You Are Not Alone – Alcoholism & Sobriety

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Today I stopped in at my FAV blog site, Crying Out Now and am so pleased to share with you what I found there. Crying Out Now is a community of women speaking about addiction and recovery – telling our truths, and breaking down the walls of stigma and denial surrounding addiction – One Story at a Time.

I found this video, made by Stephanie, which shows there Sober truly doesn’t Suck!!

There IS hope….you are NOT alone.

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    • says

      This is ridiculous. I’m an avid Atheist.. I aettnd Narcotics Anonymous meetings I don’t work the steps, but I glean multitudes of wisdom from the experiences of the others. I tried quitting on my own HUNDREDS of times joined online addiction sites etc the only way I could quit is with the help of other addicts my drug counselor wasn’t an addict he didn’t know crap about addiction ADDICTS do know. If you are struggling to quit, find an NA meeting and share. It saved my life.

  1. says

    Yes, usually. I know with AA you are never coeridnsed cured. You’re always a recovering alcoholic even if it’s been 40 years since your last drink. I think this is pure crap. Just because a person was an alcoholic at twenty doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be able to have a drink for the rest of their life just learn self control. Anyways, that’s only my two cents and I don’t even drink.

  2. says

    When i would watch intervention on on A&E i would just sit there in shock wacthing these people stick so many needles in their arms a day. Well my brother was that person and i didnt even know it! I then went online and started to reading up on addiction and came across this blog which just was amazing!

  3. Karen says

    Just because a person was an alcoholic at twenty doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be able to have a drink for the rest of their life just learn self control.

    I wish everyone had self-control or that was all it took, we would all be happy drinkers. I quit 31 years ago and still go to A.A. It saved my life and I don’t feel like I am missing out. I don’t, and haven’t, looked at my not drinking as a lifetime deal for a long time. One Day At A Time, and I am still sober 31 years later.

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