I drink because I’m happy. I drink because I’m sad, lonely, angry or to reward myself for being sober for a week. I drink because I want to. I drink when I don’t want to. I drink for no reason and any reason. I drink today because I drank yesterday and want to feel better.
Author: Boozemusings Community
Wouldn’t it be GREAT this holiday season if all of the people we like and love could just say FANTASTIC! GO YOU! LET’S FORGET ABOUT SHARING A DRINK AND SIMPLY CELEBRATE LIFE ! Most of the time the people we love just don’t get it, they don’t actually WANT to get it because really accepting
Nine years ago, having been sober for four years, I had decided that I should be ok having the odd drink and if I was wrong?…Well I’d just stop drinking again. Suffice to say I was very soon back to drinking every night. I couldn’t stop, and frankly didn’t want to! I’m starting a hypnotherapy
I am 77 Years old and have been consuming alcohol for some 60 odd years, over this period in many occupations and circumstances I have been – not realising it – slowly but surely – sliding down the throat of a Pitcher plant. Just like a fly, the further down the throat you slide, the
Take a good hard look at this photo. What do you see? Write it down before you read on. This photo was taken at a local park, one at which I hike frequently with my dogs. Up until 10 years ago, this park was a golf course. The family that owned retired and sold the