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A THOUSAND SPLENDID SOBER SUNS. (1/4)

And so it transpired that November 7th 2018 was my one thousandth day sober. It’s something I’ve wanted to write about for some time, but…

A THOUSAND SPLENDID SOBER SUNS. (2/4)

Part Two: Family is nothing and yet family is everything? Within only a few weeks of me quitting the booze my Mum was hospitalised. That…

A THOUSAND SPLENDID SOBER SUNS. (3/4)

Part Three: Hitting 50 and still partying like it’s 1999 I was knocking on 50 by the time I was dragged into this period of…

A THOUSAND SPLENDID SOBER SUNS. (4/4)

Part Four: Breadline to finish line? As if my thousand splendid, sober suns hadn’t given me enough to work with (they say what doesn’t kill…

MAKING SPACE FOR SOBER.

Since setting up WeAreInGoodCo., founders Lucy & Sara have met many people who are grateful for what they do, and have found that it really makes people question their relationship with alcohol. Brogan spills the beans.

MY BEAUTIFUL JOURNEY. BY SARAH.

Struggling with mental health and addiction is not a choice, but recovery is. Sarah talks about her recovery from an eating disorder, alongside addiction and a bi-polar diagnosis.

MY FIRST SUMMER IN RECOVERY.

Emotions have always been scary for me – good or bad. I didn’t know how to properly deal with them, and would turn to my eating disorder and addictions. Sarah tells us the 8 thing she learned during her first summer in recovery.

IF YOU LISTEN, YOU LEARN.

In this candid look at her years of addiction, and the struggle to change Emma delves into the darkest days of her past, and demonstrates her passionate desire to change. She talks about her higher power, her self-imposed strategy to succeed and the value of her growing “recovery family” online.

WHAT KIND OF PERSON WILL I BE?

It’s okay to feel like you’ve been broken down to be rebuilt – because you have. It’s hard, but it’s necessary and SO worth it! We talk to Blythe about the fear of getting sober.

WE ARE ALL FEARLESS.

Coming to terms with loss is one very big thing. Facing up to impending loss is another. For Melyssa, it was the realisation that failure to change her lifestyle would mean losing the love of her life that was the final straw.

LET’S TALK ABOUT MEN. BY STEPHEN.

“Alcohol ruined me and killed my potential, but I came back.” Stephen looks at the impact giving up alcohol had in his life, and how most men are still so reluctant to confront the facts about their drinking.

DO IT CLEAN. BY SIMON MASON

The drugs don’t work. Simon Mason draws upon his unique experiences and delves into the realm of the sober rock legend and reflects on his recovery from the whirlwind addiction of his younger days.