Updated: Jul 30, 2020
Some of you might feel afraid to stop drinking or to even take a break from booze.
Does it make you feel uncomfortable?
I sure felt scared to think the daunting thought that "I'd NEVER drink again".
We have to cut ourselves some slack. Our brains are designed to not want to do anything too difficult. You don't have to declare and start with a negative like that.
You'll never get anywhere. You must come from a positive thought.
We must bridge positive and believable thoughts.
If you think of an impossible dream, your brain will easilyfind a reason to do something else.
I know you don't want to be on this merry-go-round any longer. One day at a time.
Believe new things one thought at a time.
We are conditioned to think alcohol is one of life's greatest pleasures and that sobriety is equal to a life of deprivation.
The reason why is because we are surrounded by images that make us believe that deep in our core. We've taught ourselves these beliefs.
I promise you can unlearn all of that!
In my opinion, the worst place is not sobriety but being in indecision on what to do and not even TRY sobriety.
There is nothing more time consuming than planning to drink, how much to drink, planning not to drink, the actual drinking and then the aftermath of drinking.
You are not only hungover physically, but HUNGOVER EMOTIONALLY.
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