Well - another week and another diagnosis from the disastrous medical system. It feels like pay-to-play, and since I've got money, they all want to have their say. 😳 I got an appointment to talk about getting back on Wellbutrin - … [Read more...] about ADHD, not Depression or AUD? Another Puzzle about Alcoholism and Mental Health
Last fall, my sobriety journey took a wild twist. I found myself shaking hands with an unexpected ally: nicotine gum. No, you didn't misread, and yes, I'm serious. I've already been "cautioned" by my online sobriety group saying I'm … [Read more...] about Can Nicotine Gum Help Me Quit Drinking Alcohol?
Up until now, my journey towards sobriety has been much like a side hustle. It was something I did when I had the spare time or when things got really bad. It was there, but it was not my priority. That, I confess, is where I faltered. … [Read more...] about Sobriety: From Side Hustle to Full-Time Commitment?
Hey there, it's Sober Tony. 🙅♂️ Today, I'm diving into a rather technical topic: medical interventions for Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD). AUD isn't just an issue for a handful of people, it affects millions across the globe. So, if you're … [Read more...] about Wrestling with the Bottle: Unmasking Medical Treatments for Alcohol Use Disorder
AA Daily Reflection: March 15 - Accepting Life on Life's Terms "When I am disturbed, it is because I find some person, place, thing, or situation- some fact of my life - unacceptable to me, and I can find no serenity until I accept that … [Read more...] about March 15 AA Daily Reflection: Accepting Life on Its Own Terms
AA Daily Reflection: March 14: Honesty "Admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs." As alcoholics, we often struggle with admitting the truth about our actions and behaviors. We may try … [Read more...] about March 14 AA Reflection: The Importance of Honesty in Sobriety