When I was drinking routinely I worried about the health consequences of my nightly binge , but disturbing , health related articles like this, The Top 10 Health Risks of Alcohol for Women, According to an MD, or this, When it comes to cancer, how does alcohol compare to smoking?, did little to help me
I’ve been musing about recovery and how, perhaps it follows the template set by Jesus’s resurrection two millennia ago (I’m a non church going Christian, fyi). Jesus had been in the desert for 40 days, praying and preparing, knowingly, for his death. He was tempted many times by the devil, but pushed away wealth, power
Many people in early sobriety seem to struggle with sleep issues. The response I recieved to this letter was a terrific help to me and I share it often.
When trying to stop drinking, regardless of our degree of dependence on alcohol, many of us experience cravings at a ‘witching hour’, often between 4 and 8 pm. I used to think this was just because it was a habit to have a drink after a long day. We ‘deserved’ a drink and so had
The Lizard in the Wall I had dropped a friend off at an appointment and agreed to wait until they were finished. It was going to take a bit of time so I went for a short stroll. I’m not one to walk fast unless it is for exercise. If there is a destination in