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An Invitation to an Alcohol Free April
To everyone finding things
really difficult at the moment
who think no-one notices
who might be drinking
more that they would like
to cope with it all…
Hey I see you
Don’t worry though
It doesn’t show
You’re trying so hard
Why doesn’t anyone realise?
You’re juggling everything
And doing it so well
I can tell
But is that bottle of rose
Your reward for getting through your day
Going to help?
Will it take your cares away?
Or could it make things worse?
Could you maybe try and take a break from booze?
For a few days, weeks or whatever you choose?
Come here and talk to us in BOOM
It’s free, anonymous and
You’ve nothing to lose
There’s no commitment needed
Just people you could chat to
Who might just feel similar to you
You’re not alone
even if it seems that way
Why not click and join today?
If you are drinking too much too often and want to stop or take a break from booze … come check out our community BOOM Rethink the Drink on the Mighty Networks app We are an independent, anonymous and private community who share resources, support and talk it through every day. There is no more vibrant and diverse group anywhere. Open your mind to the possibilities Here
Ask Yourself these questions ( you’ll find our answers inside BOOM at the linked titles)
If you can think of one thing that scares you, or scared you most about sobriety what would it be ?
What does Courage mean to you? Does it take courage to stop drinking? Why?
and we’re there to help with answers to these as well
What advice would you give our Newbies about those first 30 or 40 days? What do you remember about the early sticking points ?
Early sobriety is so so difficult I am having a very difficult time maintaining motivation. I am one of those who “never reached rock bottom.”?
What made you *realize* that you had “crossed the line” and had a very serious alcohol problem?
Do you really PROMISE it’s better on the other side? Swear?
This post was written by Floss authors of An emoji-explosion reminder to myself of how alcohol lies to me and