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Sober tools: what helps, and what doesn’t

originally published on Medium

Sober tools: what helps, and what doesn’t

(Stop fucking around with houses built out of straw)

M (day 1 sober) writes: Belle, I keep trying all these things to help me be sober and nothing works. I just spent $100 on vitamins. I’ve been to the one-day, quit-drinking workshop. I signed up for a French class. You see, I’ve always wanted to go to Paris and with all the money I’m not spending on booze, I could buy a plane ticket.

You can hear M’s thinking, you can totally see what she’s saying, and it seems logical, doesn’t it. And my reply would be: “If you are continuously sober, then yes, whatever you’re doing is working. Keep doing it.”

But if you are not continuously sober — and I mean if you reset after 2 days, or 20 days, or 200 days — then what you’re doing isn’t quite enough to keep you sober. So you add in more sober tools.

Argh, I’m on Day 1 again. I’m enrolled in French class. Why isn’t that enough?

French class is something you can hang in the space that booze used to occupy. But taking a French class is not a sober tool.

Sober tools are things that help you to be sober.

Imagine this. You’re one of the three little piggies who is building a sober house, and wolfie comes to blow your sober house down.

You build your sober house out of straw or sticks or tarps or wood, and wolfie blows it over. Maybe not right away, maybe not tomorrow, but as soon as there’s a strong wind, as soon as there’s a death or a celebration or a runaway teenager or Sheila in accounting pulls her shit again and refuses to do the cheque run before end of day on Friday.

Doesn’t take much, then wolfie is at the door. Blowing. Sober house falls down.

But let’s be real, wolfie only has to knock on the door of your house made of straw to knock it over. To the house of wood, he’ll knock, and when that doesn’t work, he’ll add in lung full of hot air and a bit of whining. Doesn’t take long.

(And really, you built a sober house out of straw? You were wishi. You’re were hoping you could do the minimum. You knew it wasn’t going to be enough.)

To the house of stone, though, the house built out of sober stones set careful on a sober cement foundation — yeah, that house — well, wolfie will knock on your door. And when that doesn’t work, he’ll try to blow you over with convincing arguments as to why you need to Drink Right Now. You’ll add in a bit more cement and wave to him through the window. He’ll look for cracks, but you’ve got double-paned glass and a bug screen.

Now this sober stone house, this is your life.

Your life is worth more than the minimum. It’s worth more than straw and tarps.

The soul of you, the essence of you, the real you that isn’t anesthetized, the real you that is empathetic and helpful and has good boundaries — that you gets deserves to be guarded in a solid stone structure.

What helps to build a wolfie-proof, stone sober house?

Advice from an architect. Talking to the girl at Home Depot about the length of the nails and what’s worked on similar projects.

Pouring a cement foundation. Going as slowly as required to not have to pour the foundation, dig it up, pour it again, and dig it up again. What a waste of time that is. Do the sober foundation, yes, but if you do it too quickly, do it too rashly, try to do it with inadequate cement, or do it while doing too many other things at the same time — well, you know what happens.

You can see this example clearly when we’re talking about cement.

The colour of the paint, and the carefully selected tri-season-blooming flowers, the stony garden walks, and the breeding fruit trees do not build a strong house.

The French classes and spin classes and yoga classes and pottery classes and vitamins don’t help you change your behaviour. They’re wonderful (and necessary and lovely) things to add to your life. They are.

But they’re not sober tools.

A sober tool is something that helps you to be sober. Not paint colour.

You want to paint the room, but you haven’t built the room. You want to choose the light fixture, but the wiring isn’t in yet. You want to focus on the details all around THE THING.

The thing you want is to be sober. And so you’re online spending hours choosing the right French class?

You just spent $100 on multivitamins because that should help you be sober?

What if you’d spent that time and that $100 on actual sober supports. You don’t though, because wolfie is a sly fucker, taunting perfectly nice people with bullshit logic like vitamins and French classes.

OK. So sober tools. They’re things that help you be sober. That would include anything that directly makes it more likely that you (a) remember that being sober is a good idea, (b) soothes irritation, (c) helps you be accountable, (d) checks in on you, (e) reminds you what you’re doing when you forget, (f) reinforces the idea of the sober foundation and why you need it because you forgot again, (g) makes it possible for you to not drink.

