Got this comment from our brother In The Same Boat and i thought it would be better served here on the Front Page rather than buried at the bottom of a post somewhere…
Today I hit a new milestone. As I was walking back from the cafe, where I spent the evening reading after a long work day, it occurred to me that I had not once thought about alcohol since getting up this morning. No regrets of my past drinking. No weird cravings. No gratitude that I quit drinking. Just a busy fulfilled day. I don’t think that has happened in a long time.
Of course, thinking that thought blew the streak but it is only an hour before midnight. I’m wondering if I will see the time when having thoughts about alcohol is unusual, and I can just go about my life. And if so does that put me in danger of a relapse?
Posted on February 17, 2012, in Alcoholism, Guest Post, Lessons in Recovery, Uncategorized and tagged AA fellowship, alcohol, Alcohol Recovery, alcoholic, Alcoholics Anonymous, alcoholism, In The Same Boat, Instincts, Recovery, recovery friendship, What i learned in AA. Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.