Day 27 Forum – FAQ

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    Today is Day 27 for me though I had a few slip ups along the way. The slip ups served to make me more determined and self loving so I don’t see them as failures in any way. Realizing the duality within me of wanting things both ways:sober, and drinking was very powerful! The mediation of joining the positive traits of the “drinking” me into the current, sober me was incredibly emotional for me. I really felt for the me that though I needed to drink in order to feel my feelings because I couldn’t do that in my marriage. That was a profoundly life changing experience for me. Thank you, Dave. All the very best to you all!

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    I think I read somewhere that the best thing to do is if you slip up or get behind is to start where you left off. Also maybe you could change your commitment to the 60 or 90 day sobriety plan. Maybe it would be easier to keep up and you wouldn’t feel so frustrated and overwhelmed I think I saw that somewhere earlier too. It is easy to get behind especially when so much is going on and it sounds like you are doing great with no drinking just need that support and reinforcement from the program!

    Hang in there!

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    I have had the thought that you can only relapse (slip up, regress, whatever…….) if you are getting better (at whatever it is….) in the first place. Then, like mindfulness meditation, you gently (with yourself) return your attention to your original intention.

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      This is awesome! Thanks, I needed your insight today.

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