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Food: The Never Ending Struggle

October 21, 2019 |

It’s 4:26am, and my coffee tastes delicious. I’m not stoked about being awake this early, but if I must be, at least I can enjoy some good coffee. We are creatures of habit. My mornings look almost identical most days – the only difference, lately, is the time they start. Waking up at 3am and…

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My sobriety date is May 6, 2015, and I write to share my experience, strength, and hope in recovery. It's been a wild ride. Writing is an integral part of my recovery, and this is not a "how to" website. This is more like a window into what recovery looks and feels like for somebody like me. We can and do recover.

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