Early recovery can be the most difficult time and having support makes a huge difference. By creating a recovery circle, you can stay connected with counselors and loved ones in a way that keeps you on track without disrupting day-to-day life. Visit the link in bio to learn more about how our Share Program can help keep you focused and connected. #AccountabilityForSobriety
It’s been one hell of a journey so far in my path in recovery but I’m happy, thankful, and Blessed to say I’m 62 days sober and counting! It definitely has not been easy I have dreams about using I have thoughts about using but at the end of the day instead of smoking a blunt or doing a line etc. I have the option to drop to my knees and pray for guidance and for that I’m Blessed🙏🏼 #thatazwayyadig#sobrietylife#smilebecauseyourbeautiful#positivevibes
Take it as it comes and ride the wave of life. Some will be huge and scary, some will be small and fun to play in. You have no control over what life will throw at ya, but you will have more peace accepting it. -- PS, check out some new content on the blog: relapse prevention and emotions running wild! LINK IN BIO.
Early recovery means hella emotions that were previously numbed out for a very long time- check out my new blog post about my experience and struggle with these feelings. LINK IN BIO!!! ---- feel free to share yours and any tips for dealing with it!
My dog ignoring me.
My dog bathing in the tiny glint of sun,while ignoring me.
My dog reluctantly listening to my excuses.
My dog still listening but saying nothing as he knows where this is going.
My dog,giving me the look.So what have you learned? And for the love of God,don’t do it again.And if you do I don’t want to hear it.Whats insane owner is doing the same thing over and over expecting different results.Chill.Dont be hard on yourself.
Remember this dog loves you no matter what you do🐶💛🐶 My dog is the therapist.
I know what its like to be down and out. To feel like the struggle will never end. I still still struggle from time to time. I have my good days and bad days. I know everything isn't going to be rainbow's everyday. I face storms just like everyone else, but I never forget how far I've come or everything I've gotten through. All the times I've pushed through when I thought I couldn't. I believe in my recovery and I have faith in my higher power to guide me through. I refuse to give in. I continue to fight for what I believe in. We're all in the same game just different levels. Dealing with the same hell just different demons. I've never heard a success story without struggle. Keep pushing, keep fighting. Reach out. There is hope. You're not alone and there is someone who cares. If you don't believe me. I CARE. I might not know you but i will stand by your side an fight with you. The struggle is real but it doesn't have to be the end.
Build structure into your continuing-care program and stay connected to your clients. Our Share Program allows recovering individuals to share their sobriety with their recovery circle to stay connected and build accountability after treatment. Learn more about the benefits of our Share Program at the link in bio. #Soberlink#AccountabilityforSobriety
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My sobriety group is over 400 people strong. Makes me very proud of all the things that I am accomplishing now, as well as being able to help others. If you need help, someone to talk to, we are the group for you, I’m the person for you. I’ve nearly done it all, and I can be the light in your darkness and we can walk this path together. It’s not an easy one, but one you must walk, hell, even crawl at times, together we will make it. Look up sobriety life on facebook to join, or dm me. Hope everyone is having an amazing night. #soberissexy#linkinbio#sober#sobrietylife#selfie
I’m a cryer.
Always have been.
I used to hate crying in front of people,especially people who would say why you crying or what you crying for or laugh and say I can’t believe your crying.
I thought it was a weakness.
I’ve cried to the point of not being able to talk.
Couldn’t catch my breath.
When I tried and speak it was like a massive hiccup.
All I can do when I get like that is breath and talk when I can.
I hated it when I tried to speak but I couldn’t get my words out.
Feeling like a child.
Thankfully I don’t think this anymore.I don’t dislike that I cry,when I cry.
Tears are releasing.
It’s my way of letting stuff out.
I feel grateful and lucky that I can cry.
I accept this is who I am.
BUT after the tears..you better believe I boss up 😉
Shout out to my fellow cryers..I see you🙋🏼
The lessons of life come in mysterious ways. Be aware of what happens to you day to day. Learn from the negative, live in the present, and look forward to the future clean and sober!
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We may live in a dry home but that doesn't stop us from living a full life! Acting silly and enjoying good clean fun for a combined almost 7 years now! Proud to say it!
As we embark on a new Holiday Season, our family wishes you health happiness and good clean fun!
Thanks to all friends and family who support our decision and our journey!
To anyone who may be struggling, our door is always open and we are just a call or text away.
Kinda seems that way for me.
Don’t get me wrong I am a work in progress and always will be.
It feels good to honest about stuff I hid.
I wasn’t necessarily lying maybe with holding.
Honestly 😉 today it feels good to be alive.
Wasn’t always this way.
Honestly there have been some days when I hated myself.
hated my life.
my perception and perspective was wayyyy off.
Things are changing for me.
I can feel it.
And it all started with me being honest.
This is me.
Your struggles are difficult believe me Ik and I know what it’s like for a man to feel pain! But Taz got news for ya, BAD THINGS ARE TEMPORARY! they don’t last forever! And these struggles you have been through or are currently experiencing will only make you a stronger person in the long run💯 believe me, I came from the struggle and I came from that gutter but you are in control of your life! You can either let it control you and you can ride the wave or you can take CONTROL and fight against the current! It’s up to you so stop giving your self a pitty party and take action because you only got one life remember that! And Never forget it’s the Taz way ya dig?🤙🏼 #thatazwayyadig#positivevibes#doglife 🐾 #sobrietylife#smilebecauseyourbeautiful
Motivation is not to kick and scream and encourage..Motivation is to find a motive, a reason why....Now is the time to find that reason! Your life depends on it.
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Thank you! And have a great weekend!
Staying sober is easy. You just need to change one thing, that thing is everything!
Make small changes everyday to be a better version of yourself, over time the results of those changes will lead you to a happy sober life!
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Keep your recovery #1 and everything else a close second. As long as you stay clean and sober and have a solid connection with your higher power everything else in life will workout in your favour.
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The bravest thing you can do is continue when you want to die. I've had my fair share of moments. Not every day is miracles and rainbows. You will encounter struggles. Dig down deep and find the courage and the strength that's waiting to come out. Its going to be a war but it's totally a war you can win. Your life is counting on you.
It really is all in your head; this fear of missing out.
Seriously, it comes directly from your perception of normal and the perceived appeal of whatever you might be 'missing'.
Time to dump FoMO like the bad habit it is! For more reasons why FoMO is working against you, click the link in my bio!
Our real-time reporting gives case managers the opportunity to see BAC results at the time of testing, instead of waiting days for a lab evaluation with urine testing. Download a brochure to learn more. Link in bio. #AccountabilityForSobriety