A French class isn’t a sober tool. Just like your drinking husband isn’t a sober support.

What works?

Treats and rewards work for being sober. Accountability works. Actual sober support works. Planning replacement drinks works. Listening to sober audios works. Reaching out works.

(Do you think you can read books about pouring cement foundations and have the book be enough? Is a one-day workshop enough? How about a forum of other people on day 1 of cement pouring? Why are you walking around outside THIS THING acting like you don’t know what to do? You know what to do. You know that if you ask for support from people who can actually support you, you can get this done. You know that if you turn and face the resources and education and accountability that sober support provides, that you’ll learn from people who’ve done it 2,593 times that you’ll save time, feel better, and have your cement poured sooner.)

And don’t get me wrong.

If you’ve built a house out of straw AND IT’S WORKING FOR YOU then keep doing what you’re doing.

But if the wind keeps blowing you over, you’ve gotta look at having some new tools.

And paint isn’t a tool.

Neither is a French class.

Audio: Group Call

I recently recorded a one hour LIVE group call as a special bonus for book owners. And what a great call.

I spoke for the first half hour, and then opened up the line for Q&A. Questions included: how long until you feel better, when is a good time to become a vegetarian, is being long-term sober a burden, and how many bottles of wine have I not consumed since quitting drinking.

But the best part of this call perhaps is the ending.

The full audio is 60-minutes long and it is included for free for all book owners. If you have ordered a paperback copy, an e-book, or the audio version (or the bundle!), then I have already added this 60-minute audio to your library.


Freedom: “What an amazing call! Thank you! SO lovely to hear SoberP too – it’s nice to put a voice to a name 🙂 … Thank you again for everything. For being you. For doing this whole sober online community thing. For the audios. For (you and SoberP) being an amazing penpal. And for constantly and tirelessly reminding me (and really not seeming to mind that you have to tell me the same thing over and over) that I need to keep plugging at my supports. I was so pleased that I had this call to log on to tonight. It was like a holy grail at the end of the day. I knew if I drank I’d be asleep on the sofa and miss it. And I’m here and sober and feeling much better than I did earlier.”

No More Donuts: “The book call was exactly what I needed at this point … the idea of the battery needing recharging and checking is very apt as I’m approaching 100 days. One thing I need to do more of is email you. Knowing there is someone at the other end that ‘gets it’ has been the key ingredient for my success this time round. Huge hugs Belle, you’re amazing. The magnitude at which you help people is enormous, and it really takes courage to do what you’re doing. Massive respect to you.”

Poppy: “Thank you belle. That was truly awesome. I didn’t speak but listened for the hour. I’ve never done anything like that. It did feel good. This whole exercise has taught me a few lessons. This while taking a risk, a chance, putting yourself out there, trying something new – it’s the opposite of being stuck. It’s exciting.”


Below i’ve posted a 3-minute extract from this longer audio.

You can listen to this extract now 🙂 And leave a comment – what do you hear in this audio? Can you rephrase it in your own words? hugs from me


(ps, my blog allows for anonymous comments – so you don’t have to fill in a name or an email address to post your comment below).

Over the next 24 hrs, I’ll select 2 blog comments and each person will get access to a podcast of their choice from the archives.

every minute feels like forever

from me:
a couple of days ago, i invited you to send me an email if you’d never emailed before, or never posted a comment on my blog. i specifically wanted to invite lurkers, silent-readers, keep-to-yourself types, and non-reaching-out-ers to … well, to reach out.  I said i’d pick two emails, and would send personalized audio replies from me. Here’s one of the messages i replied to:

Lis: “Belle, I’m one of those “lurkers”… I’m 16 days sober and was sitting in my office crying when your email arrived. My longest period of sobriety was 76 days — this past summer and every minute of it felt like forever. I love lemon meringue pie…”

>> listen to my audio reply here <<

My goal for 2017 is to send out 50 copies of my book to sympathetic doctors
, helpful therapists, open-minded social workers, and kind psychiatrists. I’d like to share this idea of support for quitting drinking (for ‘high bottom’ drinkers/for those of us who don’t go to AA). I know that most doctors don’t know anything about us. They don’t know what to say when we admit we’re over-drinking, and they don’t know what resources are available outside of AA or rehab. So I want to send 50 copies of my book out to people who help others.
There are two ways for you to be involved:

