I’m not sure if I should be happy or sad. Alcohol addiction is a messy thing, and the only person who can fix it is you.
You need to want to change, but that’s where it gets difficult because alcoholics are the most stubborn people on earth. The good news though is there are some tools out there that can help push you in the right direction like AA meetings, therapy sessions, and 12 step programs like Narcotics Anonymous (NA).
These things all have something in common which is helping people get sober one day at a time through hard work and determination. If you’re ready to make changes then please reach out for help!
Daily Reflections March 18
The more we become willing to depend upon a Higher Power, the more independent we actually are.TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 36
When I was weak, incomplete and unable to trust God on my own merits He provided for me.
As a result of being willing enough in myself that He could use whatever talents or abilities were available at the time; I received mercy from Him as if by miracle!
Through trusting fully into His hands everything comes when You need it most because not only will there be no more worries about where your next meal is coming from – but also knowing Who has made all things work together (Psalm 144:3) provides great peace within us even during difficult times.”
I want to challenge you, the reader of this blog post, to try something new.
Take a step down your path of reliance on God by being willing for Him to provide all that is needed in life—no matter what it may be or when it might come.
Begin with willingness and trust will follow.
The more trust there is, the greater our dependence upon our Higher Power becomes–the more we are able to see how He provides everything good for us that would not otherwise have been possible without His provision through Jesus Christ.