MissMay wrote: »
Welcome to all of our new folks, sorry if I have been neglect in giving a greeting to you. There is something funky going on with getting to the community forums lately on my computer. 😠
As it happens, there is always a big rush to try and make new changes with each new year as on the January thread. Not meeting the goal you set out for should not discourage anyone from keeping on track OR deter you from wanting to make better choices with alcohol. Over time, spread out with moderation, works wonders for so many.
So if you tried January and it did not go as you had planned, do not give up. Rome was not built in a day.
KrazedBemused wrote: »
2019 was a horrible year for me and I formed a terribly, unhealthy relationship with alcohol. I resorted to alcohol as a form of stress relief and relaxation. I’m committing to 60 days AF as of tomorrow in efforts to form better, healthier habits to deal with stress. Wish this wine loving lady Luck!
dawnbgethealthy wrote: »
As usual, I am going to try for 16-20 AF days for the month.
Short month, so this might be challenging.
I had 18AF days for January
Saturday February 1 - AF - Superbowl party tomorrow (yes, we Canadians love it too) so not planning to be AF. I am planning to intersperse glasses of water between drinks, and I have 1 cold no-alcohol beer to take with me to the party.
Sunday February 2 - Drinks and too much fattening food, but very fun.
Monday February 3 - AF - Felt a bit rough this morning until I had my lemon water.
Running tally - 2AF day out of 3 days so far
LoveyChar wrote: »
I'm venting here as a sober bystander as my husband and his brother get fall down drunk for 2-3 days next week (Thursday, Friday, and possibly Saturday). I now know the fantastic plans they've made. This is in no way a trigger; this is an annoyance that I am dreading because they're going to be on my nerves. I hope y'all don't mind if I vent...
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