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In two days I am about to begin my fourth month of sobriety. I just wanted to take a second and refelect on things that I have learned. First and foremost I would like to thank everyone here who is part of this forum. With your suggestions and your struggles, I have seen others and realized I am not alone. I think this is one huge component of becoming unrelient on alcohol. Secondly, I just want to say that changing myself was not as hard as I thought it would be. Sure I have had to divorce myself from certain situations and sometimes people ask and I explain myself, but the best part about this entire process is waking up and feeling good. No shakes, no dry heaves, no sweating and smelling of alcohol all day long... Just feeling good is a plus. I think what I really want to work on now is trying to continue to accept that I will not be drinking so I can give up counting the days. I would like to have it in my life where I am just not a drinker and that is that. No more worrying about any of this. Two weeks ago I truly realized that I had made a good move. I was at a reunion and every story began like this, "Remember Matt when you were drunk and we did this...?" Well the answer now is no I do not and I do not want to know anymore lol. Take care all and thank you!
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