I’ve used all of the below 10 things at certain points when I’m sober. Though they are all things I take partake in when I’m drinking, I do them with a lot more love and meaning when I’m clearheaded and sober.
I want the people I love to do not as I would or have done, but whatever will keep them safe. --Melissa Febos, Abandon Me
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