I feel more resolved this time to quit though. I can do this life better, I can be present in it and aware of it. Thank you for your inspiring and encouraging blog! Best of luck with your alcohol free journey Michelle! Down to one glass of wine a night from I just want to be alcohol free. Hi Cindy, making that final leap into sobriety will feel so good! We always discover that alcohol does NOT do what we think it does… If you need any help finding complete freedom, it would be a pleasure to work with you.
I stop 18 months ago not percent why, lots of reasons I guess. Congratulations Angela! Well done. I had to pick up my husband after he had been golfing and drinking all day. He is 73 he left at am and this was pm.
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He could barely walk. Thankfully he called. Yet his reasoning was that there were a lot of people there drinking and celebrating he thought he needed to stay provide support as the restaurant has been talking about closing because of to few customers. That was s new excuse to me. Thought I should share.
For ever good reason I find to stop, I always find a reason to restart or carry on. All the lies you mention I have told myself. Does this madness ever end?
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My 6 week course comes with a busy and inspiring community plus coaching from me to help keep you on track. Number 4 resonates with me — 3 years ago there was a collision of crises. My job was very stressful working with a narcissistic, Machiavellian sociopath , I was doing post-grad study, sole parenting, and then my mother was diagnosed with an illness that became an 8 week journey of hell for the family until her demise.
My GP has been warning me for several months that my liver health is not great and last month the results were terrible. This alone has been the final catalyst to put the brakes on for a month.
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What about taking a break from drinking instead? That is generally a far less overwhelming thought! Today is my 27th day AF,The first week was not easy, Specially since I have people that drinks frequently in front of me, one of them is my husband. I feel very good and dont want to drink again. I keep telling people I am taking a 78 days break, since everyone keeps asking. I love to have fun without drinking. I told my self all those lies so many times. It will be like if I already run 5 miles, and someone makes me go back and do it all over again when I have no more energy for it. I have been trying to quit drinking for over 5 years now and keep failing.
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I work at night so coming home late and starting to drink is making me exhausted. I end up having a couple of days off then go back on it. I think I need to really pre-plan what I will do with the time and make myself do something different. Alcohol is making me so miserable. I need a hard kick up the bottom I think. I so need to sort myself out. It sounds as if you could benefit from some ongoing support?
My 6 week course comes with coaching from me, plus access to my busy and inspiring online community. I was fed up and ready to live alcohol free and I want to continue. These are all so true for me! I really like what you wrote about what other people might think and that how I feel and think is much more important. That insight is very empowering. I think about walking around with gallon milk jugs full of wine. For me, that is a problem I can be free of. Work is definitely my main excuse to drink. On Monday, instead, I just tried to think about all the positives in my life, and that actually helped!
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