Tag: committing to sobriety

Why you shouldn’t confess to your aa sponsor

Sobering up and working on your recovery is one of the most vulnerable time for anyone. I was willing to do anything, and I mean anything to get out of my daily addiction to alcohol. I couldn’t bear the chaos and pain of dealing¬†with……


Two years sober

I feel humble and fortunate to be able to reflect on my second-year alcohol-free. In some way, I’m in awe because I think that only now the doors are slowly opening to the possibility of never drinking again. If I could only describe in words how……


How to fail the new years resolution to stop drinking

It’s fascinating that once a year right before it ends we make these promises to ourselves, mostly due guilt, that next year things will be different. We will magically change.
Fuelled by holiday hangover, nausea, some of us even withdrawal and definitely by the shame of fucking up, we……


Keep going

Change is invisible. We change through dreams, withdrawals, pain, sorrows and various experiences. Too often the feedback of change arrives too late as we look back in regret wishing we kept going. It is also hard to see the progress we made since we look for it in wrong places, measuring in terms of……


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