  • Sponsor a book for me to mail out [can someone sponsor 20 books?]
  • Send me the name and address of a doctor, therapist, specialist, counsellor, treatment facility — any health care professional who you know would be open to hearing about idea of online support for quitting drinking. I’ve sent out two books this week already … 48 more to go 🙂 hugs from me.

day 1: don’t toss it away

from my inbox

E (not yet a penpal): “Hi, My day 1 feels like a long time ago now. but it’s only been 146 days. and each one is easier than day 1 was. they’re not all perfect, some are hard, and on some of them, I wish I could crawl into a hole or a bottle. or a hole with a bottle. but it gets easier to resist that temptation.
My day 1 I was hungover. I had told my mom the night before that I had to quit drinking. On the way home from there, I wanted to throw myself out of the car because I had no idea how I was going to stop drinking. I thought it was too hard and I couldn’t picture my life without alcohol to help me.
so day 1 I woke up and went to work hungover…. I knew this change was happening. I was quitting. for real. and I was terrified. I was pretty sure I couldn’t do it. I called a counselling service. I wrote a message to my family telling them I was done with alcohol. I was honest with them for the first time about my drinking. I don’t really remember what I did the rest of the day. it was blurry. I know I cried a lot. I felt sad, lost, confused, scared, but deep inside there was some hope. some tiny hidden part of me believed I could do this. even though the loudest parts of me and my addiction were screaming “don’t do it! you can’t do this!”. I did it anyway …
Those first few days for me were about holding on. So I tell you now, on day 1: hold on to sobriety. even though it feels weird, and like it’s not yours, hold it. don’t toss it away for the comfort of a glass of wine. be uncomfortable, be an emotional wreck, eat a ton of sugar, hide in your room but hold on to that sobriety and soon, sooner than you think, it will feel better. soon it will feel almost normal. soon you will own that sobriety you will feel proud and confident. but you won’t for the first little while. you may feel scared and wrong and doubtful and weak. but you’re not. just hold on to sobriety until it starts to feel right. and it will.”

missing links. (get it?) you know, links you might have missed in the last few daily emails.  

  • discount link where you can get the pdf of year 1 of my blog (500+ pages). you can also read it online, it’s just easier to read it in the PDF when it’s in chronological order and all in one place.
  • the one minute message about julie
  • discount link to podcasts about prelapse. that’s my word for the time that comes before relapse. and when you know what it is, you can learn to identify it and hopefully avoid it …
  • sober is the new black is back. back in black.


Wednesday Celebration Roundup

Happy Day 50 to SarahJune31!

Happy Day 50 to Lime Tree!

Happy Day 50 to MelMel!

Happy Day 50 to Wynn!

Happy Day 50 to BalanceBeam!

Happy Day 50 to Dusty!

Happy Day 50 to Chalee!

Happy Day 50 to Sobriety Shingles!

Happy Day 50 to Jazzie!

Happy Day 50 to Lars!

Happy Day 50 to Gem64!

Happy Day 100 to LD4ME!

Happy Day 100 to Jamie-Tampa!

Happy Day 100 to Capt. Unwined!

Happy Day 100 to Freedom!

Happy Day 100 to Lerawk!

Happy Day 100 to Anjoma8801!

Happy Day 100 to Kristy!

Happy Day 100 to Lex!

Happy Day 100 to Honoring Grace!

Happy Day 100 to Boozy Betty!

Happy Day 100 to A_Sober_Canibal!

Happy Day 100 to Shannon A!

Happy Day 100 to Cisty!

Happy Day 100 to My Inside Job!

Happy Day 180 to Maverick!

Happy Day 180 to Molly Jones!

Happy Day 180 to April!

Happy Day 180 to Jaded!

Happy Day 180 to RachelB!

Happy Day 180 to Froggy Google!

Happy Day 180 to AustinHappy!

Happy Day 180 to Frupa63!

Happy Day 20o to DeborahLynn!

Happy Day 20o to Lippy!

Happy Day 20o to Lua!

Happy Day 20o to MG7!

Happy Day 20o to TT!

Happy Day 20o to Tierrazul!

Happy Day 20o to Nomobsing!

Happy Day 20o to Sabrina!

Happy Day 20o to Bladerboy!

Happy Day 300 to KTWeb!

