I know you’re suffering depressionBecause you just can’t seem to stop But you asked for tough loveSo … Hit you hard? Tell it like it is?Ok let’s tryLet’s sayOn alcohol you’re not okYou wouldn’t be here if you were anyway You say you can’t resistYou’re an addictA messBut plenty have been where you areThey struggled
Stick to Sober – How on earth? How on earth do you make it stick?When of being sober you’re almost sick!How do you make your new lifestyle fit? Is this really it?Never again? How do you stick to sober? But what if it rains?If you do badly at work?Or a competitionyou don’t win?I meanWhat if
Hey, happy sober Saturday! No headache todayA cat on my chestHis paws swiping my chinA good way to begin My child upset his headphones are brokenThey’re were only bought yesterdayBut soft words are spoken It’s alright try these I sayHanding him mineYou can keep them it’s fineI’ll get some more Ah mum I thought you’d
The hardest time of year to stay sober for people who have recently stopped drinking alcohol is the Holiday season. In my first sober December I felt constantly reminded of my not drinking. Everyone seemed to be drinking all the time during the Holiday season and everywhere I looked alcohol was being celebrated. Christmas Cheer!
Drinking a Love Story Then and Now Her husband grew tired, weary of the routine. They were arguing again as they did nearly every night. Harsh words throughout the day or small digs here and there but they added up. Bit by bit she knew she was losing him. Was there someone else? Why was