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Tag: pregnancy in sobriety

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.

I Am Scared and Need Support

Sober Mommies I Am Scared and Need Support #addiction #recovery #motherhood

At 38.5 weeks pregnant, the delivery of my second child was quick and easy, but after she was born the mood in the room changed.

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

Is My Daughter Destined for Alcoholism?

I sat there, a little over two years sober, wondering if my daughter was doomed to end up like me—an alcoholic. My father is an alcoholic. So was his mother. My husband is also an alcoholic.

Stop the Judgement: Laughter Doesn’t Make it Funny

Our 12-step group gives out tags for clean time; to recognize and congratulate certain lengths. This is supposed to be a joyous occasion. For a while now, when the nine-month tag is announced, some can be heard yelling out, “pregnant with recovery, not by someone in recovery.”