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Welcome to Soberish! Here you’ll find a wide range of topics, tools, and resources to help you get (and stay) sober. Whether you’re just starting out, starting over, or have been sober for awhile now, there’s something here for you.
I created this website in 2016, two months before I got sober for good. It was meant to be a creative outlet to help me get past those first few weeks.
Because I had tried (and failed) to quit drinking countless times before, I ended up naming my site Sober(ish) just in case I screwed things up.
I had no confidence in my ability to succeed at the time. BUT that all changed on December 19, 2016 when I took my last drink of alcohol.
Now I dedicate my time to providing resources and a community to people who want to get sober and change their lives.
There’s no weird gimmicks or BS on my site. If you’ve got an open mind and a desire to get better, everything here is for you.
founder of soberish
Because sobriety is about so much more than not drinking alcohol, Soberish provides you with content covering a wide range of topics from mental health to creating habits to the role of nutrition and exercise.
Your sobriety toolbox just got bigger.
Journaling is an excellent creative outlet for anyone going through a big life change like getting sober.
There’s no right or wrong way to do it.
But if you want some guidance in the form of prompts and worksheets specifically designed with sobriety in mind, these journals are for you.
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What you'll get on Soberish...
- Tips to get you through the first days and weeks of sobriety
- A supportive community of people who know exactly what you're going through
- Mental health tools and resources
- Strategies for developing healthier habits
- Motivation to keep going when you feel like giving up
What you WON'T see here...
- Advocacy FOR or AGAINST any particular recovery program. If it works for you, do it!
- Support for moderation. Sobriety means no drinking. Period.
- Miracle solutions. They don't exist. This stuff takes work.
- Judgment if you relapse. It happens to the best of us.
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