Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

My Eating Disorder Ruined Alcohol For Me

And I can’t go back

Photo by Aleisha Kalina on Unsplash

I’ve been sober for three months now.

The thing is, I hardly realized it. Because my sobriety was not caused by alcoholism. I do not keep track of the days and work to continue on this track. In fact, my decision to stop drinking (for the most part) was unplanned and casual.

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Brooklyn Reece

Brooklyn Reece

(she/her) Writer. Teacher. Leftist. City enthusiast. Spreading love through words. Find me on IG @brooklynxreece or email me: brooklynreece.writer@gmail.com.

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