Happy Day 365 to KLC!

Happy Day 365 to Country Pat!

Happy Day 365 to Lanza!

Happy Day 365 to Chell!

Happy Day 400 to Troxy!

Happy Day 400 to Fern!

Happy Day 400 to Coco!

Happy Day 400 to ShellMN!

Happy Day 500 to Juliejean123!

Happy Day 500 to RossFSU!

Happy Day 500 to Ami!

Happy Day 500 to Sooz!

Happy Day 600 to Liberte!

Happy Day 600 to AnnieB!

Happy Day 600 to Youngernow!

Happy Day 600 to AnnaD!

Happy Day 600 to Whitbell25!

Happy Day 600 to Beck!

Happy Day 600 to Ginette!

Happy Day 600 to Lilac!

Happy Day 600 to ElizabethDC!

Happy Day 600 to Silver Birch!

Happy Day 600 to Mil!

Happy Day 600 to Seekingpeace!

Happy Day 700 to Julie-Joy’s Sister!

Happy Day 700 to AmandaPanda!

Happy Day 700 to Ms. Red!

Happy Day 700 to Fay858!

Happy Day 700 to Me-fixing-me!

Happy Day 700 to Lisa1199!

Happy Day 700 to Mythreesons!

Happy Day 700 to Honner!

Happy Day 700 to Gingerade!

Happy Day 700 to SophieSomething!

Happy Day 700 to Rache B!

Happy Day 700 to Yogayamagirl!

Happy Day 700 to Jock!

Happy Day 800 to Library Girl!

Happy Day 800 to Chace!

Happy Day 800 to Marbear!

Happy Day 900 to nomorepinot!

Happy Day 900 to Fleur!

Happy Day 1000 to Foxie!

Happy Day 1000 to Renee!

Happy Day 1000 to Battersea Park!

Happy Day 1000 to Welles!

Happy Day 1000 to Gra!

Happy Day 1000 to SusieQ!

Happy Day 1000 to IrishDee!

Happy Day 1000 to GW!

Happy Day 1000 to JustHadToHaveIt!

Happy Day 1100 to DeeN!

Happy Day 1100 to Amos!

Happy Day 1100 to FitFatFood!

Happy Day 1100 to Moore!

Happy Day 1100 to Crispy!

Happy Day 1100 to Jacques!

Happy Day 1100 to Rose!

Happy Day 1100 to Santa Cruz!

Happy Day 1100 to Phoebe!

Happy Day 1200 to Mylene!

Happy Day 1200 to Jeroen!

Happy Day 1200 to TipTree!

Happy Day 1300 to Durf11!

Happy Day 1300 to Kristi Coulter (penpal #128)!

Happy Day 1300 to C How!

Happy Day 1300 to Sarita!

Happy Day 1300 to Ingrid!

Happy Day 1400 to Rebecca!

Happy Day 1400 to Digs!

Happy Day 1400 to Carrie!

Happy Day 1500 to Amy!


Audio: Do I Tell People I’ve Quit?

This is Sober Podcast Episode #175 for my weekly sober podcast series.

Thanks to listener ‘Out-of-the-Cab’ for submitting today’s question. She asks how to explain to people that we’ve quit drinking. So in my reply, I talk about who to tell, what to say, when to say it, and how to get support.

Do you tell your best drinking friend what you’re up to, and try to get her to understand? Do you tell everyone at family dinner that you’re going to the She Recovers conference?

Below i’ve posted a 2-minute extract from this longer audio (the complete podcast is about 20 minutes long).

You can listen to this extract now 🙂 And leave a comment – what do you hear in this audio? Can you rephrase it in your own words? hugs from me


Download the audio podcast episode 175

Sign up for the monthly podcast subscription
(1-2 new audios per week, you can cancel whenever you like … but you won’t. more sober tools = good)

(ps, my blog allows for anonymous comments – so you don’t have to fill in a name or an email address to post your comment below).

Over the next 24 hrs, I’ll select 4 blog comments and each person will get access to a podcast of their choice from the archives.

this makes me feel better

today, let’s talk about things that make you feel better. one of the challenges of sobriety is dealing with uncomfortable feelings.

and when we feel crappy, it’s sometimes hard to remember what to DO to feel better.

