This is my call out to anyone who committed to stop drinking on January 1st, or to anyone who decided to at least try a Dry January pledge, and has stumbled. Pick yourself up, dust yourself off and come talk to us! We are still in a fresh new year and a fresh new decade.
Category: Sober Inspiration
I refuse to be alcohol’s victim. I refuse to let myself feel like a victim in life’s struggles. Life is often unfair, unkind and scary. I will not let that make me a victim though. I chose to see it all as part of the adventure. I chose to see it all as part of the challenge.
One of the reasons it took me so long to stop drinking after I knew I needed to, was that I had learned that nightly drinking to de-stress was a normal part of adult life. The more stress in one’s life the more justification there was to drink it away at the end of the
What makes us happy? What gives us joy? What brings real comfort? How do we find peace? Most of us could have easily answered those questions at age three or four or five. But when was the last time we even stopped to consider them? One of the soul-stripping effects of any addiction is the
“We Love it, we commiserate with it, we celebrate with it, but you have a Problem with It, and Nobody wants to talk to You” That’s how the BBC series ‘Like Minds: Why is using alcohol to cope so common?‘ begins. Whether you call it alcohol abuse, alcoholism or alcohol-use-disorder, alcohol addiction is deadly. Sometimes