Tag: Sobriety

  • The Cost of Mommy’s Wine Time and How I Broke Free

    The Cost of Mommy’s Wine Time and How I Broke Free

    When my son was a baby, my drinking would have been considered part of what is now (the very normal and encouraged) “Mommy’s wine time” culture. I’d put him down for bed in the early evening – after a very long day of all things baby! – I’d flip on the baby monitor, head to […]

  • A Sober September Farewell to the Wine Witch

    A Sober September Farewell to the Wine Witch

    Dear Wine Witch, Thank you. Thank you for always being there for me. You were always by my side for the good and bad, ups and downs through my adult life’s events. You never let me down, you were always there, so smooth, gentle, fresh – a pure delight. Well, unless I had too much […]

  • Sobriety is my Path from Fear to Authenticity

    Sobriety is my Path from Fear to Authenticity

    Today it’s over 11 months since I had a drop of alcohol. I now associate drinking with fear. It’s not fear about what’s going into me when I drink, it’s fear about what won’t come out. When I drink my truth does not come out. It stays inside and causes inconsistencies in me, in terms […]

  • Russ and Trev’s Guide to a Sober September

    Russ and Trev’s Guide to a Sober September

    Have you decided to give Sober September a try? Russ and Trev are our Boom Rethink the Drink community experts on taking a break from the booze, and they’d like to invite you to join us for our Sober-September challenge. Here are Russ and Trev’s thoughts on what 30 days alcohol-free can do for you! […]

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