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The Daily Check-In for Friday, November 13th: Just for today, I am NOT drinking!
**Welcome to the 24 hour pledge!**
I'm pledging myself to not drinking today, and invite you to do the same.
Maybe you're new to /stopdrinking and have a hard time deciding what to do next. Maybe you're like me and feel you need a daily commitment or maybe you've been sober for a long time and want to inspire others.
It doesn't matter if you're still hung over from a three day bender or been sober for years, if you just woke up or have already completed a sober day. For the next 24 hours, lets not drink alcohol!
**This pledge is a statement of intent.** Today we don't set out *trying* not to drink, we make a conscious decision *not to drink*. It sounds simple, but all of us know it can be hard and sometimes impossible. The group can support and inspire us, yet only one person can decide if we drink today. Give that person the right mindset!
What happens if we can't keep to our pledge? We give up or try again. And since we're here in /stopdrinking, we're not ready to give up.
**What this is:** A simple thread where we commit to not drinking alcohol for the next 24 hours, posting to show others that they're not alone and making a pledge to ourselves. Anybody can join and participate at any time, you do not have to be a regular at /stopdrinking or have followed the pledges from the beginning.
**What this isn't:** A good place for a detailed introduction of yourself, directly seek advice or share lengthy stories. You'll get a more personal response in your own thread.
This post goes up at:
- US - Night/Early Morning
- Europe - Morning
- Asia and Australia - Evening/Night
A link to the current Daily Check-In post can always be found near the top of the sidebar.
Happy Friday, folks!
Surprise! It's me Trumie again, and I'll be your host for the next two days. It's always a pleasure and an honor to host, so I hope you all don't mind a little unexpected switcheroo. (Homer is fine, by the way, he just has a busy weekend and asked if I'd take over.)
Today, let's talk about surprises and the unexpected. Both good and bad. I first managed to start stacking days earlier this year starting in February. When I finished my first week I was amazed. After trying so hard for so long, I finally did it. I surprised myself each time I hit a milestone, double digits, two weeks, three weeks, a month - WOW! a month?!? - and then on my 40th day came a huge surprise. Covid. The whole world around me shut down, I lost my job and plans for the coming months that my newly sober, post-breakup self was looking forward to like lights at the end of a tunnel were cancelled. The anxiety that I felt was screaming inside me, and I could not bear it. More accurately, I did not want to bear it. So I told myself that I had done 40 days, I could drink "just this once" and get right back to sobriety. Easy peasy, right?
Now the next part will come as no surprise to many of you, but it came as a big surprise to me at the time. In fact it's not an overstatement to say it absolutely shocked me. It wasn't easy peasy, and it wasn't just that once. I drank that night and woke up in the morning with the same unbearable anxiety and a hangover, so I drank again that afternoon. And before I knew it I was right back where I had been and completely taken off-guard by how fast it happened, and terrified that I would not be able to get back to feeling good like I had been when I was sober. When I had started out in February, I had things to look forward to that motivated me, but now? How was I going to do it again with such a bleak outlook for the coming months? And the alcohol in my brain was telling me that I'd never feel happiness again, even if I did stop drinking. But after 10 days, I did it. I had another day one. And I was surprised again to find that within a few days I was feeling calm and optimistic and even happy again. Almost three months later I had another relapse that lasted just about as long as the previous one, although I would say it was worse, and harder to overcome.
And this leads me to one of the most wonderful and amazing surprises of my life. And that is the love and support of this community. I had no idea, not an inkling, of the love and camaraderie that I would find here, and that it would be one of the greatest gifts of my entire life (so far). Both times when I relapsed, I was almost paralyzed with fear at the thought of coming on here and resetting my badge and having to tell everyone that after all my empowered, uplifting talk, over-the-moon enthusiasm for sobriety, and absolute assuredness that I would never drink again, that I had in fact not only drank, but gone on a bender. Everyone would be so disappointed in me. This fear was especially strong the second time when I had gotten to know quite a few regulars, and I had even hosted the DCI. How does someone with almost 90 days, who has hosted the DCI end up drinking again? Well, surprise, folks! It happens, and it's happened to better people than myself with more time under their belts. But when I came back I was met with nothing but love, compassion, understanding, support, encouragement and warmth. Hands down, one of the most precious gifts, and I never saw it coming, or even dared to dream of it. I tear up every single time I think about it, and I probably always will.
In the months since my last relapse I have faced more surprises and challenges, but they don't derail me like they did. I have been pleasantly surprised by my own ability to cope with things in ways that I never would have when I was drinking. I often have that feeling that I had as a kid the day my dad took the training wheels off my bike, and in spite of my fear that I would crash, and couldn't ride without them, at some point my dad let go of the back of the bike, and lo and behold, I was doing it! I can hardly believe it sometimes, but I'm doing it!
This life is just full of surprises. They come in all shapes, sizes and forms. Some are wonderful and some are tragic, some are big, some are small. I've been surprised by conflicts with loved ones, surprised by good news and bad, surprised by how many gifts sobriety truly has to offer, surprised by what my emotions feel like when I really feel them, surprised to find that some things that would have terribly upset me before barely phase me, and vice versa. But most of all I've been surprised to find that I can cope with all the surprises that come my way without needing a drink.
What about you? What surprises have you faced on this journey? Were they good? Were they bad? How did you handle them? Have you surprised yourself?
Thank you for having me as your surprise host. If any of you has over 30 days and would like to host, please let u/SaintHomer know.
I love you all, and I will not drink with you today!
EDIT: Oooh! It was just brought to my attention that it's Friday the13th! That's good luck, right? ;-)