search engine results: “champagne no thanks”

Here are some of the search phrases that people have used in the last 30 days that have led them to my blog…

  • tired of thinking about drinking
  • jason vale alcohol
  • best things about being sober
  • tired of thinking of drinking
  • does behavior change after sobriety?
  • its great being sober
  • drinking in bed and fucking
  • slamming hand
  • tired of thinking at work
  • i will do today what others won’t
  • champagne no thanks
  • now that i’m sober i see what changed
  • pink cloud luncheon
  • i think this too much drinking wine is all nonsense
  • tips for getting past the drinking witching hour
  • 2’s up wolfie
  • another word for freedom
  • i get more done when i am not drinking
  • whats a good headline for being sober
  • i think i’m at that point to kill someone
  • change the behavior and the thinking changes
  • i think about alcohol all the time

Belle

I want to put this online, to hold myself accountable. I want to document the noise in my head. I'm tired of thinking about drinking. date of last drink: june 30, 2012

7 thoughts to “search engine results: “champagne no thanks””

  1. This just prompted me to check mine out. Mostly the terms seem to be people actually looking for me but this is my favourite: just fucking universe

    Just fucking universe.

    Well, yes.

    I wonder what they were hoping to find? And how drunk they were…

  2. Hilarious! I never even knew I could look at stuff like this (I wondered how you did this before…d’uh to me that I can just click that search engine thingy). Mine certainly are no where near as humorous as yours. I had one on mine that said “criticism of message in a bottle” and I was thinking “what? someone looking for dirt on me? Who is this person? Why would they…blah blah blah”…ha ha. Caught myself in full ego flight and then laughed at myself as soon as I caught it. Message in a Bottle is a film name, so I think someone was looking for that. How self-centered was I in thinking they were hunting me down? Who am I to hunt down? Oh dear…ha ha. Anyway, I think it’s pretty amazing how people find you here – I am amazed at how we all find each other…but regardless of the how, I am glad that we are all here. I know I am grateful to be here 🙂

  3. I am a 61 year old women, who hasnt drank for 14 days. My name is Roma and I’m really struggling. I haven’t drank most of my adult life. I began drinking about 10 or 12 years ago, only one night a week with friends. I would drink wine. Eventually that grew to two nights a week, then three, until it was every night. I stopped drinking two years ago for two years. Then I went to my homeland for a vacation, by myself and reconnected with family and pain. I hadn’t been hime in 17 years the last time I’d been home was to care for my Dad who was dying of liver cancer. Needless to say I started to drink again. Not every day, but it wasn’t long before I was back to obsessing about drinking, and how much wine I had in the house. It began to be a bottle a day then moved to one and a half bottles a day. I DON’T want to drink but I’m really struggling,l. My family can’t help me, not the kind of help I need. I despretly need someone to talk to. I don’t want to go to AA but I do want a sponsor or pen pal. I want to be real and honest and I know I’m a great listener so I am so capable of giving not just receiving. However for now I need someone who can “hear me, help me, guide me, answer my questions and support my recovery” even in the ugly hard days. Can you help?

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