Different Strokes –

JANUARY 26, 2019 – But after years of trying to get better, the 44-year-old from Sandringham in Victoria was finally able to have his last drink on February 8, 2013. He recalled the first five days of sobriety were a life-threatening rollercoaster as he went through detox without any help, something he said was dangerous and did not recommend. “One the hardest things to come to terms with in the early days is not being able to comprehend not ever drinking again,” he said. “I stumbled here so many times because I was in so much physical and mental pain that the thought of living like this forever became worse than drinking. “I managed to move through this time, supported by the AA community and my family and before I knew it, my sober days were steadily increasing.”

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