In late 2017, turning theory into practice, Zoe took the decision to quit drinking for 40 days. What transpired was an alcohol free journey that endures to this day.
For Gayle, one of the many gifts of sobriety is a huge boost in self confidence, the feeling that she can really do things. That she can go on and achieve more than she ever dreamed possible.
When we remove alcohol from our lives, there comes a point when we are suddenly faced with a sense of overwhelm.
Gayle (Sober Bliss) looks at the signs – maybe you’re ready for a break?
It’s time to turn your back on the negative assumptions, seize your sobriety and live the life you truly deserve. Gayle writes.
If pre-conceptions could kill… Society takes a mostly dim view of addiction. Breaking free of the stigmas associated with addiction and recovery can…
If you are using willpower to moderate your drinking, then all you are really doing is fighting against your desire. Why moderation doesn’t work…
I wasted so many precious moments with my kids thanks to alcohol and they missed out on so much too because I was either too drunk or too ill to do anything with them. We meet Gayle.
Right up until the moment I quit I thought I would always be a drinker. I would never give up alcohol. Life was too short to not drink, surely. Liz writes.
Alcohol was the elephant in the room from a very young age. And when I say elephant, I actually really mean a massive, scary, aggressive tiger that roared on a daily basis.