Now what? Well you are about to start and new and joyous life, BUT you have to stick to your guns and never let those alcohol demons back into your life. This is where it gets hard for many alcoholics after they have stopped drinking alcohol.
They are bored. They don't know what to do with themselves because they were so used to having a drink in hand and being in bars and pubs drinking them up with their drinking buddies. At least this was the life I had, and I am not speaking for anyone else, but I am sure those that have this addiction to alcohol understand exactly what I am talking about.
WHAT IS NEXT YOU MIGHT ASK?
- You quit drinking, and you are now sober, and the next step is to stay sober.
- You can now enjoy your life sober and start spending quality time with your loved ones that maybe you never did when addicted to alcohol.
- You will be able to start saving money that you were spending on alcohol and not on your families.
- You can now see for your eyes how you are starting to change not only physically, but mentally.
- You can start living the life you so well deserve.
- You need to stay away from things, places and people that will tempt you to start drinking again.
- There will be so many things will be able to do now being sober, such as getting behind the wheel of you automobile without any worries of getting into an accident because of being drunk, being pulled over and getting that DUI.
- YOU WILL BE FREE!
I have had many times in my recovery that I just wanted to throw in the towel and take a drink. Why?
The reason was maybe that day something went wrong in my life or something just didn't work out like I'd planed it to. I stood my grounds to my demons and say NO I can not do this!
Back in October of 2009 I made a promise to myself that no matter what happens in my life, good or bad I will never pick up an alcoholic drink again, and I am a man of my word and would never break a promise especially to myself. Sure it was hard to say NO I can't do this, but as the minutes passed by that urge and temptation to drink passed. I knew if I gave it some time that feeling and urge to drink would go away, and it did.
You have to be a strong person and much stronger than your inner demons. The demons are waiting for you and I to mess up and start drinking again. This way if you and I do drink alcohol again our demons will have full control of our lives once more, but this time if we break and drink it will be harder to get rid of this demons that are out to kill us.
So get sober, stay sober, and start to live the clean life like I have since 2009 and will continue for many years to come.