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First time clubbing while sober

- Sat, 27 Oct 2018 08:39:28 EST +TML6USE No.30225
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I quit drinking a month ago, which is definitely a positive change for me. Smoking too, and I currently don’t have access to any other kind of narcotic. Despite my new sobriety, I still enjoy techno and house club nights. I’m currently on my way to one and I’m a little nervous about being sober all night while everyone else is enjoying some kind of intoxication. I am also worried about the temptation that I’ll have to drink and smoke.

Any advice on partying while sober?
Fuck Conningladge - Thu, 08 Nov 2018 11:42:16 EST Go5i41RK No.30235 Reply
I rather enjoy clubbing while sober. I've done it a few times and it's always nice.

It's all what you make of it, to be honest. Just make sure you dance your ass off.
Beatrice Grimwill - Thu, 08 Nov 2018 23:51:06 EST TiLbru36 No.30236 Reply
If you are in early sobriety it will be kinda miserable honestly. You'll just noticing everyone rolling and think they're having a better time than you, cause they probably are.

I'm 6+ years clean and it's only fun to go to raves with a bunch of friends and even then I can't party nearly as long.

I'm not saying you gotta stay clean forever or anything, but if you wanna avoid temptations maybe you should rethink going to the rave

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