Category: Sober Stories

  • Learning to Let Life Happen – Celebrating One Year Sober

    Learning to Let Life Happen – Celebrating One Year Sober

    If you are going to stop drinking, you quite simply have to stop drinking, but stopping is not easy. I think the hardest part in my early days of TRYING to quit drinking was the self sabotage, and lying to myself. I remember waking up hungover, full of shame and self-loathing, and thinking to myself […]

  • The Silver Lining In My Pink Cloud

    The Silver Lining In My Pink Cloud

    When I first got sober, the pink cloud of peace and tranquility that many people talk about, was nowhere in sight. I wasn’t feeling jubilant, or triumphant, or free. I was stressed, anxious and overwhelmed. As the weeks went by, I of course started feeling proud that I was staying sober, but mostly all I was […]

  • Perspective from a Grateful Sober Dad!

    Perspective from a Grateful Sober Dad!

    Today I am one year alcohol-free. My coffee cup says #1 Dad. What made me #1 to my kids? Well, it took some work, but today I can say that I am the most Grateful Sober Dad ever! I had my last drink one year ago today. It was a Rolling Rock. I was on […]

  • Breathe and Keep Moving – Gaining Momentum in Early Sobriety

    Breathe and Keep Moving – Gaining Momentum in Early Sobriety

    The second time I took physics in college I had a great lab partner, and the simple experiments we did (probability, gravity, refraction, polarization, momentum) fascinated me. I loved the concept of momentum, which is defined in physics as “the tendency of a moving object to keep moving.” The first time I took the course, […]

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