Exploring Sobriety
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Exploring Sobriety

The Downsides of Writing About Your Sobriety

Writing can be a great tool for maintaining sobriety, but it isn’t risk-free.

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I started writing about my sobriety two years after I quit drinking, and I immediately realized what a great habit it would be for me. By writing about my experiences, I clarified my thoughts, reaffirmed my commitment to sobriety, and could help others who are…

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Reflections on life without alcohol.

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Benya Clark

Benya Clark

I’m a lawyer and teacher from North Carolina. I write about sobriety, mental health, running, and more. Buy me a “coffee” at ko-fi.com/benyaclark.

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