'One day at a time' has gotten me to day 65. Not going to say it's been easy, because it hasn't. More often than not, I wanted to drink. Not too frequently anymore. I finished my first workbook - The Mindfulness Workbook for Addiction - and now I'm on to my next - The Addiction… Continue reading 65 Days Sober
I'm twenty-seven years old. I have three children. My husband makes four. I have two step children, so six. I love horror movies. Kid's movies (Disney mostly) are second, and not just because I have kids. Halloween is my favorite holiday (obviously). Christmas is a close second, because I love to see my kids' reactions… Continue reading Facts and Nonsense.
So 39 days sober and I'm done with cigarettes as on Monday. I'm vaping so I don't know who would consider that actually "quitting smoking", but to me it is. Vaping, to me, is more like a patch, a nicotine inhaler, the gum... it's just an aid in quitting. Baby steps. It's all about the… Continue reading Sobriety & Quitting Smoking
"One day at a time" has gotten me to 32 days sober. One month. I can only get easier, right? I've kept up with my outpatient treatment and it has been a huge help. although a lot of the time I don't feel like going. I'm a hermit, I don't like going anywhere. I like… Continue reading 32 Days Sober
I know about HIPPA and that we aren't supposed to share outside of group, so I will keep names and such, anonymous. I had my outpatient group. I went in early to have a one-on-one prior to my group starting. I found out we were having a pizza and movie day. Although the movie was… Continue reading Under the Influence at Treatment