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The Problem That Comes After Your Drinking Problem

It was only after I walked away from alcohol that people thought I needed help

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I finally stopped using the addictive, carcinogenic drug ethanol, known by its street name alcohol, three months ago (May 2018).

I’m not counting the days anymore. Not really. Because that would be the same as counting the…

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Sara Nash, PhD, LMHC

Sara Nash, PhD, LMHC

Sara Nash is a mom, therapist, painter, and writer who has been happily sober since May 2018. Find her at thecounselorasaperson.com and saranash.com.

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