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    Fraser Franks

    Posted by EastEnder on 2/8/2022, 12:44:26

    Good effort:

    🎉 1 YEAR SOBER! 🎉

    One of my proudest achievements to date and the best year of my life.

    I made the decision one year ago to finally surrender. To become a better person. Better dad. Better husband. Better friend. I wanted to achieve in my career. Wanted my health. My fitness. I wanted more. More happiness. More confidence. More self esteem. More money, more time, more energy.

    I was fed up of feeling like rubbish. Feeling ashamed. Feeling guilty. Feeling a liar. Feeling uncomfortable in my own skin. Feeling like everything in life was downhill. Iíd given up. I just didnít care anymore.

    A year on and Iíve never felt so content. Iíve found a new love for life. I want to extend it as long as I can. Iím so grateful for everything. Good and bad. Life looks full of opportunities and there is so much I want to explore.

    Thank you to my amazing wife, daughter and mum. You are my world and make me want to be the best person I can be.

    For anybody thinking about making a change, reach out. Ask questions. Listen to that voice. You may not want to go sober but may just want something to change. The early parts are difficult. Relapse is common. But itís also one of the best springboards and learning experiences you will ever have.

    Iíve found a passion and a purpose in helping people. Helping men address emotions and change the way they consume alcohol.

    There are days its been shit! Especially early on, I wonít lie. It seemed impossible for someone my age. But it soon all began to come together and Iíve never, ever felt so happy.

    Itís not boring. You arenít weird. Do it for you. You only get one shot at this life. 1 year on and Itís a lovely feeling liking the man I see in the mirror.

    My little girl now has the daddy she deserves.

    Thank you to everyone that has supported me. I love you all. ♥️

      Re: Fraser Franks

      Posted by Ches Fordroad on 2/8/2022, 16:31:05, in reply to "Fraser Franks"

      Fair play to him, he's done well since having to retire

        Re: Fraser Franks

        Posted by mmee on 2/8/2022, 13:09:39, in reply to "Fraser Franks"

        Fair enough and well done FF.

        That option is not for me personally but I do give it some serious thought most Sundays . Then Monday comes around and the countdown to the weekend beginsÖ

          Re: Fraser Franks

          Posted by Baldy on 2/8/2022, 13:07:46, in reply to "Fraser Franks"

          +1

            Re: Fraser Franks

            Posted by crumpsall on 2/8/2022, 12:46:14, in reply to "Fraser Franks"

            Bravo!

              Re: Fraser Franks

              Posted by Nearly a Genius on 2/8/2022, 13:28:27, in reply to "Re: Fraser Franks"

              Very brave of him.
              👏👏👏

                Re: Fraser Franks

                Posted by Laststraw on 2/8/2022, 15:00:45, in reply to "Re: Fraser Franks"

                Well done Fraser,following in the footsteps of Paul Walsh who I believe has been sober for 7 years.

                  Re: Fraser Franks

                  Posted by CLINT on 2/8/2022, 16:06:43, in reply to "Re: Fraser Franks"

                  Well done to that man.

                    Re: Fraser Franks

                    Posted by Robbo14 on 2/8/2022, 16:58:06, in reply to "Re: Fraser Franks"

                    All of me admires him and Part of me envies him. Well done him.

                      Re: Fraser Franks

                      Posted by since 63 on 2/8/2022, 17:02:37, in reply to "Re: Fraser Franks"

                      well done sir, a very brave statement that will not only help you in your rehabilitation but will help others in a similar place.

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