In Conversation With Rhoc's Braunwyn Windham-Burke on Navigating Sobriety During a Global Pandemic

Hi, my name is Billy. And I'm an alcoholic. As of press time, it's been 299 days since I first said those words out loud. Words that had cycled on repeat through my mind, haunting and taunting me for months, before I found the strength to accept just how true they were. With each successive blackout—nights drowned in wine or vodka and burrowed away in a pocket of my mind that remain inaccessible to this day, with only the memory of painful vomiting and indecipherable text messages to puzzle through the next morning—they grew louder and louder. And eventually, by the end of 2019, I had no energy left to perform the mental gymnastics an addict's mind demands of them when those moments of sobering...
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