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  • AA Meeting Reflection

    I had the opportunity of being able to attend and observe The Serenity Seekers, an open Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) twelve step meeting. Upon arrival, I received a warm welcome by many different group members. They introduced themselves to me and one of the members even brought me pamphlets that provided me with information regarding what their A.A. program entailed. At first, I was apprehensive about going to an A.A. meeting; however, the members were all accepting of my presence, which made me…

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  • The Importance Of Hunger And Poverty

    one of eight children, who grew up in Kenya Africa. She was raised by a single mother, and grew up in poverty. She was brought out of poverty because one girl named Christine, wanted to make a difference (A Grateful Former Sponsored Child Becomes A Sponsor). If every person did just a small act to help someone in need, the world would be a better place. 328,000,000 children live in extreme poverty, and 1 in 10 people live on less than $1.90 a day. The conditions they live in are horrible and…

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  • Sponsorships Should Be Banned In Schools Essay

    Gatorade being one of the largest sponsors for the National Football League and many other sports organizations. Gatorade is a drink designed for athletes, in order to replenish necessary electrolytes to continue playing the game and prevent dehydration. Often you will see the players holding…

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  • Apache Dance Essay

    where the girl lies on a buckskin hide and the co-sponsor steps into play and massages the girl once again. “The purpose of the massage is essentially the same as her massage during the initiate’s first menses. She is being shaped into the image of White Painted Woman— both in her character and her physical demeanor.” (Markstorm) The forth phase gish ih zha ha yinda sle dił ihłye (“Cane set out for her, she runs around it”) requires the co-sponsor to take the cane and place it to the east for…

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  • Personal Narrative: Anonymous Twelve-Step Fellowship

    Becoming a member of an anonymous twelve-step fellowship was, and continues to be, the most significant thing in my life. Having found this program was truly a blessing and I really couldn’t imagine where my life would be without it. Truthfully, if I had continued to fight three years ago, there’s no telling whether or not I would still be alive today. Three years ago, my life was controlled by addiction. It all started with one, which I soon learned would never be enough. Every thought I had…

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  • How To Describe A Swot Analysis

    associate levels. For example, project sponsors are those at the executive level who champion a project, while the functional managers are those at the management level who oversee departmental activities. The sponsor role is to provide the means for the project, allowing for organizational resources to be used for its completion. The sponsor has responsibilities at all stages of the project including selection, planning, executing and closing. The sponsor follows the project 's progress and…

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  • Case Study Of Winsome Manufacturing Company

    ABSTRACT This paper proposes who should the project stakeholders, project sponsor, and the project manager be in the launching of newly designed room-sized plastic storage unit of Winsome Manufacturing Company. This paper also took the opportunity to explain what the communication process will be and how the project charter will manage the whole project. This paper considers to help the head of the marketing department of Winsome Manufacturing Company to present the finding made.…

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  • Super Pcs In Elections

    represented them actually represented them and not the people who had enough money to persuade the candidate to look after their desires. Limits were placed on the amount of money a sponsor could contribute to a candidate. This insured that many sponsors could only contribute a small mount of money each so one sponsor did not gain too much power. So super wealth organizations and people such as corporations make their contributions to independent organizations that raise money to support or hurt…

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  • Essay On Family Literacy

    always suggest that they just trust in God because he has a plan, I try to encourage this literacy as much as possible, without shoving religion down the other persons throat of course. When I have a family of my own I hope that I am as big of a sponsor as my parents are to me, I hope that I encourage literacy as much as my parents do for me. Also, I hope that I can pass on my national literacy to others. My Grandpa and all the other war vets are a huge influence in my life and I believe that…

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  • Here's Looking At Urges And Cravings Analysis

    the group activity. PO identified his triggers as family problems, physical discomfort, and old friends. PO shared examples of how he would handle/manage U&C with peers, such as addressing unhealthy thoughts, changing situations, or talking to sponsor. It appears that PO is working on life goals and plans in his recovery. Moyer Group topic: Here’s Looking at Urges and Cravings ***** Last Group ***** Today’s group was focused on handling urges and cravings. Group activity included learning…

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