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Harry Speaking
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Harder worker, hard partier - its all very well until one day you wake up and it isn't. This blog stems from that moment.
Harder worker, hard partier - its all very well until one day you wake up and it isn't. This blog stems from that moment.

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"You finished work, went to the gym, ate a baked potato on your bed, and went to sleep without showering. You did, however, not drink."

New blog post here! Let me know any thoughts :D

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Drinking dreams are terrifying, but important to discuss.

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Firstly 'proper' blog post in 11 months finds me 475 days sober, and having found some direction... Merry Christmas Everyone.

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Perceptions of Addition, and looking at Louis Theroux's documentary Drinking to Oblivion

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"Frying pans and fires – it is a game of extremes – is anything sounding familiar yet?"

New #blog  post centring on the idea of the 'dry drunk.'

Would love to hear any thoughts!

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Sober raving with the team at Morning Gloryville in West London yesterday. What a way to kick off a weekend!
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Blog post about about 'Rough As' - a meet-up I help run every month for young people wanting to discuss their relationships with alcohol. Plenty of coffee and cake available, along with pens to draw on walls! Please have a read, and feel free to contact me if you would like more details. Thanks!

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Many thanks to my friend Gabs for sharing part of her story with alcoholism on my blog today - check out the new post here, and hope you all have a fantastic Friday!

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If you haven't checked in with Wendy's blog on her life and sobriety before, this is something you should be looking at in 2016. Honest, uplifting, sometimes brutal about the way it is in recovery, but I rarely finish reading a post without a smile.

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Weight loss, healthier bank balance, and increased sociability?! What taking a month off drinking for Dry January could help you achieve - you don't have to be a 'problem drinker' for this to be relevant to you, so please check out my thoughts and share with anyone who may be interested!

Happy new year to you all! Bring on 2k16!
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