Do you feel comfortable while drinking alcohol? Do you live each day waiting for that first drink of the day? Do you think you could survive outside your comfort zone without alcohol in your life?
How to get out of your comfort zone of drinking alcohol depends only on you. Are you able and willing to make a change in your life and go outside the box and the life of addiction? Do you feel as if you can surrender to drinking alcohol and live a normal life again?
Yes, this article is full of questions that you must ask yourself if you want to leave that comfort zone that you feel so good living in, and that is living with an addiction to alcohol.
We all get so used to doing the same thing over and over again and forget what it feels like to just live a normal and happy life. Addictions, no matter it be drugs or alcohol captures you and takes from you. You may not see it coming because you are very happy in the comfort zone you live and really never want to leave that zone for the fear of what you think may happen.
You are afraid of change and rather just stay where you feel comfortable and never mind anything else in life. Well my friends, by staying in that comfort zone you are missing out on a whole new life. You are living with everything the same, day after day and missing out on what life really has to offer.
Drinking alcohol CAN be lots of fun if doing it responsibly and not abusing it, like I did. Don't get me wrong, I loved to drink and if I could, I would, but that is not possible by no means.
Many people in the world can have one or two drinks and called it quits for the night and are completely satisfied, and then there are those, like myself, that can't just have one or two drinks. No, we need more and more until we hit that high that our body needs to be content. Get drunk, get sick and go to bed, day after day until one day you may see the light and surrender to your addiction as I did and start the recovery process to find your sobriety again.
Don't wait until it's too late and something horrible happens to you or someone else, such as a innocent person or people to decide to quit drinking and abusing alcohol.
Get out of that comfort zone and start living life like it should be lived. Never be afraid of living a clean and sober life. Be afraid of what an addiction to alcohol CAN and WILL do to you and your family that is suffering right along with you and crying inside and out for you to see the light and get clean and sober and get out of that comfort zone you have been living in for so long.