The Sober Squad- Alcohol Free Living

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  • LoveyChar
    LoveyChar Posts: 3,962 Member
    @RubyRed427 I have time in the morning, fortunately. It's the one time of day I actually make time for whatever whether it's silence or coming here. I'm going to fill that space with the Artist's Way technique. I'll try anything but I hold alot inside and a release of all the negative first thing in the morning sounds like a great start!
  • RubyRed427
    RubyRed427 Posts: 3,889 Member
    @LoveyChar It's such a blessing that your daughter is in your life- and you sound like a wonderful loving mom! I agree - it is great that Prom could be held this year!

    I'm not sure if you pray but once I read a book called the "praying wife" and it recommends praying for your husband a lot and not tell him. He may slowly change just from prayers. Who knows if that will work and I'm not a bible pusher but prayer can be positive and calming.

    In our Cleveland.com website there is a question/answer column this lady writes. It was relevant to what we've been talking about on this thread.

    https://www.cleveland.com/entertainment/2021/04/dear-annie-try-to-avoid-hitting-rock-bottom.html
  • RubyRed427
    RubyRed427 Posts: 3,889 Member
    donimfp wrote: »
    Kate Bee posted this blog yesterday. I thought it was insightful and helpful.

    https://thesoberschool.com/sobriety-makes-me-feel-deprived/

    This is spot on. I need to change those simple words to make this a positive instead of deprived. Thanks for sharing!
  • LoveyChar
    LoveyChar Posts: 3,962 Member
    @donimfp I did copy the link down via pen and paper in my journal (the one I won't shred). Thank you!
  • SunnyDays930
    SunnyDays930 Posts: 1,245 Member
    @donimfp you know we are all rooting for you. You've got this, Sister. <3