I will leave a light on for my Brothers

Today I celebrate 3.5 years of sobriety from alcohol and narcotics. The road from rock bottom to recovery has been long and painful. I believe that one day at a time is the only way to remain sober. I can speak from firsthand experience that after 32 years of abusing alcohol and various drugs, there is a path through the pain and a ray of light and hope on the other side of addiction. Sobriety provides the freedom to pursue the life you’ve likely been running from and the opportunity to create a brand new and improved life you can be proud of. My light will always be on for anyone who needs my help because I’ve been there too. Join the Humble Man Men’s group if you are seeking a community. 🙏

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