Everyone in the world has tried I’m sure one time or another some sort of a harmful substance. We want to try drinking or use a drug just to see how it would feel to us.
Some people that experiment with these things hate it from the very first time, and then there are those that think it felt great and can’t wait to try it again.
Even though some people don’t have the desire to try it for the first time, sometimes peer pressure leads them to that first fling of the drug of choice.
These are the people that have to watch themselves because this feel good time could lead into an addiction in time if not careful.
Here we go with the start of a happy life of abusing alcohol, so we think. As time goes on and we continue to drink and have a great old time, our alcohol tolerance builds up and what took us only a drink or two is now taking double and triple and so on.
Now we have started to make this an everyday routine and basically start to live our lives around the alcohol. We can’t go to any outings unless there is alcohol involved. I say this because I was one of those people that needed to have the booze handy everywhere I went, and if there wasn’t booze I didn’t attend. (SO SAD to me now).
When I think about this now being clean and sober, it really bothers me to know that the demons in me took full control of my body and my life and I never saw it coming.
I was to weak to stand up to them and once they take hold of you it is very very hard to get rid of them.
When you are addicted to alcohol and it seems to run your life, you are not only hurting yourself, you in fact are hunting people that love and care for you and we don’t even see it when it is right in front of our eyes.
As we continue to drink alcohol the disease slowly creeps up on us and then it’s got you right were they want you (ADDICTED).
If you really want to quit drinking alcohol the first thing you have to do is admit that you have an addiction and get out of the denial most of us are in. Stand up to your demons and surrender to your addiction.
Alcohol was a everyday routine to me and when I finally said enough is enough, this stuff is going to kill me and ruin my family and everything I have worked so hard for in my life. It’s time to quit drinking alcohol forever.
Think about it, and wonder where you will be in life a year from now if you continue on with drinking and where will you be in life a year from now being clean and sober?