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Never Say Never When It Comes To Finding Your Sobriety

Updated on April 12, 2012

Never give up on any quest you may have in life until you have achieved it and especially never say never when it comes to finding your sobriety.

Finding sobriety for so many people with an addiction to alcohol seems like the impossible, but believe me it is not impossible at all. I did it and so can anyone with the right mental attitude and the will and determination to get sober. You can never say never when it come to saving your own life from an addiction that sooner or later will kill you in the end.


You must not ever let the addiction you have run and ruin your life as it has for millions around the world. You need to be stronger than the addiction itself and not let one more day go by being addicted to alcohol or drugs.

As I have written hundreds of times regarding getting sober and how I did it will remain to be my main topic of writing until I get the point across to the world that anything is possible. All you have to do is to give it some effort and have that will to change your life.

If you have second thoughts on getting sober and stop drinking alcohol then take a day and go into a hospital or a Rehab. Center and see how those that are really down and out and addicted so bad that medical help and professional help is needed to help then find a new path in life. If action is not taken soon for many of people that are addicted to alcohol than what you are looking at in those places could very well be you in the future.

You don't want that to happen to you, do you? Don't you care enough for your own life? Don't you love yourself and others enough to save your family and your own life?

If you are interested in knowing just how and why I started to drink alcohol and how I finally quit drinking then check out my new eBook titled My Life of Alcohol Addiction.

Never say never when it come to finding your sobriety. Anything and everything in life is possible if you truly want it bad enough. So, look at your life now and see where your life is heading and then look at your life if you were to stop drinking alcohol and imagine that life living it sober.

Then just weigh the two and see which one of these choices would make you happy, healthy and sober and then the correct answer should be right in the palm of your hand. Then DO SOMETHING to change and stick to it until long term sobriety is achieved.


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      Mark Bruno 5 years ago from New Jersey Shore

      @ SunShine- Thank you for your kind words to me and for taking the time to read.

      All the best to you !!

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      Mark Bruno 5 years ago from New Jersey Shore

      teaches12345 - Thank you for your comment and kind words again. I do hope it hits home to someone in the world.

      @ Ruth- Thank you kindly for your comment. Sorry to you and everyone for the long delay in reply to this hub and comments. Never say never is the key. If you let the addiction take full control and don't have enough strength to surrender you are doomed.

      @ Denise- Miss ya and thanks for your comment and congrats to me Denise. I will be writing a new ebook better than this one. It was my first so I need to learn the ropes in which I will.

      Thank you for being a true friend :)

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      Denise Handlon 5 years ago from North Carolina

      Valuable lesson to be learned and congratulations again on your sobriety and your ebook! :)

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      Ruth Clark 5 years ago from Arkansas, USA

      Thank you so much for sharing. For those who still have a choice this is so true. Never give up or in is such a beautiful sentiment. I do, however, have to agree with connieow's statement.

      We will never know why some make it and some don't. If it was just a matter of choice everyone would get and stay sober.

      For some, there are other factors that contribute to the overall problem.

      Alcohol is only a symptom of underlying problems and some problems are worse than others and "choice" can't fix them.

      And then there are those who at one time HAD a choice but now are beyond the power of choice and it takes a little more. We are truly powerless. Again, thank you so much for bringing this up.

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      Mark Bruno 5 years ago from New Jersey Shore

      @ Billy, Thanks once again for your comment. One day people will get tired of reading what I write and may just then surrender to their addiction once and for all!!

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      Linda Bilyeu 5 years ago from Orlando, FL

      "Never say never" and "Never give up" are quotes to live by. Thank you for sharing your journey Mark. Wishing you the best!

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      Dianna Mendez 5 years ago

      Another hub of great influence, Clean Life! I hope it hits the intended targets and leaves an impression.

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      Bill Holland 5 years ago from Olympia, WA

      Hard to argue with those simple words....right on my friend, a simple and yet powerful message.

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      Mark Bruno 5 years ago from New Jersey Shore

      @ connieow Thank you so much for reading and commenting on this hub. It is such a shame to see those that are just too afraid to make that life changing thing from addiction to sobriety. I will continue to write and pray that those in question will be strong enough to find that new life of sobriety very soon.

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      Connie S Owens 5 years ago from El Cajon, CA

      There are those who are incapable of sobriety and then there are those who are incapable of recovery. Even the book talks about those who could not be honest with themselves. Many die because sobriety or recovery is too much to cope with. Especially when there are those who cannot show enough compassion to them.

      Thank you for being brave and sharing your story. Here is to another day of recovery.

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      Mark Bruno 5 years ago from New Jersey Shore

      @ Jenna So nice to see you again and thank you for your kind comment too. Take care of your self and have a great rest of the week!!

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      Jenna Pope 5 years ago from Southern California

      Agree 100%! "Never say never" is perfect. Anyone can succeed if they keep on trying. I know personally, too. Thanks for writing this!