Reader Question – Are you sober?
“Annie, are you sober,” asked a journalist. It was the first time Annie had been asked the question. The assumption is that Annie Grace is sober. Right? But, what does sober really mean? And, does Annie consider herself sober?
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Highlights of Are You Sober?
I was being interviewed for a magazine and the woman who was interviewing me said – “So Annie, are you sober?”. It’s interesting I’ve never been asked that question before.
It’s just the assumption that yes I’m sober. I was thinking about it and I was like you know what I don’t really identify with the word sober. I know this is going to feel sort of counter-intuitive because I’m the first one to say “I don’t drink, “or I say “I drink as much as I want whenever I want to, I just haven’t wanted to have a drink in five years now.”
Here’s the interesting thing though – when I was asked “Am I sober” well, I’ve never really said – “Hi my name is Annie, I’m sober.”
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