Teen Mental Health
A friend helped me to get sober and basically not die because he let me know he was there for me unconditionally. To have someone hug you and say I’m here for you, it’s going to be okay will probably stop you from killing yourself that day. At least it did for me.
The biggest thing is finding someone who I can be honest with.Learn More
I got sober when I was 19. Sobriety gave me a choice, it gave me a chance to actually live.
I’ve gone to so many music festivals in sobriety, I’ve gone out clubbing so many times, been to so many parties. There’s nowhere in this world that I feel uncomfortable going because I’m sober. That’s my choice, and I don’t have to be afraid of any situation because there’s drinking around. I can go anywhere in the world because I’m free. When I was using it was a different situation. It’s given me present moment awareness, the ability to get in touch with who I am, what I like. It allows me to know what I’m feeling and not run away from those feelings.Learn More
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