Walking the line of uncertainty
I find the more I speak with others in sobriety, the more it confirms to me that this journey is what we make of it.
When I hear it referred to as an inconvenience, burden or a curse, it reminds me that life is about perspective and we all have our own boat to row.
Our truth finds us when we’re ready, not a moment sooner.
I view my sobriety as an end to the waiting, struggling and searching for something unattainable.
Validation outside of myself.
I walked that line of uncertainty for too long.
I know now more than ever, my experience broke me down - with the sole purpose of building me back up into a better version of myself.
The pain ultimately provided me with the strength and curiosity to move past the excuses and get on with my life.
It has made me who I am today. Of that, I am certain.
What truth has sobriety taught you so far?