Have you ever heard that you can’t stop drinking with willpower alone? It’s true! But what does that actually mean? Of course, it takes willpower to stop drinking! You have to decide. You have to commit. You have to make living alcohol-free non-negotiable if you’re going to have any chance of staying sober. But willpower
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One of the huge leaps toward sobrenity (that happy place in sober-serenity land) is discovering that the true rewards, the stuff that makes our spirits and bodies feel so very good, usually calls for some hard work. I know, I know, not what I wanted to hear, either. Sometimes that hard work is purely physical.
One of the most touching places in Laura McKowen’s new book, “We Are the Luckiest,” are the words she used at a time of early, very wobbly sobriety where she spoke of wanting to protect the tiny pink new life growing inside her. She went on to say that she couldn’t really FEEL or ENVISION
I love success stories, don’t you? Well this isn’t one of them. I’m reporting in on how my 40-in-40 (40 classes in 40 days) Self Yoga Challenge is going: this photo of my coffee mug pretty much says it all. It only took a few days before Life overcame my best intentions and things fell