3 Years

I’m so glad I quit.

To be without articulate (see: verbose) reflection is atypical for me, but all I really have to say today, three years on, is that quitting drinking was the single best decision I made for myself.

I have a life again. I am a human again. I am a man.

I get to define all these parameters for myself.

I can do figuratively whatever I want.

I have accomplished much.

I will accomplish more.

I’m so glad I quit.

I embrace clean coping.

I’m shouldering my share.

I can be a solution, rather than a problem.

I’m ready to offer, to create, to build it better.

I’m sober, and therefore more empowered than ever.

Thank you to all I’ve encountered along the way. This journey is mine and has been for my benefit, but to be clear: it’s only possible by way of all the support and encouragement I’ve been blessed with.

I’m so glad I quit.







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