Christmas is a special time here at Susan’s House. Everyone feels at home in our family. Tips to Having a Merry Sober Christmas for the Recovering Alcoholic This is a difficult time of year for anyone who is struggling with
Having fun with the girls, going to a sober party !!! For more information on Susan’s House, find us on Facebook or on our website. We’d love to have you with us next Halloween!
Reblogged from UnPickled If there is one question I am most asked about living alcohol-free, it is “How did you know it was time to quit drinking?” Only occasionally is this question asked with dancing eyes that reveal a quest for
reblogged from Kate at The Sober School Fear is a bitch sometimes. It’s a natural instinct, something designed to keep us safe and help us survive. It can be a brilliant internal warning system. But when it comes to sobriety
As I grow in sobriety I also grow in tolerance. I observe this growth in my interactions, especially with difficult individuals. Last week I had an opportunity to deal with a person who is actively drinking and not very
reblogged from The Fix: By Dee Young 04/28/15 I always thought a man would rescue me, but when I hit bottom it was the women who saved me. I was in my Greenwich Village apartment on MacDougal Street, a block from
“We do not grow absolutely, chronologically. We grow sometimes in one dimension, and not in another; unevenly. We grow partially. We are relative. We are mature in one realm, childish in another. The past, present, and future mingle and pull
Sisters in Sobriety is an international women’s group in Alcoholics Anonymous. This blog is written by members of the group. If you are a girl/woman, and you are concerned about your own drinking, we hope you can find some valuable