Susanne Johnson

Susanne Johnson

Connected and Affected

November 22, 2017 by Susanne Johnson

A good way to get connected is also to volunteer at some social facilities. Ask some sober friends if they would be interested in spending some time as a group for a project or a ministry.

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Be Somebody

October 20, 2017 by Susanne Johnson

don’t have an excuse or want an excuse why I am an alcoholic and addict. But I know one thing very clearly: While becoming addicted was not entirely within my control, it is my responsibility to do something about it.

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Summer, Sun, Fun… and Recovery

July 19, 2017 by Susanne Johnson

Now I’m in recovery from alcoholism and drug use. When I look back, all my activities in summer were paired with a high consumption of alcoholic beverages. It didn’t matter if it was the Ouzo in Greece, the Rum in Grenada, Raki in Turkey, Limoncello in Italy, wine in France… I was in the front row when alcohol was there.

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UPgrade Your Sobriety

June 21, 2017 by Susanne Johnson

Replacing one addiction with another is very common because we all want happiness in our life. Our brain is always searching for comfort. You are the one who has to determine if that way is a healthy one or not.

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Circling the Drain of Alcoholism

April 30, 2017 by Susanne Johnson

I circled the drain for a long time. I was 42 years old when I finally found my way out. It was a last-minute rescue before my health conditions got so bad that the overwhelming fear of dying put that stopper into the drain and saved me. My poor health finally gave me the motivation to enter treatment.

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