Tag: Sober Stories

  • Sobriety? It’s not Magic it Just Feels Like it Sometimes

    Sobriety? It’s not Magic it Just Feels Like it Sometimes

    A Letter to my Drinking Self 13 months ago- You are stronger than you know. Yes. Really you are. You just need to want sobriety bad enough. And right now you don’t. And you also do. You just won’t. You won’t look at how it’s damaging you. You won’t believe that people around you can […]

  • One Day at a Time

    One Day at a Time

    One day at a time.  Whoever figured that out needs a street named after them, because it’s a critical concept for me as I go along with this new alcohol-free life.  Moving in and out of my mind are thoughts of forever, as in, can I do sober forever?  Never drink again? Is this me […]

  • Dear Alcohol – Good Bye

    Dear Alcohol – Good Bye

    Dear alcohol. I was introduced to you through teenage romanticism; my friend died and I jumped straight into your chasm. You were there when family was not; you comforted me, as I melted into an afterthought. You gave me the means when I needed to escape; while I was just a child, one that someone […]

  • 3 Months Sober and Unstuck!

    3 Months Sober and Unstuck!

    I honestly don’t think I would have stopped drinking had the pandemic not forced me to be alone with myself.  These past 4 months since the onset of covid have changed everything. I’ve never spent so much time alone, and to spend a majority of that time in a sober mind, facing my thoughts and […]

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