For all those people out there in the world that loved to drink and abuse alcohol, something has happen to many of them, and that is, they couldn't live one day without alcohol. They turned into an alcoholic and they ask themselves "why alcoholics are afraid of sobriety?"
There are millions of people in the world that are suffering with this addiction to alcohol and they are afraid to change their lives and live their life clean and sober.
It is truly hard to stop drinking alcohol. I know this because I was one of those alcoholics that never wanted to change my life for the simple reason, I depended on alcohol as part of my everyday life.
I was afraid of sobriety as many alcoholic are. We are so used to having alcohol each and everyday and hesitate to change because we don't know what we will feel like without alcohol on our lives, so we continue to drink and abuse alcohol.
The more we drink, the more we want and need to get to that buzz we had the last time. It takes more and more to get to that point of feeling good, buzzed or just plastered drunk.
It truly is a sad thing, because each day we drink and abuse alcohol we are missing out on one more precious sober day.
For myself, I loved to drink just as much as the next person. I couldn't go one day without drinking and getting to that point of feeling buzzed or drunk. Many of us are functioning alcoholics, as I was and I am not ashamed to say so. I messed up my life and the people that shared my life. I takes a strong person to say, " I have had enough and I want my sobriety back into my life."
Sometimes it takes many years to realize that a change has to be made as it took many years for me to do so, but I finally did it and couldn't be happier today. I never knew what a day, week or month felt like being sober. In fact, now as I write this I have been sober for over 5 years and I continue to write about alcohol addiction in hope to help someone out in the world that is suffering from the addiction I had.
So you ask, "why alcoholics are afraid of sobriety?" The answer I can come up with is through my experiences with drinking and abusing alcohol.
1. We are so used to having alcohol in our bodies each and everyday.
2. We are afraid of being without alcohol even for one day, for the fear of how we will feel without it.
3. Many alcoholics are afraid of what their drinking buddies will think of them if they become clean and sober and decide to change their life around.
4. Many alcoholics are of getting sick with the DT's if they stop drinking alcohol. (In that case those people should seek a Rehab. Center to detox in a safe manner with the proper medical help.)
Don't be afraid to change your life for the better, because in the long run, you will thank yourself for making that change. REMEMBER: Everyone of us are here on Earth just one time, so why would we want to live our one and only life drunk, and miss out on the precious things life has to offer, and that includes having quality time with our loved one, such as your Parents, Spouses, Children and in many cases Grandchildren.