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My Kids Don’t Keep Me Sober

There’s a phrase thrown about—this idea that “my kids will keep me sober”—like my children will fill the hole I tried to fill with whiskey.

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.

One Small Shift Can Make a Big Difference

I was 37 years old when I gave birth to my youngest son. Unhappy and feeling trapped in an emotionally damaging relationship I had been in for only a year, I struggled to juggle the demands of having… Read More

The Need To Escape is Putting my Sobriety at Risk

I quit smoking and started drinking. I quit drinking and started smoking. And now I’m quitting smoking again, the drink is calling.

I Am Grateful for a Tiny Blue Line

At 36 years old, five months into a new relationship, one that was already showing some pretty big cracks, I was pregnant. I was devastated. I didn’t want another baby.