What I learned after 3 months of sobriety

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It’s been three very long months of going sober.

When I first started giving up alcohol, I tried not to count the days. It was so hard not to. I would remember my current number of days every time I woke up. It was something that I had become obsessed with. After a while though, I stopped counting the days and just set reminders for the big milestones. 1 month, 2 months, 3 months, 6 months…

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Austin,Texas sober girl. Lover of horror movies, cats, and fitness. Occasional bad poet.

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Kelly Tompkins

Kelly Tompkins

Austin,Texas sober girl. Lover of horror movies, cats, and fitness. Occasional bad poet.

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