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      Putting Recovery On The Map

      Name: Michael-Munson

      Age: 54

      Sober Since: 11 / 10 / 2004

      Sober For: 17 Years & 26 Days

      What it was like?

      It was my second time around. I first got sober at 22 after starting drugs and alcohol when I was around 12 years old. I stayed sober for eight years and then went back out for another 10. I’ve now been sober for nearly 16 years. Life is so much better and richer when sober.

      What happened?

      I was hiding alcohol around the house. One day during the day I came home from work and polished off nearly a complete bottle of scotch. My wife and I used to keep it in a really nice decanter. She surprised me one Tuesday when she came home after a very stressful day and went to pour her self a drink. My wife only drank on the weekends. Earlier in the day I had filled the bottle with tea which looked to be the same color. I was going to replace the bottle the next day. When she poured her self a drink I nearly shit myself. When she took a sip and realized it was not alcohol she started to cry. I realize it was time to stop drinking and quite frankly I was ready. But it definitely damaged our marriage.

      What it is like now?

      Sobriety is a big part of my life. I work in the health and fitness industry and I see so much addiction and I’m grateful to be sober.

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