WHY CANT I DRINK LIKE EVERYONE ELSE??? – – a question that shouts in the minds of many of us at one time or another. Why me!?! It’s not fair! Well, as I was making my coffee this morning it occurred to me that we are not the only ones who have to accept that
Risks of sobriety-I might fail.People might judge me.I might find it really hard sometimes (especially in the beginning).I might eat loads and put on weight.I might be missing out on the fun.I might not like my sober self. There are lots of common concerns that help us to talk ourselves out of committing to getting
How do you stop drinking? What do you do, when drinking is the comfort zone that you enter at the end of the day, and without it, you just feel raw? How do you stop drinking and stay stopped when you are in that sort of high functioning, grey area where you get to three
I refuse to be alcohol’s victim. I refuse to let myself feel like a victim in life’s struggles. Life is often unfair, unkind and scary. I will not let that make me a victim though. I chose to see it all as part of the adventure. I chose to see it all as part of the challenge.
How often do you think ‘I’ve got to stop drinking!’ in a week? Or a day?If you are here then it’s fair to assume it might be pretty often. I was Constantly thinking about drink. Constantly. Drinking time:When my glass was less than half full; I need to top that up. ‘The bottles getting low; I’m gonna