We’re back

That’s right, my writings on the 12 Steps and 12 Promises of various recovery programs are back on an easy to find site. I left the internet world close to a year ago because of frustration with my previous web service. Basically it came down to the fact that I had no service. Over the course of two months my business e-mail disappeared and after four attempts to contact customer services with absolutely no response I gave up. The straw that broke my back was biting the bullet and by-passing e-mail correspondence and trying to contact them by phone. After 20 minutes, someone finally answered, which was a total waste of time. They couldn’t speak English, not even broken English. And I couldn’t speak Chinese or whatever language he was speaking.

I moved all my writings off that site and placed them all on blogspot. It’s a nice place for them but with no way for anyone to find those written words, my simple way of helping others was gone. The idea of recovery is to help others, in short, you’ll lose it if you keep it.

Anyway, this is a new site with different ways of uploading and publishing. So for now, it will be very simple, as far as templates, photos, or videos. It took me quite awhile to feel comfortable with my previous site, so I have no expectations on how fast I can make this site as lively.

One thing for sure, this site will be kept simple. Time to get back to what made me known – recovery and cancer. These two topics affect many people and it is time to go back and bring comfort to them. For venturing into other topics and falling away from a loyal audience, I do apologize and I hope that I can rebuild your trust in me and give me another chance.

As the site goes live, I do ask for some patience as pages begin to come to life. In the end it will be worth it. I’m excited by our future together, learning and helping each other along the way…

Published by Dave Harm

Recovering alcoholic-addict. Author of 3 books and 2 CD's. NLP Master Practitioner, Hypnotist, and Life Coach. Born in New Jersey, though I call Nebraska my American home. Moved to England in 2016 to prepare for my retirement.

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