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“After getting alcohol poisoning on my sisters birthday and having to get my stomach pumped. It was a bit of a wake-up call, you know? I used to drink every night, need to even, and I thought it was the only way I could have fun. Now, thanks to my mom and my sister, I’ve been sober one year. It sucks that I didn’t realize how much fun I could have just remembered what I did the night before. Thanks to the Sober Women of La Crosse I’m finally living my best life. I don’t need alcohol to have fun, and my sister and mom and I are closer than ever.”
“I never really hit a ‘rock bottom’ I guess. One day I woke up and there was puke in the, and I knew enough was enough. My lifestyle wasn’t helping me, and my body was so unhealthy. I was ten pounds underweight, my skin was a mess, and I hardly ever exercised. Starting yoga at the resource center not only changed entirely how I feel about my body, but I met so many women who were open to friendship. I couldn’t have gotten sober without them. Now I know everything that goes into my body, and it’s a machine. I couldn’t be happier with my health.”
“For me, I got pregnant. It’s as simple as that. Once I knew a baby was growing inside of me, I had to put the bottles down. I’m lucky to have as good a reason to quit and luckier still that I was strong enough to know what I needed to do. I never faced judgment from the Sober Women of La Crosse. From day one they welcomed me with open arms and took care of my unborn baby and me like we were their own.”
“Drinking alcohol was the normal thing to do. My mom drank, my dad drank, my friends drank. If you didn’t drink, then you were boring, and I didn’t want to be boring. Anything but that. It was hard realizing I needed help, especially alone. I lost a lot of friends who didn’t understand why I got sober, but I gained so much more. I’m healthy now, I’ve even gotten my mom to see the difference it’s made in my life. I don’t know what’s next, but I do know I’m going to be sober while doing it.”
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