Ready for Recovery?
“Do I really have a problem?”
Each person’s “bottom” is different. Some people recognize they are in trouble early. When they don’t feel in control of their drinking anymore. When they lose a promotion or mess up a deal. When they get a DWI.
Others wait until they lose their jobs or their families, until they hurt someone in a traffic accident, until a child runs away from home, or until liver disease lands them in the hospital. Still others stubbornly hold out for a bottom that lands them in jail or on the street. A few never stop denying until they are undeniably dead.
What you need to ask yourself is:
“How far down do I want to go before I make an effort to come back up?”
“Am I willing to risk the possibility that I’ll NEVER make it back up?”
Many of us started to drink or use because mind-altering substances made life seem better, at least for a while. By the time we got into recovery, we felt trapped. We were drinking and/or using to live and living to drink or use.
We were sick and tired of being sick and tired.
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