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Top 25 Proud Of Your Sobriety Quotes

Proud Of Your Sobriety Quotes

This post contains some of the best proud of your sobriety quotes.

Proud Of Your Sobriety Quotes

1. “Drunkards have a problem, not with sobriety, but with reality.” ― Mokokoma Mokhonoana

2. “Emotional sobriety also means that we have learned how to tolerate our intense emotions without acting out in dysfunctional ways, clamping down and foreclosing on our feeling world, or self-medicating.” – Tian Dayton

3. “I personally believe this: We have only today; yesterday’s gone and tomorrow is uncertain. That’s why they call it the present. And sobriety really is a gift… for those who are willing to receive it.” ― Ace Frehley

4. “I was glad to be sober, but after ninety days, people weren’t patting me on the back anymore, sayin’, ‘Good job on the sobriety! Go get ’em!’” ― Chris Farley

5. “I’ve been sober now for a couple of years and I’m taking my sobriety very seriously – one day at a time and I am moving forward in my career.” ― Daniel Baldwin

6. “In my life, I find that in sobriety, I feel much more. And I have much more depth.” ― Jeffrey Tambor

7. “In the end, addiction recovery all comes down to what the person does. Sobriety is a product of one’s behavior. “ – Nick Turner

“Make sobriety a habit, and intemperance will be hateful; make prudence a habit, and reckless profligacy will be as contrary to the nature of the child, grown or adult, as the most atrocious crimes, are to any of us.” ― Henry Brougham

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8. “My goal is to make something special and pure, and that keeps me going, keeps me busy on the path of sobriety.” ― Ariel Pink

9. “One thing I learned in sobriety is to stop being judgmental, to always be discerning. When I drive, that will be my bumper sticker.” ― Kevin Sessums

10. “Part of emotional sobriety lies in learning how to live with and manage a certain amount of stress, ambivalence, fear, anxiety, and disappointment, and how to temper those emotions and feelings with love, acceptance, productivity, and community.” – Tian Dayton

11. “Sobriety and health is the greatest thing.” ― Jeff Bridges

12. “Sobriety is concern for one’s health – or limited capacity.” ― Francois de La Rochefoucauld

13. “Sobriety is wealth.” ― Petra Hermans

14. “Somebody once asked me how I define sobriety, and my response was ‘liberation from dependence’.” — Leslie Jamison

15. “The ability to self-regulate, to bring ourselves into balance, is key to emotional sobriety.” – Tian Dayton

16. “The initial journey towards sobriety is a delicate balance between insight into one’s desire for escape and abstinence from one’s addiction.” ― Debra L. Kaplan

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17. “The road to sobriety is not easy and rehabilitation and the recovery process are not to be taken lightly.” — Drew Pinsky

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18. “The thing is, if I don’t have sobriety, I don’t have anything.” ― Matthew Perry

19. “There are women succeeding beyond their wildest dreams because of their sobriety.” ― Mary Karr

20. “We’re all looking at the people around us, the people who have gone before us who have succeeded in recovery and have long-term sobriety and they are an illustration for us of how good it can be.” — Scott Stevens

21. “Your addiction is not your identity, but you won’t know that until you’re in recovery; that’s when the two separate.” ― Toni Sorenson

22. “Rock bottom became the solid foundation on which I rebuilt my life.” – JK Rowlings

23. “Sobriety was the best gift I ever gave myself.” – Rob Lowe

24. “My recovery must come first so that everything I love in life does not have to come last.” – Unknown

25. “I chose sober because I wanted a better life. I stay sober because I got one.” – Unknown

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