So you want to get sober what's next is something every alcoholic thinks of when he/she wants to change their lives.
What is the first step in getting sober and how can I start the recovery process is one of the many questions alcoholics may ask themselves, but many may not know the answer or how to go about it.
I know that one of the most important questions is, "do you really want to get sober or are you being forced into something you don't have in your heart to do?" Are you willing to surrender to your addiction and start a new life of sobriety?
Are you willing to possibly let go of your drinking friends and start to live a normal life without your crutch and friends that may possibly put a damper on you succeeding in getting clean and sober?
So you ask. "Whats Next?" You have taken your first step by admitting you have a problem with alcohol and want help and now it is time to pick your starting sobriety date in which will be the most important date in your life, and for the rest of your lives, as it is for myself. I so look forward to my sobriety date to come each year and look back and say to myself, " I have made it through one more year clean and sober."
What a thrill and a huge achievement in an alcoholics life to have made it through one more year of sobriety.
Many alcoholics think they would never be able to get sober, but once they have made their minds up to at least try getting sober, they may surprise themselves by just how easy it can be to get sober if you really have it in your heart to do so.
Stay focused, stay positive and believe in yourself. By doing these things and keeping a positive attitude in life you will be able to get and stay sober. No matter what happens in your life while in recovery, don't back down to your demons. Never let them back into your life again. They, our demons, will always try to get back into our lives in different ways, but you have to be strong enough to put them away and say the most important word in your life, and that is the word, "NO!"
If you have the willingness, desire and the determination to get clean and sober, then it will indeed happen in your life. Believe and you will achieve is my motto from now on in my life, as it should be yours as well.