Updated on June 5, 2019 by Sober Mommies Contributor
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Motherhood is hard, and so is struggling an addiction and finding recovery. Gabrielle found her way, because she never gave up hope.
Category: Pill Addiction, Recovery Tags: drug addiction, motherhood, opiates, Substance abuse, substance use disorder
Updated on May 13, 2019 by Sober Mommies Contributor
I have not used or had a drink since my wife and kids left. As of today, I’m 105 days clean and sober!
Category: Drug Addiction, Grief & Loss, The Stigma Tags: Alcohol, cocaine, custody, domestic violence, drug addiction, fathers in recovery, parenting with addiction, Recovery, relationship struggles, sober dads, spousal abuse, Support
Updated on April 3, 2019 by
The healthier I get, the more I can convince myself that I am of such sound mind now that I can go ahead and drink. But my husband keeps me accountable.
Category: Alcoholism, Gratitude Tags: acceptance, Addiction, Alcoholism, drug addiction, marriage in recovery, mental illness, staying sober, stigma, Substance abuse
Updated on January 10, 2019 by Sober Mommies Contributor
I am an alcoholic. I didn’t have a problem with drugs. I didn’t do them. I drank and that was enough to get me to my bottom. Until I saw a bag of pot.
Category: Alcoholism, Drug Addiction, Self-image Tags: Addiction, Alcohol, Alcohol intoxication, Alcoholism, drug addiction, staying sober, stigma, Triggers
Updated on August 20, 2018 by Sober Mommies Contributor
Subutex is a touchy subject with recovering addicts. They either think they’re better than you or you’re “not clean and sober” if you’re using a medication.
Category: Drug Addiction, Medication-Assisted Recovery, The Stigma Tags: drug addiction, Harm reduction, judgment in recovery, suboxone, subutex
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