When I decided to go to a 28 day program to dry out I worried about my job. I didn’t want anyone to know about my drinking problem. I needn’t have worried. Everyone already knew. You see, any time there was a work function that involved drinking I’d make an ass of myself. Each and every time. I’d strip down because I was “TOOOOO HOT”, I’d talk trash about people I worked with behind their backs and to their faces, I’d dance on top of bars. The very worst part of my life during those years was the anxiety that led up to going to work after showing them all who I was when I was drunk. People talk, especially when the subject’s behavior was as juicy as mine was. There were some, though, who tried to help me. Those people planted seeds that would eventually lead to my sobriety so if I haven’t done so yet, I’d like to thank you. I believe it took every drink I drank to get me to the place where I could finally surrender and stop for good. It also took every seed that’s been planted about recovery. I try to remember that I may be the only example of a sober woman that someone meets today so I try to be a good one. Happy Thursday, sober family. Keep it simple today.

sober #soberlife #sobercurious #soberliving #soberaf #soberissexy #sobermom #sobermama #sobermovement #sobermotivation #soberisthenewblack #sobernation #sobersisters #sobersisterssociety #soberisthenewblack #sobercommunity #sobriety #sobrietyquotes #sobrietyrocks #sobrietyjourney #sobrietyissexy #sobrietyforwomen #sobrietyisbeautiful #teetotallyawesome #teetotaler #noalcoholneeded #nobooze #straightedgegirls #alcoholsucks #idontdrink #justfortoday

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: