In the online community that I host many of our members have never attended an AA meeting. They do not call themselves alcoholics, even though they have chosen to get sober and stay that way after alcohol became the problem, rather than the solution in their lives. We also have members who have tried AA and decided to move on, and others who are satisfied long term members of AA lending support to the group.
We talk together everyday about the ins and outs of living life alcohol-free without needing to debate the correctness of any particular approach. This kind of community is the kind of community that is changing the face of sobriety and allowing people to drop the stigma and get focused on what works for them.
“You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.”
― Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
I actually do believe that there is a correct way but only a correct way for me as an individual and that “way” is constantly evolving. Maybe you know that you need to stop drinking or you at least know that you need to focus on cutting down. Come talk to us and rethink the drink.
Sobriety is the Best Kept Secret!
You can read more about us Here
The following posts represent some of our community members’ thoughts on an alternative approach to traditional thinking about alcoholism and recovery.
We are a Private, Anonymous, Online Forum, open to anyone hoping to stop drinking or take a break from the booze. An international group of men and women tucked away from the busy commercial noise of social media but there for you at the touch of a finger when you need us most. In a world where you’ll be questioned for not drinking with the crowd, we’ll encourage you to find your own path.
Read more from our members HERE . Open your mind to the possibilities.