It seems like I just did this!!! But it's that time again!! As a reminder, roll call is the time to post your clean time no matter how long it is-1 hour to 10 years. For the newcomers here I post this monthly for everyone to brag about their clean time. We spend so much time focusing on the hard times,the negative aspects that we often forget to celebrate our successes!! And that is so important,especially during the early stages of recovery. This site has saved me in so many ways and I have forged some amazing relationships that without them I would not be able to claim over 1,000 days clean!!
If you're just starting out welcome!! You will find a ton of support here as well as information. You've made that first crucial step in admitting you are an addict and that you need help. We're here to help!! If coming back from a relapse pick yourself up and start over again!! And if you're living the clean life,well,congratulations on your dedication and will power!! So let's hear it for all that clean time out there!!! I know there's a lot of people who should be posting this month!! Congratulations to all on your clean time!! Work your recovery and stay strong!!!!
Forgot to post mine lol!! Day 1025 for me. As a sister-friend of mine here told me, USING IS NOT AN OPTION. And that's what I tell myself each morning when I look in the mirror. Went through a rough spot last month but y'all helped me through it. Thank you everyone!! Stay strong!!
If my math is correct, today would be 190 days or there abouts! It hasn't always been easy, in fact, it's rarely been easy, but I have so many people here to thank! I'm truly grateful for this site and the people who frequent it! Thanks again, Tom! At least once a month! I can count the number of days!
389 hard fought days!!! The last week has been a tough one for me. Sometimes I need to bring it down a notch and go back to the basics of one day at a time. Congrats to all the members on their sobriety!! Be proud! I am proud of all the above!! (((hugs)))~Bkitty
15 days, as scarlett said a rough 15 days but I forgot about this forum and logged on again just in time to step back and NOT go looking for something for "one last time" (been too many one last times over past 12 years)
106 days full of fun, laughter, strength, and hope- mixed with a little pain and sadness. No matter what the day brings, however, any one of these 106 days have been, and will continue to be, better than any day taking pills. Poppin a pill- Forget-aboutit!!
Of course we want to hear it!! And 15 days is a lot more than some have tonight!!! Hang on......don't cave.....I wasn't like "most" on this forum either. I didn't post how long each thing has taken me because I didn't
want to discourage anybody else. Glad you're here.......now that the trucks have run you over (your previous status remarks), you can start healing in another direction. Hang w/us~ If we can do it, so can you!!
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