She thought how many months and years ago she woke for the final time like that…. the hangover… the shame … How cruel, how harsh they are, she’d thought. A picture, a video, – showing a tormented soul.The person looks like her but she doesn’t recognise them.Her aura is broken, shattered by her liquid friend.Harsh
I will be six years sober in December – but I’m certainly not an expert on addiction. I’m just someone who used alcohol to cope with life. I allowed it to take control until I took the control back. At the end of many of our posts and articles, you’ll see this disclaimer – Boozemusings
I wake at 3am. I’ve been here before. I drink the water. Thoughts of doom swirling around in my head.Anxiety rears its head. My head pulsates. My own voice talks to me. Not again. Why do I do this? What is wrong with me? I hate myself. I am pitiful. No more. This ends now.
At one year alcohol-free, one year sober, it’s weird to remember that not long ago, if there was a Gold Medal for drinking wine I would have won the title and battered you out of the way in my victory dance to the podium. And that habit wasn’t going to be broken that easily. My
If you think about it logically everyone who drinks alcohol for the very first time and continues to drink it over the following years drinks it for one simple reason and that is to change their brain patterns with a drug. Maybe a small change, maybe a large change. But we put alcohol (or any