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I had a pretty raw drinking dream last night. It had been a while since my last one. I felt such shame and guilt when I woke up, but was so grateful it was just a dream. I do not miss that dream (aka nightmare) being my reality.

One day at a time...

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Sober 25 years. Congratulations drinking dreams are a sign of healing. They remind your consciousness that your obsession may come back. By good grace u felt guilty imagine you felt great it just means you truly have the problem.

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I’m 11.5 months sober and i have those a lot. It’s hard to shake them

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