What? Not drinking? Ever? You are joking, aren’t you? It took me many attempts at moderation to finally realise that. ‘What’s the point in just 1 glass? ‘ It took up so much of my head-space that it nearly took my head. I thought I was going crazy. Alcohol turned me into some wild banshee.
Category: How I Stopped Drinking
What if we want to sayJust for todayIt’s too much All the stuff It’s too tough The current The past Why do the tears continue to fall, the pain have to lastI’ve felt it allWhy can’t we just get through it fast?Caught in the netOf so many regrets It just hurts Scared of making things worse The alcohol voicenow sees a chanceto
A list to provide a little perspective for those of us who have done silly things when we were drunk: 10. Push elevator buttons that are already lit. 9. Speed up to keep another car from passing. 8. Still think that the 80’s were just a few years ago. 7. Spell out Wednesday like Wed-nes-day
Most of us are addicted to alcohol on some level when we decide to stop drinking. We may not be physically dependent but we are most likely neurologically addicted. Even with weekend binge drinking, it is possible to become neurologically addicted. If you drink routinely at a similar time under similar circumstances, your brain will
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