In order to heal and to improve ourselves it is critical to manage our thoughts. Not control; manage. Start by paying attention to your inner monologue. What kinds of things do you fill your void up with? Are these things you would enjoy hearing from loved ones? If not, you need to work on what … Continue reading Mental Hygiene: The Stop Sign
Back when I was quitting drinking (barely even out of the DTs yet), I encountered a series of enabling women who tried to drag me out to bars. What a fuckery life is! When I was drinking I couldn't get laid out of a bar if my life depended on it, but now a parade … Continue reading Party Pooper
When people talk about enjoying a nice cold beer or a glass of wine with dinner, I really have no fucking clue what the hell they're talking about. Being sober, what I really miss about alcohol is getting so shitfaced that I come to the next day wedged under my sofa with a bunch of … Continue reading A Good Year
Alcohol isn't a social lubricant; drunks just think it is. Then they give non-drinkers the conversational equivalent of a spit-lubed ass fuck.