It’s easy to feel down in the dumps when you’re an alcoholic. Every day is a battle, and it seems like things will never get better. But it’s important to stay positive and keep fighting.
Today, I’m going to share my thoughts for April 12th. Today, I’m feeling grateful for all the progress I’ve made and all the good in my life. Yes, there are still bad days, but I know that I can get through them with God’s help.
Today, I’m also feeling hopeful for the future. There’s no doubt that this is going to be a tough journey, but I know that I can do it if I stay strong and keep fighting.
Daily Reflections April 12
. . . where alcohol has been involved, we have been strangely insane.ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 38
I ask God to help me understand and accept the full meaning of my disease, Alcoholism.
I was never free from alcohol’s demands until death came knocking on its door; it always had complete control over every aspect of my life – even when I tried not drinking or using drugs for a while (and succeeded).
It robbed me from making good decisions in any part- whether at home with family members who loved you unconditionally but were fighting for their own sanity as much yours because they couldn’t see what we could anymore either…or outside working hard everyday against all odds only be met by harsh consequences afterwards if this terrible condition wasn’t there calling us back into submission again!
Conclusion paragraph: Alcoholism is a disease that destroys lives. It can be difficult to understand how it affects someone who doesn’t have the disease, but with help from friends and family members anything is possible.
I hope by reading this you found some insight into alcoholism and what it does to people’s lives. If you or someone close to you needs help overcoming addiction, please don’t hesitate in reaching out for support. We are here for you!