For today, I would like you to put a comment on this blog post of something that you know that – when you do it – you feel better (about life, about yourself, about being sober). What one thing can you try the next time you’re having a frustrated, irritated, uncomfortable moment.

OK, I’ll begin. One thing I can do to ‘change the channel’ in my head when i’m feeling crappy is listen to music, turn it up loud, and sing along. Bonus points for singing out loud on public transit.

My blog allows anonymous comments, so you don’t have to fill in your name/email address if you don’t want to.

And to bribe you to participate, to support your sobriety, and encourage you to speak up, I will RANDOMLY select ONE comment from this blog post about 24 hrs from now, and that person will receive a sober Elevator bracelet for free.

hugs, me

Audio: Top 3 Factors that contribute to successful long-term sobriety

This is Sober Podcast Episode #174 for my weekly sober podcast series.

Gem64 sent me an audio question, asking what are the top 3 things that make it more likely that someone will be long-term sober.

Of course, I started trying to keep the numbers straight in my head but it turned into a bit of a mish-mash. Well anyway, the concepts are all there, but i’m not sure there are “3” things.

Thankfully podcast subscriber Ana Maria sent me this summary: “Belle, the 3 factors I understood were: (1) Do not drift from your sober supports. (2) Do prepare for potentially dangerous situations by having your tool kit with you. The key being “prepared in advance”. (3) Accept shitty days as part of life. Accept that they will come and you can get through them without alcohol.”

Below i’ve posted an extract of the first few minutes from this longer audio (the complete podcast is 19 minutes long).

You can listen to this extract now 🙂 And leave a comment – what do you hear in this audio? Can you rephrase it in your own words? hugs from me


Download the audio podcast episode 174

Sign up for the monthly podcast subscription
(1-2 new audios per week, you can cancel whenever you like … but you won’t. more sober tools = good)


Saturday Celebration Roundup

Happy Day 50 to Bruna!

Happy Day 50 to Liquid Tracy!

Happy Day 50 to Ana Maria!

Happy Day 50 to Princess Buttercup!

Happy Day 50 to Maki!

Happy Day 50 to SueW!

Happy Day 50 to Mari!

Happy Day 50 to Nevis!

Happy Day 50 to Fiona!

Happy Day 50 to Roadtosoberville!

Happy Day 50 to Putting Down the Glass!

Happy Day 50 to Lacie!

Happy Day 50 to Eily!

Happy Day 50 to NoMoreDonuts!

Happy Day 50 to Kiki71!

Happy Day 50 to Honey Bear!

Happy Day 50 to Pixie29!

Happy Day 50 to Maggie Mae!

Happy Day 50 to BG!

Happy Day 50 to i.t.!

Happy Day 50 to Imba!

Happy Day 50 to Resiliensea!

Happy Day 50 to Stillbridge!

Happy Day 50 to True.d.true!

Happy Day 50 to Elyn Jones!

Happy Day 50 to Becca1978!

Happy Day 50 to LD4ME!

Happy Day 50 to Blondie!

Happy Day 100 to Karlatta!

Happy Day 100 to Tweet!

Happy Day 100 to Ashley!

Happy Day 100 to Sohocat!

Happy Day 100 to Georgia Girl!

Happy Day 100 to Grace514!

Happy Day 100 to Indy!

Happy Day 100 to Pwhims!

Happy Day 100 to Suzanne Irene!

Happy Day 100 to Kimpossible!

Happy Day 100 to Rachele!

Happy Day 100 to RoseStar!

Happy Day 100 to SoberSarah!

Happy Day 100 to FlightPlan!

Happy Day 100 to Inspired!

Happy Day 100 to Tweet!

Happy Day 100 to Calypso!

Happy Day 100 to Runnery Amy!

Happy Day 100 to Bunnie!

Happy Day 100 to Girl Named Sam!

Happy Day 100 to Jeans!

Happy Day 100 to Mellow!

Happy Day 100 to Carly!

Happy Day 100 to AmandaJ!

Happy Day 100 to 2BLimber!

Happy Day 180 to VMD Free!

Happy Day 180 to TSilver!

Happy Day 180 to DeborahLynn!

Happy Day 180 to Lippy!

Happy Day 180 to Frupa63!

Happy Day 180 to Lua!

Happy Day 180 to MG7!

Happy Day 180 to TT!

