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I recently celebrated my 2nd sober year ( X 2 1st years) 

 

I have now had 2 sober Xmas and 1 hungover Xmas in last 3 years.

 

The 2 sober Xmas are 100 times better than the drunk ones.

 

If anyone reading this is struggling and wants to start off 2020 with a life of more fun and less problems, my PMs are always open!

 

Su Su & Merry Christmas!

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I seem to suffer from Boxing Day hangovers!

 

And then my birthday on 28th, here we go again.

 

Then New Year seems to creep up.

 

I am REALLY going to try to have a sober New Year. But on the other hand if Liverpool and Leicester lose all their games and Man City win, my resolution is up the creek.

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Im truly going for it in the new year. im just tired of feeling old and on the verge of a heart attack. im thinking of taking up meditation or some such activity.

 

A big problem is my wife's insistence that she will carry on partying so it could mean living seperate lives.

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6 minutes ago, nikmar said:

Im truly going for it in the new year. im just tired of feeling old and on the verge of a heart attack. im thinking of taking up meditation or some such activity.

 

A big problem is my wife's insistence that she will carry on partying so it could mean living seperate lives.

Is meditation not INACTIVITY.

 

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On 12/27/2019 at 6:32 AM, cyril sneer said:

comments like these put people off stopping drink

Just take what works and leave the rest behind.

 

I am quite astounded that this post attracted more trolls than those worried about their drinking. 

 

Su Su!

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All the best for 2020 everyone!

 

Remember, things can change. If you are struggling help is out there.

 

And just for the <deleted>in record.... It does not have to be AA, there are other support groups out there... HAMS, SMART Recovery, OYNB, Club Soda, just to name a few. Or reach out to me and others on here.

Joining a crossfit gym / HIIT training gym has also helped my mental state massively and is another great opportunity to change the friends in your sandpit to ones of a more healthier mindset.

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