While alcohol is a big part of maybe people’s lives, some people have to make the hard decision to quit booze forever. It’s true that everything is good in moderation, but, for many people, moderation just doesn’t exist.
Therefore, we know it takes strength and courage to quit drinking and face recovery head-on. Not only does alcoholism and addiction destroy many people’s lives, it also destroys their body. Most alcoholic beverages contain sugars and calories that pack on the pounds. Additionally, too much booze can destroy a person’s liver/body altogether. Big ups to these people who had the heart to say goodbye to the bottle–their transformations are truly inspiring.
7 Months Sober
For anyone in a similar position just please reach out for help. It is available in some form and don’t feel ashamed.
6 Months Sober
“I would like to give a shout out to FAVOR which has provided me with invaluable guidance on my journey. FAVOR is a national movement that supports multiple pathways to recovery.”
4 Years Sober
Def a good decision!
15 Months Sober
don’t forget when people stop drinking they also change their lifestyle.
4 Months Sober
It’s a major adjustment after drinking heavily for 22 years.
1.5 Years Sober
And 100 lbs. less.
2.5 Years Sober
cheeky and fit now
2 Years Sober
I am incredibly grateful to have picked up my two year chip today. My life is 180 degrees from where it was just two years ago. I am thankful for sobriety and thankful to have a second chance at life.
8 Months Sober
January 6, 2016 I put down the vodka bottle and January 11 I checked myself into rehab. 8 1/2 months sober now and 35 pounds lighter. I feel like myself again.
2.5 Years Sober