The Beauty Of Living Life Sober Is Most Of My Struggles Today Are Based Around Amazing Blessings In My Life
What an amazing transformation. Sobriety doesn’t magically fix everything, but it makes it a whole lot easier to handle. Going through struggles like career decisions, parenting struggles, and finding a purpose in life is the essence of transcending one’s past.
Pursue your passions and never stop!
What A Difference 10 Months Can Make. I Quit Drinking, Started Working Out, Got Divorced, Moved 1000 Miles By Myself, And Started A New Business
That’s really amazing! You look so much younger than 39. Congratulations on the weight loss and all of the positive changes happening in your life. That’s a tremendous amount of change over a 10-month span.
Also, it’s great to see that the tattoos are still as awesome as ever!
On The Left: 1-4 Bottles Of Wine A Week. On The Right, 9 Months Later: Lots Of Infused Water
No kidding! You look so much younger. It’s excellent you traded in the wine for the grande cappuccino from Starbucks. Everyone should do whatever they can to kick a nasty habit. It’s grateful to see someone like you feel loved and supported.
The last nine months were a journey, but you pulled through.
Read ahead to see the father who went from dad bod to losing 51 pounds.
A Little Over A Year Ago. I’d Had Most Of A Box Of Wine Earlier In The Day And Then Drank Around 12oz Of Whiskey On Stage (Stand Up Comedy) In Front Of A Crowd. Currently, Almost A Year Sober
Quitting is never easy. But, you did it! Pat yourself on the shoulder and be proud of yourself. Your talent doesn’t reside in alcohol but within you. You can be just as funny without alcohol, and you’re courageous for showing the world and owning it.
Whoever you are, I wouldn’t mind seeing your act.
The Progression Of Sobriety. 24 Hours — 1 Year. One Day At A Time
I can’t believe it’s the same guy. This brought a tear to my eye because your sadness turned into joy for the greater good. Bravo good sir, you have your life back now. It’s amazing how much a smile can change someone’s look.
It’s so simple, yet so poignant.
Quit Drinking One Year Ago This Weekend. 35 Lbs Loss
From dad bod to no dad bod. What a healthy looking dad you are. Your kids will be over the moon to see how far you’ve come.
The fact that you only lost 35 pounds shows you gained a lot of muscle since then. Quitting alcohol really goes along the way.
During a six month relapse, one lady defied the odds for one of the most beautiful stories ever.
I Took The Picture On The Left Almost 17 Months Ago, Outside An Emergency Room, At Sunrise, Something Told Me I Didn’t Want To Forget That Moment. I Forget Easily. I’m Going Public With This Now Simply Because I Need To Advocate For Recovery More
You’re very brave for posting these pictures. The transformation is truly incredible, and you look a good ten years younger. Keep up the excellent work because you’re going to motivate others.
Thank you for your advocacy, and good luck on your continued journey!
Left Is Me In The ICU From An Overdose. Decided I Was Sick And Tired Of Being Sick And Tired And Am 6 Months Clean And Sober Today
What a happy smile! You’re such a lovely woman. It’s good to see life reinvested in you because of the good decisions you’ve made. Thanks to your strength and the resilience of your goals, you have so much life ahead of you.
Take baby steps and don’t rush into anything.
On The Left – 2009 During A 6 Month Relapse After I Left My Daughter’s Dad And Tried To Convince Myself That Without Him, I Didn’t Have An Addiction
A beautiful story right here! Such hard work came with a beautiful result. Keep it going! And that arm sleeve is gorgeous. I’m so happy for you that I fell in love with the story.
Sometimes, you have to hit rock bottom to climb up and make a good bounce back.
Losing over 100 pounds in an 18-month span was an incredible task that you need to read ahead to see the results.