Tag: Living Sober

Stories that Save

There must be a way To clear thoughts of alcohol From ruining my day Distraction Action Stay busy Not dizzy With too many alcohol cravings  Think of the savings I’ve so far madeBy letting alcohol just fadeGone from my sometimes daily routine A more relaxed scene  Happier dreams A better future for usGuess I just follow the process and trust Stay connected Stay reflectedPositively

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Feeling Everything

When I drank I didn’t know why. I didn’t like who I became when I drank. I didn’t like how I felt after I drank. I didn’t like how I drank once I started. I could go for a month sober maybe and then when I drank I drank daily. So I could go for

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Using Alcohol to Control Anxiety

Anxiety and Alcohol

If you think about it logically everyone who drinks alcohol for the very first time and continues to drink it over the following years drinks it for one simple reason and that is to change their brain patterns with a drug. Maybe a small change, maybe a large change. But we put alcohol (or any

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Alcohol Lies

Alcohol-Lies

I read this article a few years ago when I was in my early days of sobriety  Man in the Netherlands euthanised due to his alcohol addiction. It’s about a man in Holland who chose assisted suicide over life because he could not stop drinking. The article didn’t really go into detail about his life

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Welcome Back Baby

I thought I’d be fine soberPast all the booze temptation Of the supermarket situation  Trust your gutIf you feel something is wrong It’s because it usually is I was kinda wrong There was the same old bottle Waiting Like it had been there all along  I ventured forth with strength of willPicked it up, examined it until I felt it’s pullA sarcastic,

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