Regrets, Amends, and Healing

How to move on from the shame of your alcoholic past

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When I was drinking, the mornings and nights felt the same, an endless cycle of the hazy followed by the all too real. I would wake up hungover, and by the evening, I would be drinking again and often blackout. But although the days seemed the same in character, they were not the same in detail. I was doing and saying things to…

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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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