When I first got sober I made the decision based on a severe desperation to live life on different terms than I had been.
I’ve spent the last five months of my life in a relationship with an alcoholic. It’s a horrid disease. It’s horrid to watch someone
Shame. Blech. The word alone makes me cringe. Like many of the difficult emotions, I want to escape and avoid this one—to take a
Through the Looking Glass, and down the rabbit hole. FALLING, FALLING, FALLING, spiraling out of control. Taking this and drinking that, too big now
Looking for somewhere I can apply blame, the balance lands on zero Trying to pen a tale of heartache but can’t seem to find
Heroin pulses through my scarred veins No longer does it help soothe, or cease the pain I miss the numbness and the freedom I
Good morning! My name is Lauren, and I’m a grateful, recovering alcoholic/addict. One thing I’m really good at is doing things to the extreme.
When we relapse like I just did, it’s an inner battle. You try so hard to fight through it, to keep treading above the
My downward spiral began in a place sadly familiar to many. As a child in my broken home, surrounded by alcoholism and drug abuse.
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