Early recovery is very overwhelming. Essentially, we are asked to change everything. What I've learned after a few 24 is that I really only need to change one thing, the way I think because my problems are centered in my mind. I have a perception/perspective defect. Being open-minded is essential to my recovery because the result is that everything does change. If you're new, don't use the magnitude of the task as justification to drink. Talk to others in recovery about how they started to think differently and you'll be amazed how everything seems to follow.
First win since 2016! Thought it should be acknowledged. The game got really exciting when Mayfield got in. Anyone else watch hard knocks? Good season with the Browns this year and Baker looks like a star.
I wanted to thank everyone who gave me advice on my loud and not sober neighbor. I finally reported her today. I feel liberated and taking a piece of my sanity and mental health back. I feel bad a little because I know that my s.o and I were in the same situation as her a few years ago. However, not screaming and triggering neighbors. I hope now this brings more peace to our living space. I know...