286 days sober.......then binged

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Well, I got to day 286 then blew it. Had a tough Sunday with my kids stressing me out and went on a solo bender. Pubs, then a carry out then more pubs. Woke up vomiting and with my head splitting in pain. Forgot how awful hangovers are. I’ve reset my counter, which was so depressing. Back to the start. Day 5.

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  • Posted

    I own the T shirt company👍 don't beat yourself up, it happens to 98% of us! 😀
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  • Posted

    Wow, 286 days, that's amazing....I can't manage one day without a drink yet.  If you can do that, you can do anything. 

    Good luck....but I know you don't need it.  I admire you so much.

    Pat

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    Dear ylt...you have not failed in any way.....you have achieved so, so, soooo much....do not reset and start again, you don't need to. ....'very, very well done, just carry on and maybe have a treat for stopping straight away again.....excellent NEWS....TAKE EVERY DAY AS A NEW ONE.....REGARDS DEIRDRE XXXXX
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    Don't be depressed. You've done fantastically well. All those days sober. You should be proud.

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    Absolutely great - 286 days without the demon drink - well done to you.  Ok you had your bender now go for another 286 days.  I wish I could go one day I too admire you.
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    Pretty amazing for certain and 286 days is a LOT...you are back on track again and that is what matters the most...keep going and we will all think of you and give you support...well done again!!    smile
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