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    • bartadamley
      Top reader this weekReading streakScout
      5 months ago

      I still haven’t drank in 2022.

      Maybe this is the year I commit being completely sober?

      Time shall tell. This is an article for the sobriety curious

      • Alexa5 months ago

        10/10 recomend at least a dalliance with it (3+ years sober over here and zero regrets). Love a good dry January adventure :)

        She vaguely refers to Ruby Warrington's Sober Curious and that is SUCH a good read for the sober curious, how she frames that you're not giving anything up but just realizing and embracing the fact that adding a substance doesn't necessarily make a great experience any better. I never realized how much I was missing as a social drinker, just for sake of turning down the volume on life (even though we assume drinking turns it up)

    • Alexa5 months ago

      Love this. It's nice to see other nuances of sobriety. You don't have to be a falldown ruin your life drunk to find more value in life after drinking. Sometimes you just find more life, less distraction, and a juicier existence. Love it!

    • Pegeen
      Top reader this weekReading streakScoutScribe
      5 months ago

      I found this article fascinating, could not stop reading it. Part of it was because this is a young person and I am now a “senior citizen.” It was interesting to be inside her mind, thinking her thoughts, feeling her emotions. Her drive and ambition was a runaway train in a way that was foreign to me. I found myself admiring her tenacity and willingness to try different things, to find her way. I loved the last 3 lines.