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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.
Overcoming alcoholism and addiction without a 12-step program is a very achievable goal, and if you had already created that goal before finding this article; Congratulations on making progress in your recovery! By reading this blog you are taking steps to better yourself, but it’s going to be a long process.
Quitting Drinking without AA is not an impossible task, and actually, I like to think it’s easier today than ever before! Over the next few days, I am going to talk about my experience quitting drinking, and I am going to talk about how I used this thing called ASMR to help me quit
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.