It can be tough to stay sober during summertime. The parties are in full swing, the sun is shining, and it feels like everyone is drinking. But even more challenging?
Staying sober during wintertime. The holidays bring pressure to drink, the cold weather makes it harder to get out, and for some people, being around family can be difficult.
If you’re struggling to stay sober this winter, don’t worry – you’re not alone. Here are four tips that can help you make it through the season.
Daily Reflections July 18
During this process of learning more about humility, the most profound result of all was the change in our attitude toward God.TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 75
Today my prayers are more than just words, they’re a way for me to thank God and ask Him for help.
I realize that if it weren’t for His grace or abundance then none of this would have been possible in the first place so every day is an opportunity through which I can show gratitude – as long as there’s humility too!
I am grateful for today’s sobriety and the abundance of God, but now my gratitude is linked to humility.
Humility has taught me that as long as I continue to be humble, God will provide for me.