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Rachel Black
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Non-enforced sobriety
This is an interesting account of someone who did not plan to become alcohol free forever, yet found the benefits of "Dry January" so great that she chose to. A different slant on the way we choose to live. Read it here

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Guess I fell into this group too
Middle aged women drinking 3 times more alcohol than they should! http://dailym.ai/2gHpTVw

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Amazing Feedback
Almost reduced to tears of emotion/ happiness/ loving the world in a psychedelic moment when I received this message from someone who read MY book and subsequently changed their life around. Powerful stuff and grateful to play a part: Proud to say I am near...

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Soberistas Revamped
As readers of SITNB you will know I took a lot of on line support from Soberistas website in the early and not-so-early days. It's definitely worth a visit if you've never checked it out before- last week it relaunched with a totally new user friendly inter...

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Still here, wherever that is
My poor little neglected blog has been noticed by others in the time I've been largely ignoring it. (no reason other than a change of computer access at certain times of day which has upset my blogging routine). BUT Sober is the New Black has been listed as...

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Amazing Feedback
Almost reduced to tears of emotion/ happiness/ loving the world in a psychedelic moment when I received this message from someone who read MY book and subsequently changed their life around. Powerful stuff and grateful to play a part: Proud to say I am near...

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The Lone Drinker
On holiday at present and this evening we were taken out to an Italian Restaurant by another couple. I don't drink, neither does the other woman, my OH was driving and there were 2 kids. There was only one person drinking.  First 2 beers while we chatted, t...

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10 Signs which mean you really DO need to stop. Completely.
I guess we have all made some attempt(s) to give up alcohol in the past. Whether it's a day or two off, a severe hangover leading to great announcements that we will  never  drink again to several weeks or more, something always sends us back to the bottle....

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Interesting read
Hi guys, I've been surfing to find interesting angles to sobriety just to make a change and came across this moving post by a wife following the death of her alcoholic husband. http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2016/may/28/letter-alcoholic-husband-alc...
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