Updated on February 21, 2020 by Sober Mommies Contributor
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If you are reading this, and are still in the grips of active addiction, please know that you are not alone.
Category: Alcoholism, Early Recovery, Loneliness, Mom Guilt Tags: Alcoholism, sisterhood, Support
Updated on December 31, 2019 by Sober Mommies Contributor
My daughter was quarantined at birth. Then my husband had a stroke. It felt like the world was ending and I really wanted to use.
Category: Grief & Loss, Mom Guilt, Self-image Tags: Addiction, hope, life on life's terms, motherhood, prayer, Recovery, shit happens, struggle in sobriety, Support
Have you ever had that moment when you just had an instant connection to someone? I have. I had that moment today.
Category: Early Recovery, Feelings Tags: Addiction, Alcohol, hope, Recovery, Sobriety, staying sober, stigma, Substance abuse, Support
Updated on October 24, 2019 by Lela
Recovery is taboo – meant to stay under wraps. Going public with your sobriety can be scary, especially for women and moms.
Category: Alcoholism, Motherhood, Recovery, The Stigma Tags: Alcoholism, hope, Sobriety, staying sober, stigma, Support
Updated on October 15, 2019 by Amanda Mills
I don’t need to attend AA meetings to stay sober. As a member of Sober Mommies, I have a large group of women who support me.
Category: Non 12 Step Recovery Tags: alcoholics anonymous, friends, narcotics anonymous, Support, supporting women, women helping women, women supporting women
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