I’ve been feeling particularly blessed this week. Not for any real reason, but I seem to have come to a point, a juncture, where most things are fine. And for me that is fine. But it’s hard to shake the habits of a life time, so I’ve been giving this feeling a little bit of
Because of the time limit, doing a Sober September, a 100 day alcohol-free challenge or a year without drinking is a double edged sword, that towards the end prompts us to ask certain questions of ourselves. At the start, we are full of doubt and trepidation…many hesitate to commit because, it simply seems to big
I’ve been sober for almost 6 years now, and I’m loving it. You can come up with a whole load of reasons why it’s better to be sober than it is to be pissed, but I can only adhere to one. I can tell you a load of stuff about how hard it is to
The balance of light and dark in me has shifted, but they remain in un-equal measures due to my efforts to eradicate the dark.
The true need is, therefore, to draw those aspects of myself together and search to establish equilibrium.
One of the craziest things about being sober is being caught in some sort of time-space continuum. The first few sober days are horrible. I can still remember that feeling of clinging onto the edge of a cliff by my very short fingernails: the awful cravings and the sleeplessness. The sleeplessness was the pits. For