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For anyone that has an addiction of any sort, such as alcoholism or drugs, we tend to be simply down in the dumps most of the time, and the only thing that somewhat makes us happy is to drink or use. At least this is my opinion, and my experiences with drinking and abusing alcohol for many years.
After that first one or two drinks, you start to forget all the problems you may have because you just care and only care about getting to that drunk you had the day before. Mine you, this is my experiences and I am not speaking for anyone else that drinks or uses drugs.
Then it comes the time where you are feeling no pain because of the alcohol, and you begin to start feeling sorry for yourself and start crying in you booze. "Why me?" "Why doesn't anything ever work out for me?" "Why don't I have what others have in their life?" Does any of this sound familiar to you?
It sure does to me, and it is very familiar indeed. You have to realize how life can change just by changing your life. I know it may sound stupid, but it is the truth and it really does work. Changing your life and your lifestyle will indeed give you a brand new life in the end.
Just by changing your life, meaning giving up alcohol or drugs, and get out of the denial you have been living in will truly change everything, including your life.
Back in October of 2009 I decided to change my own life meaning, I finally got out of the denial I was living in and surrendered to my alcohol demons. Ever since that night sitting in the garage all alone drinking my last beer of my life I knew deep down inside that getting and staying sober has to be far greater than drinking my life away and slowly killing myself along the way.
You don't have to be an alcoholic. You have a choice of being drunk all the time or living a clean and sober life. The choice is in your hands so make the right decision and change your life around all for the better. Your body and those that love and care for you will thank you, Trust Me!
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