guy at the gay 90’s and we became friends with benefits. That man introduced alcohol to me. (I made the choice to drink.) For two years, we went out every weekend and he bought my drinks, food, sometimes paid my rent like a Sugar daddy. I couldn’t deny free drinks and food.

5.
In 2009, I found out that I had a serious medical condition and started drinking every day. I felt hopeless, helpless, and powerless. In that same year, I got a DWI, which caused me to drink more. I continued having legal problems as a result of my alcohol addiction, which ultimately turned into a brutal cycle of alcoholism and criminal charges.

6.
My last relapse was February 22, 2013 and it was absolutely horrible. I got very close to dying. I drank for a week without any food. I was very sick. I attempted to kill myself multiple times, however never succeed. I was taking to the psych word at HCMC by a Minneapolis police officer. I received treatment and left the clinic after three days with a recommendation that I get follow up treatment. My psychiatrist said not to come back to HCMC and to get treatment and get well. I took his advice and went to Nu Way, a half house located in South Minneapolis

7.
I graduated from treatment and since then I have been sober. At this point, the desire to drink has been lifted. I told myself one day at a coffee shop that I cannot drink safely because of the addiction of the body, and I must never forget that I am an alcoholic and must never again lift a glass because of the obsession of the mind. I must never forget that I am powerless over alcohol.

8.
As some of you know, I was in and out of AA for a while. It took me a long time to finally be okay with accepting that I am powerless over alcohol. This simple statement has brought me peace. I ask each day in a prayer for another 24 hours of sobriety. So far it has worked every time.

9.
For a long time, I have struggled with self-acceptance. I never liked myself. I knew that I was/am a girl, but never had the courage to deal with it ‘till recently. Transition has changed me to be who I am truly. I am completely okay with myself today. I have accepted my true self-identity. I have a little dog named Kramer and he completes my life.

10.
My sponsor helps me stay sane and I am grateful to have in him in my life.
I am also grateful for the people who have helped me in the past to stay sober. I cannot thank them enough.

Dallas, thank you so very much for the help you have given me.
Last but not least, I am very grateful for AA and all of you here.

Thank you!

Faith

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