Are You Strong Enough To Stay Away From Your Addiction To Alcohol
When an person that has an addiction to alcohol decides he/she wants to surrender to their addiction it could very well be the hardest decision of their life. The reason being, is that they love their addiction to alcohol just the same as the demons love them for feeding the fuel to satisfy them.
You could say a love hate relationship. The love of the feeling of being high or drunk and on the other hand they know it is wrong by what they are doing to them self and others that love and care about them.
So, the big question is if you decide to surrender are you strong enough to stay away from your addiction to alcohol? I wonder sometimes how I even stay away from my past addiction to alcohol with some many things going on in my life, some good and then some bad, but I have the willpower to stay away form alcohol. I just hope others can hold their own too without reaching for their past addicted life.
When you finally surrender to your addiction to alcohol you have to be stronger than your addiction and learn to big word "NO." No I don't need to drink to get through my day and I don't need alcohol as my crutch in life.
HAVING THE WILLPOWER TO STAY AWAY
Willpower is the ticket to staying sober and remaining sober long term. Learning the word NO is always the best answer when someone might ask you if you would like a drink. Ever person that has an addiction to alcohol and becomes sober will always be confronted by their past demons and tested to see just how strong they are to fight the demons away. No matter where we go in life there seems to always be alcohol, so you must be strong enough to say that most important word "NO."
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