An Amazing Future Ahead
I had been struggling with staying sober for some time. My drinking landed me in my first rehabilitation center in Florida. Through treatment, I was able to stay sober for eight months and then had a terrible relapse. My counselor at this program told me about Soberlink, but my husband and I didn’t even give it a second look. Then I ended up in my second rehab, and trust was broken with my family. I chose to commit to Soberlink for a year on my own will. It was one of the best things for me. It kept me accountable, and the results went to my husband so he could see that I was staying sober during the day. It really did build back a lot of trust, and I would suggest this to ANYONE. Soberlink and working my AA program have allowed me to stay sober and look to the amazing future ahead of me.
On the Straight and Narrow
I had been struggling with alcohol abuse for years. Then one night, I went out with friends, went wild, and hit rock bottom. Fast forward to a contested child custody case that jeopardized my losing parenting privileges.I offered to test three times a day to prove I was committed to getting custody of my son back. Soberlink kept me honest and on the straight and narrow. I did it for 16 months and am beyond grateful for this tool. This system, combined with therapy, has resulted in a year of sobriety, leaving me feeling the best I’ve ever felt.
That Kept Me Accountable
I tried to quit on my own for years to no avail. My family was really down on me with near interventions. I had been to intensive outpatient programs, yet I still drank. I did 90 in 90 at AA, but the one thing that worked was Soberlink. I knew that if I drank, I would be caught, which meant inpatient programs that I dreaded. I’ve been sober now for two years and recently finished using Soberlink. My advisor suggested I still attend AA, which I am happy to do!