I am so excited to be launching my podcast: Sober Gratitudes on Anchor! Please take a listen and subscribe if you are interested in hearing some amazing stories of gratitude that blossoms from recovery from addiction. I promise you, YOU will be so inspired. Launch date: January 1, 2020 at 11:00AM Faithfully yours, Sarah @ … More Podcast Loading….Sober Gratitudes!
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Quitting alcohol requires more than just a plug in the jug. That’s just the surface of sobriety. Eventually, the plug pops off, and Day 1 all over again. True sobriety means digging deep and taking action. But before taking action, I had to learn a few things: I needed to: understand why I could not … More Getting Sober for Good Is An Inside Job
So much changes inside and around us when we get sober. Early on, we experience the relief of no hangovers. We also find our energy level increasing. This helps us be more productive through out the day. Our minds are becoming clearer, no longer foggy from fatigue. We are free of the shame that comes … More Re-birth of Senses In Sobriety
In 2013, I jumped out of an airplane to celebrate 1 year sober. It was a leap of faith similar to that of the day I surrendered to my disease of Alcoholism. Both leaps were frightening and exhilarating. What I experienced in the first year of sobriety is that letting go of trying to control … More A Leap of Faith
An epidural was administered in my back before giving birth to my first two sons. The pressure and sting of the needle felt foreign and was very painful. It quickly took effect, pooling my veins with a warm, bubbly sensation. I was free of pain, but disconnected to my body. I started to panic. I … More Alcohol: Life’s Epidural
“Suddenly, liquid pooled around my feet and quickly filled the tank as I was being lowered. I was frozen. I could not scream for help. I tried, but my fear took hold of my ability to move or shout. I did not fight it because I gave up the moment I knew I was in there being drowned…” … More The Dream That Saved My Life