Happy Day 180 to Tierrazul!

Happy Day 180 to Sabrina!

Happy Day 180 to Bladerboy!

Happy Day 200 to SuzanneFran!

Happy Day 200 to LeftCoastGirl!

Happy Day 200 to Steffspud!

Happy Day 200 to Rasberrikiss!

Happy Day 200 to Hollykate!

Happy Day 2o0 to Airbear!

Happy Day 300 to CaseyM!

Happy Day 300 to MessyJessy!

Happy Day 300 to Waggintail!

Happy Day 300 to Surfrider11!

Happy Day 300 to runnergirl!

Happy Day 365 to Apprentice DB!

Happy Day 365 to Joziegurrl!

Happy Day 365 to Franny!

Happy Day 365 to Husband #1!

Happy Day 365 to TJ!

Happy Day 365 to SoberinMtl!

Happy Day 365 to ScrubJay!

Happy Day 365 to Elis!

Happy Day 365 to Lydster!

Happy Day 365 to TrixeeK!

Happy Day 365 to Troxy!

Happy Day 365 to Fern!

Happy Day 365 to Coco!

Happy Day 365 to NLW!

Happy Day 365 to ShellMN!

Happy Day 400 to SarahBee!

Happy Day 400 to Mamafergs!

Happy Day 400 to NSRunner!

Happy Day 400 to Case Study Michelle!

Happy Day 400 to Truleah!

Happy Day 400 to Phoenix!

Happy Day 400 to Crystal Light!

Happy Day 500 to EMJ001!

Happy Day 500 to Lavenderzone!

Happy Day 500 to TickleMeShelmo!

Happy Day 500 to Suzan!

Happy Day 500 to Linley!

Happy Day 500 to NicholasCharles!

Happy Day 600 to Yoda!

Happy Day 600 to Grateful Girl!

Happy Day 600 to Jenuhful!

Happy Day 600 to VTgirl!

Happy Day 600 to MJP!

Happy Day 600 to Jobo!

Happy Day 600 to Mytimetoshine!

Happy Day 600 to Inky!

Happy Day 600 to Graceful!

Happy Day 700 to Sea Turtle!

Happy Day 700 to Miss M!

Happy Day 700 to CoffeeCupHead!

Happy Day 700 to LJ63!

Happy Day 700 to Trixie!

Happy Day 700 to Kitkatpaddywack!

Happy Day 700 to 1035!

Happy Day 700 to Jayda!

Happy Day 700 to Frankie!

Happy Day 800 to JuneBug!

Happy Day 800 to Frenchie!

Happy Day 800 to Elly!

Happy Day 800 to GabbyGirl37!

Happy Day 800 to Rexytime!

Happy Day 800 to Cocomack!

Happy Day 800 to NewChris!

Happy Day 800 to Jas!

Happy Day 900 to Lily Chatsworth!

Happy Day 900 to Lara!

Happy Day 900 to Ish!

Happy Day 900 to Paulita!

Happy Day 900 to Sharlotte!

Happy Day 900 to Cricket!

Happy Day 900 to Shar!

Happy Day 900 to Kenney!

Happy Day 900 to Bekki!

Happy Day 900 to Meagan!

Happy Day 1000 to AM!

Happy Day 1000 to IrishGirl!

Happy Day 1000 Parisienne Knitter!

Happy Day 1000 to Run Dontwine!

Happy Day 1000 to tlcompte!

Happy Day 1000 to hcasstevens!

Happy Day 1100 Doll Face!

Happy Day 1100 to OneDayAtATime!

Happy Day 1100 to Tuomas!

Happy Day 1100 to Nuchter Maya!

Happy Day 1100 to Sherri!

Happy Day 1100 to KateF!

Happy Day 1100 to Wanting to be a Sober Mom!

Happy Day 1100 Telling The Words!

Happy Day 1100 Lurking With Intent!

Happy Day 1100 Traci!

Happy Day 1100 Challenges!

Happy Day 1100 Margy!

Happy Day 1100 Tammi!

Happy Day 1100 Shell Bell!

Happy Day 1200 to Lucy!

Happy Day 1200 to Cat Girl!

Happy Day 1200 to Carolyne!

Happy Day 1300 to Trish!

Happy Day 1300 to KristinRecovering!

Happy Day 1600 to Katherine!


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