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Lanie saved to Sobriety Journal
Worried about alcohol relapse triggers? Here are five things you can do to avoid triggers and keep your sobriety safe.
Claire Collins saved to Sobriety
Although there is no "right" way to recover, there are some things that if I had to do it again, I would definitely prioritize in sobriety...
Soberish saved to Sobriety Tips
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Katy Karalius saved to Addiction recovery quotes
This is a letter to myself that I wrote in March 2016 (around 10 months sober), to keep and read when I needed it. I’ve read it more than a few times since then. Dear Self, If you’re reading this, I assume you are struggling to quiet the voice in your head that says you…
Sasha Gheiler saved to Sobriety
Whether you want to get sober, stay sober, or take a sabbatical from substances for a while, I hope these positive affirmations for sobriety inspire you to love your decision, and life, even more. This is a reminder that feelings are transient and thoughts are malleable. It’s YOU who's powerful.
Robyn Fallan saved to Recovery.
(+FREE Emotional Sobriety Worksheets) Learn how to achieve emotional sobriety. What Is Emotional Sobriety? ..Emotional sobriety requires an internal shift—a conscious choice to live fully and move forward without self-sabotage.The goal of overcoming addiction isn’t to forever quit whatever addictive behavior you struggled with, especially when the behavior in itself isn’t unhealthy like work, relationships, exercising, etc.
Dana Van Doren saved to *Recovery: Self-Image
Giving up your vices and guilty pleasures can lead to a happier and healthier life that’s full of purpose. Even though you might not see the changes day-to-day when you give up drinking alcohol, they’re very apparent to others.
jen graber saved to Motivation
Sobriety can be a wild ride, complete with roadblocks, delays and detours. But it is also a trip in a figurative sense.
Amanda Perry saved to Sober Curious