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How Can Sobriety Change Your Life

Updated on August 21, 2013

The Alcoholics Words and Wonders

If you happen to be addicted to alcohol and know you are an alcoholic you may often wonder to yourself "how can sobriety change your life?"

I am here to tell everyone that has an addiction to alcohol that sobriety should be one of the wonders of the world, because if you are living with an addiction you are missing out on so much life has to offer when living life sober.

I can't express it enough just how sobriety will change your life when you finally surrender to that horrible addiction to alcohol.

When I had my addiction to alcohol I thought getting that buzz and acting like an ass was the greatest thing since sliced bread, but now being sober I really was an ass for even letting the demons run and ruin my life and others along the way.

I wish I could turn back the hands of time, but as we all know that is impossible, but changing your life and living it sober is possible if you truly was sobriety back into your life.

It is your call and your life, so do the right thing to save your own life and make yourself proud and those that love and care about you. I have to tell you and I am not bragging, but i am so proud of myself for what I have accomplished over the last three years.

Breaking your addiction to alcohol is a very tough thing to do, but having the right attitude and the willingness to change, the desire to live a healthy and happy life it is so possible.


This Is How Your Life Will Change

  • Your health will improve day by day.
  • You will begin to have a positive attitude and start to feel great about yourself for what you have accomplished by stopping drinking alcohol.
  • Your family life will now improve and will begin to spend quality time with your family instead of putting alcohol first in your life.
  • You will see your appearance start to improve.
  • You will eat so much better and food will taste great instead of having that rotten taste of alcohol combined with your food.
  • You will save so much money that you can use with treating your family to things they deserve from putting up with your addiction to alcohol those years.
  • Save that money or use it for a well deserved vacation for the whole family.
  • You will wake up each morning feeling great and with NO HANGOVER. Wouldn't that be wonderful?
  • You will now be able to get in your car and drive to wherever you wish without a worry in the world that you will be pulled over and giving a DUI.
  • You will be so much happier with your life of sobriety.
  • You will not kill an innocent person or persons or for that matter, yourself all because you chose to drink and drive.

Is Drinking and Abusing Alcohol Really Worth It?

So, lets all wake up and change our lives if you are one of those people that are addicted to alcohol. Believe me, it is not that hard giving up alcohol if you really put your heart and soul into it.

Don't be a shamed that you are an alcoholic. Tell that world that you are as I am telling you right now, and the world will come to your rescue, if you let those that want to help you into your life.

You will never be sorry that you stopped drinking alcohol. Maybe you can write as I am writing this to you and hopefully you will help others achieve sobriety as I did and as you are about to do.

Just give sobriety a chance and you will see a different world come right before your very eyes just as I did.

© 2012 Mark Bruno

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      Dianna Mendez 

      6 years ago

      Great hub post and I know the change will greatly benefit everyone that is touched by this changed life.

    • the clean life profile imageAUTHOR

      Mark Bruno 

      6 years ago from New Jersey Shore

      eHealer - Hello Deborah and thank you for your comment. I hope I am reaching those that need help in surrendering to their addiction. Being sober now I am having more fun than ever before and remembering every bit of it. Sobriety is the GREATEST!!

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      Deborah 

      6 years ago from Las Vegas

      Hi Clean, it is true, most people believe they are not going to "have any fun anymore" when they truly face the fact that they may have a problem that is interfering with their happiness. What a paradox! Great hub and you are really bringing important concepts to those who need it!

    • the clean life profile imageAUTHOR

      Mark Bruno 

      6 years ago from New Jersey Shore

      @ Neal - Thank you for your comment and congrats on your sobriety. You are right never pick up that first drink or that will be the end (at least it would for me)

      All the best my Sober friend!

      Mark

    • the clean life profile imageAUTHOR

      Mark Bruno 

      6 years ago from New Jersey Shore

      @ Neal - Thank you for your comment and congrats on your sobriety. You are right never pick up that first drink or that will be the end (at least it would for me)

      All the best my Sober friend!

      Mark

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      Neal Seifert 

      6 years ago from PA

      Thanks for sharing this....... Recovered Alcoholic...... Never need to pick up that first drink.

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