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UnPickled Readers’ Survey

It’s official. After 23 consecutive days of posting, I am sick of my own words. So I shall turn it over to you, friendly readers.

Please enjoy some quiet moments of reflection as you take this completely anonymous survey. I will compile the results and share them in the days to come:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VZB6XHT

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About UnPickled

I am learning to walk without the crutch of alcohol. As I begin I am 1 day sober. Gulp. I drank in private and hope to quit just as privately. The purpose of this blog is to help make me accountable - just by following you will give me enormous support and encouragement.

Posted on November 23, 2014, in Getting Sober and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. I am enjoying your blog, such a succinct and thoughtful writer. I have had no alcohol for 3 days and plan to get on with this. I couldnt stand myself, the bad decisions, feeling like crap, more bad decisions, depression. Thankful for your blog.

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  2. Absolutely love what you write… Helped me no end and so interesting! 10 days only in recovery but you remind me of me.

    Thank you for writing great honest stuff

    Sarah Cobner x

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    • Thank you for stopping by and a HUGE “wahoooooo!” for your 10+ days. The first few weeks are the hardest, scariest part so keep going and don’t look back. You are doing a wonderful thing for yourself. Life with this freedom from alcohol’s hold is a beautiful thing!

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  3. OK, I did it! It was fun!
    I love your words!

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  4. Love it

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  5. One week today! Your words have helped me get sober! I love your words! I took the survey!

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  6. All right. All done. Read you later.

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  7. Did it. Anxious to hear the results. ☺

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