Sober Grace and Integrity.

Sabrina Vallis
2 min readFeb 18, 2024

Treating yourself well is the key to sobriety.

Photo by Tim Marshall on Unsplash Grace lifts you up.

Sobriety after years of drinking is humbling.

Yes, truly and invokes spirit of gratitude.

There is no greater gift than waking with a clear head and clean conscience. Without worrying about what you may have said or done the night before.

Imagine that!

There is an elegance to quiet sobriety that does not shout itself from the rooftops. It just is and sees no need to proclaim itself as anything other than being completely normal to be relaxed and in control of one’s life, thoughts, and actions.

And how does one achieve that, if one is a drinker: intention and prayer. Ask and you shall receive.

I did. Intention is more powerful than we think. And being sober creates its own momentum of joy.

Be as the bamboo, strong in the river, long to grow, and bend with the wind. The supplest roots go the deepest and they are the most graceful.

Perhaps if you have not already, you might like to try it, this year, in 2024?

I promise you: it won’t let you down.

Photo by Kirill Pershin on Unsplash Bend with the wind.

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Sabrina Vallis

Sobriety writer. NLP Master Practitioner and Nutritionist. Current research: Addiction and the Brain: Ways to Heal. Neuroscience helps us quit.