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Sober Sisters

The Importance of Connection in Recovery

Intention By Striped Egg (Author’s Own Image)

Spending time with other people in recovery is a vital part of my recovery journey. I am typically not a very open person, especially when I first meet people. I can be reserved and guarded. But these people already know my darkest and best-kept secret. Not only do they know that I struggle with addiction and the myriad nuances of the daily life of an addict and…




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Sonia Kahlon

Sonia Kahlon

I create self portrait fine art photography and affirmation writings. My images and writings explore the beauty of mental health and addiction recovery

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