First of all, congratulations on 125 days clean. That's an amazing accomplishment
No, you do not deserve to be reminded of your "bad days." You are clean now and your family should respect that. Getting clean is one of the hardest things a person will ever go through. Unfortunately, alot of people aren't educated enough to understand this.
If there's any chance they will go... I recommend you find an al-anon or nar-anon meeting. This is a place for the family/friends of the addict to attend and learn about addiction.
If you don't think they will go... Try sitting down with all of them and have a calm conversation. Tell them that you are proud of yourself and you'd like them to be proud of you too. Don't get upset, regardless of what they say. Just stay calm but be firm. Tell them if they can't accept your requests then you don't want anything to do with them cause your recovery is #1 right now and nothing else. Anything you put in front of your recovery, you will eventually lose anyway. It's a fact. You need to be selfish right now and keep only positive pepole/things in your life.
It's hard to feel pride when we have so many people dumping on us. You need to take control and do something about it.
Good luck, Corissa. Keep in touch and let us know how it goes.