Yes @jr it was an emotional one for me too, seeing him not being able to focus on his speech because of the clinking glasses and the shame of being found out, so well done. I felt grateful but scared too of how easy to get right back there, good reminder for me to not get complacent. Have a great sober day!
So sneaky @missfreedom ! I am finding I get through and event or something that I think will be hard, woo hoo so glad that went well! and then the witch comes calling 2 days later on just a normal random day. No thanks not falling for it! Good work, she always tells me I can have 2 glasses too, never has worked.
I love this @hammer123, I can be much harder on myself than I need to be. Should be meditating more, exercise, food etc etc work in progress on giving myself grace. So much learning still but none would be happening without giving up the booze! Have a great day!
Hi @daisy, I can really relate to it being very challenging when partner drinks. I was saying to my husband that a show we were watching was triggering me, trying to share a bit more but said no I wasn’t going to drink. Well later he walks in with wine for himself, said he was just in the mood. Not cool! But you know what I almost feel stronger…[Read more]
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