Quit day, alcohol: 7/20/18. Quit day, nicotine: 5/25/18. I have wasted SO much time hung over. I am not the person I want to be because of all the time I waste drinking, going to store to buy alcohol, and being tired or flat out hung over from drinking alcohol. It is time to live. I quit about two years ago for eight months. Got a taste one week on vacation while drinking lunch beer with my dad. After that my tolerance ramped up fast again. I just quit the weekend before memorial day this year. My dry out that time was horrendous, sweaty, hot flashes, no sleep and extremely tired. But started 21 days later. Anyway, I am ready to live free of alcohol. I want to use all those wasted hours doing yoga, meditation, exercise, etc. How about you? Your story?
you sound great, @hammer123 – i hope that you get your counseling, massage, yoga, singer videos, and doctor appointments done next week. that would be quite a bunch of stuff for me, with work. i always put work first, always. then when i have time free, it is not scheduled time. today is the day for you. i have often just never understood why…[Read more]
sounds like a great great event. i think that your post has everything to do with sobriety. if you were yourself five years ago, you would have probably had boozy events at your new home and met boozy people or gone to boozy events. it is, imo, much harder to meet people who are not boozy, or booze centric and the possibility of meeting a…[Read more]
phew, don’t i know how you feel, i will never ever forget, the disgust, self loathing of no no no and then oops, not too many hours later, i think i will have just one, right when have i ever had just one. if you feel like rubbish just keep thinking about how healthy you are getting, day by day. post. love to hear from you.
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