If you are addicted to drugs or alcohol, you don't know what you're missing out on living life sober and to the fullest.
Living your life sober is such a wonderful thing, speaking for someone such as myself, that was addicted to alcohol for many years, and to live life to the fullest is something many of us do not even try to do or maybe we just don't know how.
I have to say from my own experiences drinking alcohol just how I was letting life slip away and really never even realized what was happening. Being a drug addict or an alcoholic we tend to only have one thing that is more important than anything else, and that is our addiction.
All of us are smart enough to know that we are all here on earth just one time so, you had better make the best of every minute of your life while you are here. Live sober and live your life to the fullest every chance you get, because you never know what tomorrow will bring to you.
I have learned so much about life over the last two years being clean and sober that it is hard to even explain all the wonderful feelings inside I have and all the great things that have happened to me, my wife and my family, and all because I changed my outlook on life. The biggest thing was I finally surrendered to my addiction to alcohol. Those demons will never run and try to ruin my life ever again and this should go for every drug addict or alcoholic. Take a stand in your life and surrender to your inner demons.
I know it sounds easy when I word it that way right, but believe it or not it is very easy only if you truly want to live life sober and live it to the fullest.
If you think you are ready to surrender to your addiction or having any worries of the addiction that captured your life, then do something about it. So many people worry about their health, and I was one of those people. If you are so worried about your health and your life then why is it so hard to quit drinking alcohol or using drugs? I bet you don't have an answer for that question, except that you will say, "well I am addicted to drugs or alcohol and there is now way out of my addiction." Does this sound familiar to you, because it sure does to me.
There is always a way out of an addiction only if you are ready to change your life for the better and surrender to that addiction. Until you are fully ready and finally get out of denial and admit you have a serious problem you are going to be stuck right where you are drinking and using, unfortunately.
We all have the the strength, the power and the brain to figure out anything. The problem is, that so many of us are just happy with our life and the way we are living it now. I think these people are just afraid to change the lives or too lazy to work on the addiction and start a new life clean and sober.
If you have the willingness, the desire and the determination to get clean and sober than you are taking that first step towards finding sobriety.
I can tell you one thing, you maybe afraid of your health declining or your life being shortened by your addiction, BUT never be afraid of sobriety. Being clean and sober is something that will help you live your life fuller in the end, so surrender and go for the life you deserve to have and enjoy the one and only life you have.