Soberocity Group

The Soberocity group was originally hosted natively on the Soberocity site. For four years, our members were able to login and share pictures and content with one another on the Soberocity Wall. The Wall has since been retired in favor of expanding our Facebook Group. The Soberocity Facebook Group was created on March 8th, 2021 in an effort to bring our community together like never before. The group also marked the launch of the virtual panels Soberocity hosts every month with sober thought leaders, influencers, social workers, therapists, and sober companions.

Our Soberocity Facebook Group is for anyone with an interest in retaining or gaining sobriety worldwide, including:

  • People who are sober curious
  • Anyone who is new to recovery
  • Anyone who has been in recovery for a long time
  • Sober companions, sponsors, and counselors looking to learn more about the sober community
  • Anyone looking to be surrounded by the sober community and be uplifted by it

To join our group and to comment/ contribute. Simply click on the “view on Facebook” button or click here. You will be prompted to sign into Facebook in order to join the group.

Soberocity Group

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Happy “National Sober Day” I reflect on all the damage but keep in mind all the progress. I have my kids single daddy, I have my family and I have great people in my life. I’m up at 5am this morning and that doesn’t mean I’ve been up anymore. I slept and woke up at 5 not hungover not in guilt or remorse or regret. Feels great. Love you all. Follow me herewww.instagram.com/realtalk_with_jonborello/#sobriety #sober #recovery #soberlife #addiction #soberliving #soberaf #mentalhealth #recoveryispossible #addictionrecovery #sobrietyrocks #aa #soberissexy #alcoholfree #alcoholicsanonymous #wedorecover #sobermovement #cleanandsober #onedayatatime #steps #sobercurious #odaat #love #alcoholism #soberlifestyle #narcoticsanonymous #selfcare #sober-nation #selflove #bhfyp ... See MoreSee Less

Happy “National Sober Day” I reflect on all the damage but keep in mind all the progress. I have my kids single daddy, I have my family and I have great people in my life. I’m up at 5am this morning and that doesn’t mean I’ve been up anymore. I slept and woke up at 5 not hungover not in guilt or remorse or regret. Feels great. Love you all. 
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#sobriety #sober #recovery #soberlife #addiction #soberliving #soberaf #mentalhealth #recoveryispossible #addictionrecovery #sobrietyrocks #aa #soberissexy #alcoholfree #alcoholicsanonymous #wedorecover #sobermovement #cleanandsober #onedayatatime #steps #sobercurious #odaat #love #alcoholism #soberlifestyle #narcoticsanonymous #selfcare #sober-nation #selflove #bhfyp
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"Is Life Better Being Sober?" The easy answer to that question is "Yes it is." However for many people who have recently stopped drinking or using drugs, it may not feel that way. Many people who have recently detoxed awaken to a life full of problems caused by their drinking or drug use. The family is mad at you and don't believe that you want to stay sober. You may have lost your job. You may have legal problems and a court date coming. Your doctor told you that you have the beginning of cirrhosis of the liver. You're getting calls from creditors and you owe a lot of money. You have resentments, a lot of resentments. In short your life is a shitstorm and you're not wearing a poncho, which was the alcohol or other drugs. People are telling you "A day at a time" and you're having trouble making it an hour at a time. It feels like whatever you do you're still hurting inside. I think this is a time when you can hurt to get better or hurt to get worse by drinking or using again. Drinking or using may be able to make it go away for a short time but it comes back to hit you in the end. I believe that this is a time to give it all to your Higher Power especially the hurt and/or anger that you feel. I also believe it's very important to be around recovering people who have gone through what you are going through. You may get good information on how to resolve your problems along with the help and support to keep sober. Having sober support whether it be a group or a sponsor or a therapist can be like an umbrella in the shitstorm. The only thing more amazing than the situations we get ourselves into are the situations we get ourselves out of. As we grow in sobriety we can go through many storms in life with the strength and knowledge to deal with them. Getting through that early very rough period in sobriety can build a foundation for a life beyond your wildest dreams. ... See MoreSee Less

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