Tag: Sobriety

It’s Simple but not Easy – Perspective from 165 Days of Sobriety

How I managed to get 165 days of sobriety under my belt. It’s simple really: I have wanted to be sober more than I wanted to be drunk. I have had to fight through the initial physical cravings and have had to fight against the psychological ones. There was a constant fight against myself, the

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Tales of a High-Functioning Drinker Told to My Newly Sober Self

Woman Typing at Computer Telling Tales of a High-Functioning Alcoholic Told to My Newly Sober Self

Today I’m 100 days sober – WOW!! It’s been 100 days of not calling myself an alcoholic, but rather consciously celebrating being alcohol-free! 100 days of working my sobriety so differently than I expected. 100 days of being courageous and opening myself to new ideas. 100 days of sharing the journey with people like me. People who

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How do You Stop Drinking and Stay Sober with a Partner Who Drinks?

When I stopped drinking over five years ago, there was not much in the blogs and books that I was reading that addressed how to stop drinking if your partner continued to drink. There was mention of living sober with a normy, meaning someone who could drink moderately. But, I could not find any points

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How Does it FEEL to Go Sober?

Theater Masks- How does it FEEL to go sober

There are many articles online about what to expect physically when you stop drinking. This article, Stages of Alcohol-Withdrawal , is excellent and we recommend it to all new members who join our online community Boom Rethink the Drink. One of the things that is easy to forget when you have been sober for years, is how

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