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Sober Mommies: I Used To Self Harm

I Used To Self-Harm

I was seventeen when I found alcohol and began to self-harm. It wasn’t drastic, but the relief I found was a catalyst for the next six years.

I’m Not Ashamed to Be Mentally Ill

Kudos to me for no longer self-medicating and getting help, but nobody really needs to hear the details of my mental illness, right? Recovery is supposed to be a happy place.

Sober Mommies Stories: #WhyIDidntReport

As women who may be struggling with recovery, it’s important that we connect on these issues, and reassure each other that we’re not alone.

Dear 19-Year-Old Me: It’s Going to Work Out

Dear 19-year-old me, I know that you are in an impossible situation. But I want you to know that it’s going to work out.

Finding Sexual Freedom in Sobriety

Finding that I had the freedom to choose whether or not to have sex was a revalation to me after I got sober. I’d never felt like I had the choice before.