Tag: Alcohol-abuse

The Runaway Train

So we start a little journey on a fun looking train, not sure where it’s destination is but it looks cool and exciting.We get off at our designated stop to go home safe and sound.We get on this same train again and again and it takes us on a pleasant journey and we disembark as

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How to Quiet that Thirsty Little Voice in Your Head-

You know that Little Voice in your head ? That thirsty little voice that says you’ve earned a drink at the end of a long hard day even though you promised yourself earlier, when you woke up hung over again, that you were DONE WITH ALCOHOL ! It goes something like this : I hear

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Now Thrive

It happened on a Wednesday morning. I was driving back to the office after a successful breakfast meeting. The windows on my car were down, the music was on, and there was nothing but blue sky and sunshine above me. Then, without warning, I felt it. It started in my chest and quickly engulfed my

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HEY, YOU GOT A MINUTE ?

The philosophy according to YOSSARIAN in the pursuit of sobriety. That task can be as convoluted or as simplistic as you see fit. Being a simple man, I choose the latter. Reading volumes of text written by another about another’s experience in the form of self help just doesn’t make sense to me. They sell,

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Walking Away from the Wine o' Clock Routine

I didn’t understand what an alcohol induced blackout was until I read Sarah Hepola’s book Blackout : Remembering the things I Drank to Forget. Before I stopped drinking I had actually had many blackouts, I just didn’t realize that when I woke up with no memory of going to sleep, and no memory of the

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