So, I’m an alcoholic. That’s the only way to describe myself. Yes, there are days when I don’t drink at all or have a few drinks, but for me it’s not about the quantity of drinks – it’s about how my body reacts to them.
I can’t control that reaction so if you want to point out how “bad” alcohol is for me then you’re just being ignorant and self-righteous.
You know what? It doesn’t really matter because this isn’t your blog post – this is mine! So let me just get on with it…
Daily Reflections September 10
They [the Promises] will always materialize if we work for them. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 84
Humble myself to make amends is the only way I will heal.
The light of happiness, harmony and friendship are within my grasp with A.A as a guidepost for what’s possible now that he has humble himself in return-and not just once but every day since then too!
I am so glad that I found Alcoholics Anonymous. It has given me a life of happiness and freedom from the bondage of addiction to alcohol. And, as we all know, it can be difficult at first to take those steps towards sobriety and long-term healing.
But if you’re willing to humble yourself enough by admitting your alcoholism or drug addiction and asking for help, then chances are good that A.A will be able to give you what you need in order to live a sober lifestyle free from drugs or alcohol forever!