(noun) The moment of clarity when we realize the discomfort of being around someone who is extremely drunk, and feel embarrassed for having made others feel the same way in the past; from the metaphorical “mirror” that sobriety holds up to our past behavior, revealing the harsh reality of our actions. It is a reminder of the impact and discomfort caused by our actions in the past; a term rich with self-awareness, empathy, and a commitment to growth, acknowledging the journey of recovery and the lessons learned from the reflection in the Sobermirror.

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