Cycle

The cycle of my drinking “problem” didn’t change. I’d start each day with an impending sense of doom, try not to have more than a few panic attacks, convince myself that my life is so hard I need to drink, then do it all over again. One of the craziest things was that I’d PROMISE myself and think I meant it – to not pick up a bottle or two before five pm. Somehow my car always ended up in the parking lot of one of the three places I’d buy alcohol (3 because I switched it up so no one saw how many consecutive days I drank 🤣). Starting the days like that set me up for extreme disappointment. I was always chasing that four beer buzz. I’d get that then keep drinking until it ran out. My addicted days were selfish and ignorant. I prefer the way I wake up today. Fresh, happy, and excited for the week. I never know what might happen so I’m going to take advantage of my health and try to sprinkle a little kindness and love wherever I go. Happy Monday, sober family. Keep it simple today.
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