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There Is A Fork In The Road Which Way Should I Go

Updated on June 18, 2013
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ARE YOU CONFUSED TO WHICH WAY YOU SHOULD GO

There are so many obstacles in our lives and hurdles to jump, but when there is a fork in the road which way should I go?

That is the biggest question there could be when it comes to life and when it comes to an addiction to alcohol. Which part of the fork in the road is the right way?

I want to be sober, but than again, I love to drink alcohol and feel that buzz and the feeling that alcohol gives me being drunk. So which is the right decision and which way do I go in life?

When you get to the end of that straight road and then a fork appears is when you need to stop at the fork and think long and hard of which direction would be the best for your life and others that share your life with you.

Remember you are not the only one that will be effected by a wrong decision and the wrong choice of which way you should go. At that fork in the road will be the right way and the other side of that fork is the wrong way.

The decision is entirety in your hands at this point of the road, so make the correct decision because it will indeed effect others as well as your own life. Sit there for days if you have to in order to make the right choice for your life and your future.

ONCE YOU MAKE THE DECISION'

Once you have made that decision, and hopefully it is that correct one, but if your are not sure, you will see sooner or later as you travel miles and miles down that road that you chose.

If by chance you made the wrong decision and took the fork that will lead you deeper into your addiction to alcohol, you must stop and think what you are doing to yourself. The further you travel down that wrong fork in the road the more you will be addicted. If you took that wrong fork, but really are not sure, you will begin to see you life getting worse as the your travel continues the wrong way in your life. It is never too late to turn around and go the right way.

At the beginning of that fork, you just started on your journey to being more addicted to alcohol, and the further down that fork you go the worse it will get. The further you go on the wrong path the harder and longer it will take to return to the beginning of that fork and get your life back in order and live your life sober.

You can turn around anytime you wish if you truly think you have made the wrong decision, but don't wait too long because every step and mile you go down that wrong path in life the harder it will take to get back, meaning getting clean and sober and taking the right turn in that fork and live a life of sobriety.

Think about what you are about to do to yourself and others when you have made the wrong choice in life. That choice you made if wrong can be reversed and you can start and new and sober life again. The decision is in your hands and no one else, so just remember that when you hit that fork in the road.

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    • the clean life profile imageAUTHOR

      Mark Bruno 

      6 years ago from New Jersey Shore

      To all that commented on this hub: I am sorry for the really long delay in replying to your comments :)

      @ QudsiaP1 Thanks you for reading and your kind comment.

      @eHealer - Thanks again as always for you kind words. they mean a lot to me and I will keep the hubs coming too :)

      @Debbie- I am glad you liked the hub and thanks for your comment.

      @teaches12345- hello my friend and thank you. As you know I took the wrong fork but almost 3 years ago I turned around and made the right turn in life.

    • the clean life profile imageAUTHOR

      Mark Bruno 

      6 years ago from New Jersey Shore

      @ vocalcoach- Thank you for your comment and I know so many people that took the wrong road including myself and have turned our lives around and got on that right road. It is all that you make it and what you want out of the one and only life we have. I am so happy now being sober.

    • the clean life profile imageAUTHOR

      Mark Bruno 

      6 years ago from New Jersey Shore

      @ Maria - Thank you so much for your kind words. I will continue to write till I can no longer in hopes that one of these hubs will hit home to someone and help them.

      Hugs to you Maria

      @Chaya Parmessur - Thanks for your comment and yes there are many forks in the road for all of us. The problem with many people is that if they do take the wrong road many don't try to turn around and start new.

    • the clean life profile imageAUTHOR

      Mark Bruno 

      6 years ago from New Jersey Shore

      @ Maria - Thank you so much for your kind words. I will continue to write till I can no longer in hopes that one of these hubs will hit home to someone and help them.

      Hugs to you Maria

      @Chaya Parmessur - Thanks for your comment and yes there are many forks in the road for all of us. The problem with many people is that if they do take the wrong road many don't try to turn around and start new.

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      Dianna Mendez 

      6 years ago

      Loved your use of the fork in the road decision making. I also agree with your statement that you can always backtrack if you feel you've made a mistake. Wonderful views.

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      Deborah Brooks Langford 

      6 years ago from Brownsville,TX

      wow what great advice great hub.. I will check out the rest of your hubs.. the fork in the road.. we all experience that don't we? sharing

      Debbie

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      Deborah 

      6 years ago from Las Vegas

      Hey clean, great hub. The fork in the road, the metaphor to chose life or chose insanity. Great inspiration as always. Keep them coming. Thanks

    • QudsiaP1 profile image

      QudsiaP1 

      6 years ago

      Very good advice, nicely done.

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      Audrey Hunt 

      6 years ago from Idyllwild Ca.

      I was once told "you are a product of your own environment." Somehow, something inside of me rebelled at that statetment. I listened to that still small voice within, studied, researched and indulged in some therapy. I'm so glad I listened because I have learned throughout my life that we can overcome our extended environment.

      Your marvelous hub here, is a great reminder that we must always try our best to "take the right fork in the road." Up, more and sharing!

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      Chaya Parmessur 

      6 years ago from FRANCE

      Great article. So true every step of the way we have forks in our lives and we have to strive to always take the right direction. Thanks for sharing and good on you for sharing something so personal and helping others in the same situation.

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      Maria Jordan 

      6 years ago from Jeffersonville PA

      Dear Mark,

      This is a profoundly beautiful analogy that is relatable. Change of any behavior is so exceedingly difficult...one step forward, two back and all that...

      Thank you for continuing to spread your wisdom which is motivating and inspiring in tone always. Voted UP & UABI. Hugs, Maria

    • the clean life profile imageAUTHOR

      Mark Bruno 

      6 years ago from New Jersey Shore

      @ Jenna- Thanks Jenna for your comment and for reading. Yep anyone can change if you truly want to, if not, you are in trouble down the road. Have a great 4th of July :)

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      Jenna Pope 

      6 years ago from Southern California

      Really great advice. People can change at any point.

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