Congrats on day 3 @jamieann! Do whatever works for you. We are all different and no one should judge another’s program of choice. I’m not an AA person but I do believe the program works and has saved thousands. Keep going! I’m proud of you.
Hi fabulous friends! I’m happy to be back after being locked out over a password issue. Day 384 and all is well in sunny Florida. My year soberversary passed quietly which was fine by me. No celebrating or fanfare but I treated myself to some new clothes for our big European vacation creeping up in April. Not sure how I will handle sobriety in…[Read more]
Hi JoniB. Thanks for the congrats. It’s ok. I gave up the cigarettes 20 years ago. I read Allan Carr at that stage and it worked. I see through this forum that he has done one about Alcohol too! I’ll try and get my hands on it for more ammo to fight the wine witch. I’m doing ok so far tho. I’m preparing for the honeymoon thrill of giving up…[Read more]
Dittos to what Amy said and if you still feel antsy take a walk or a drive but keep busy. You need a distraction until the urge passes and it will. Do not give in and ruin 18 days of beautiful sobriety. The worst part is behind you. Keep going I will not drink today with you. Day 352. ☺️
Well Day 351. Amazing really! Since last January I have been plodding through each day and avoiding all social gatherings and dinners out bla bla. But that will all change tonight. We are back in Florida at our Winter place and will be attending a surprise birthday party for a friend. The old drinking crowd will all be there and have no clue that…[Read more]
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