I think that a lot of AA members these days understand that there is more than one way to achieve sobriety, but whenever I meet an old-timer that attended AA and I tell them I got sober without AA, they always say “Good luck! We’ll see you in AA!” Which is degrading and ruins the AA name.
Watching ASMR is easy, let’s be real. This is not me knocking things that are easy! I love things that are easy, and I do not think it’s wrong to make decisions based on what is easy…at least sometimes. But when it comes to ASMR? Yes! It’s the easy route and I encourage you to take it.
Yesterday I spoke about confidence and how I make an effort to recommend asmrtists that I deem confident. Or at least, I tried to phrase it that way haha. Today we have a rising star in our midst. When I first started following Starling four or five months ago, she had only 2000 subscribers. Today she has 46.4k subscribers.
If you want to use ASMR to help gain sobriety from any drug or substances plague your life, the first thing you gotta know is: sobriety happens slowly, and then all at once.