Category: Juno

  • Leaving My Abusive Relationship With Alcohol

    Leaving My Abusive Relationship With Alcohol

    My relationship with alcohol did not follow the path that I expected when I took my first casual drink. I once thought that alcohol was my confidant, my comfort, my power. But alcohol turned out to be a narcissist, a bully, my kryptonite. My relationship with alcohol was like a love turned sour and I […]

  • Drinking to Get to the Bottom of Things?

    Drinking to Get to the Bottom of Things?

    I often drank to get to the bottom of things. Do you know what I mean? When you don’t feel right. When you’re feeling a bit stirred up or a bit down. When there are things going on and you don’t know what you feel or think about it but you don’t feel right. I […]

  • A Sober Girls Guide to the Festive Season and Christmas Freedom!

    A Sober Girls Guide to the Festive Season and Christmas Freedom!

    Christmas loneliness is something that I’ve become accustomed to as a single parent. This year, as the pandemic keeps us away from family and friends, loneliness will most likely be something that many people struggle with. It can be especially hard to deal with loneliness if you are newly sober during this festive season. Drinking, […]

  • Easing out of the Battle to Stay Sober

    Easing out of the Battle to Stay Sober

    I spent over 2 years battling with my addiction to booze and my drinking got worse before it got better. Over those 2 years of slipping while trying to stay sober, I ended up hating booze so much. Until the triggers happened and the cravings called. Then booze was once again my adult comforter. After […]

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