BOOM Community Rethink the Drink
Thoughts from the BOOM Community Members (3/6)
“Joining this community has in no doubt been the single most important aspect of my getting through the trials and tribulations of sobriety. I had no idea when I joined the impact it would have.”
It is through BOOM that this second journey of sobriety has become something entirely different from the first one. I was looking for my tribe to not struggle alone with the cravings and the voices in my head that called for the booze and I have found this group that is supportive, encouraging, funny and tender. It is through connecting to others that the addiction loosens it’s grip. There is always somebody’s comment or post there that inspires or supports me even in moments that have been more difficult. I am on day 200 today thanks to this group and my heart is filled with gratitude for the many invisible friends here!
For me, BOOM is a great asset in attaining your goals for an improved life….with or without alcohol. Many Boomers are facing their booze overindulging issues head on. Some, too, are attempting to learn how to reduce or control their intake. It really doesn’t matter where you are on the drinker spectrum. There’s somebody here who has been there too.
Give BOOM a try. What could you lose? Except perhaps to learn how to break a damaging habit, lose some weight, improve your health and personal relationships, regain a great life, perhaps. It’s all up to you what you give and take from this fabulous community. ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤
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I’m elderly. I’m tired. I’m sober though. Thank you my mighty Boomer Buddies! Love this safe haven for folks sick of feeling hungover, tired and generally lethargic from self poisoning.💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚
Boozemusings is a lifestyle blog and the BOOM Community is a peer support group. We are NOT trained addiction counselors but simply a community of people who have overcome or are overcoming alcohol issues. We do not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment, nor does anything on this website create a physician/patient relationship. If you require medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment, please consult your physician.