So drunk..

Ya ya, yada yada.

I’m super drunk now. I feel great. Why bother to sober up!?  Stop reading my blog. I’m going to die soon from the alcohol. Whatever…yada, yada, yada.

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15 thoughts on “So drunk..

  1. The only way to recover is to work your program with the same level of intensity that you gave to your drinking. That means 90 meetings in 90 days, calling your sponsor every day And beginning to work the steps. Anything else will ultimately lead to the bottle.
    That has been my personal experience
    Moshe

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  2. Hi Nelson,
    You may have started drinking for social reasons, to wind down, to take the the edge off , to reduce stress, anxiety, to escape from loneliness, etc. … but not now you have crossed over the line into full blown addiction…. alcohol addiction is deadly… read the statistics… not everyone who makes attempts to be sober succeeds… that’s a fact… not negative thinking…. it has brought down many, many people. It’s not about the declarations, the proclamations, the resolutions, the wishful thinking etc. … seek professional intervention at a 24 hour facility… your best chance… take that step. you deserve to live a life without the bondage of alcohol addiction.
    strength for today and hope for tomorrow

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  3. Nelson, what do you want people to say to you? You post on a sobriety based blogging community, 3 times a day, saying how pissed you are. Every day. Mate, people on here will support you, no matter what, but at some point, it has to start with YOU. When was the last time you posted sober? Come on, pal, just try a day. Don’t think further ahead than one day. Please try.

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  4. It’s easy to get to the point that you feel like your life doesn’t matter. Who cares if you die? People will be better off without you. That’s what I thought.
    I was wrong. I was so wrong. I’ve been wavering these past few days about drinking or not drinking, the same old bullshit. I will not drink, not today. I can see myself in you, Nelson, and what you’re saying cuts me because I care what happens to you, and I don’t even know you.What about those people who do know you and love you? What about you? You were not meant for this kind of life. You were meant for far better things, and deep down, you know it. A good friend once said to me, “If you ever decide to save yourself …” and that was all I heard. If I ever decided to save myself. I had to decide it was worth doing. And it is.
    Nelson, you kept me sober today. Thank you.

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      • I was teary when I wrote it. : )
        We’ve got to hang in there, Nelson. I know you’re worth it. You can choose life, and you are helping more people than just me when it comes to recognizing how difficult this battle is. Don’t let it kill you, Nelson. I want you to win.

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      • Exactly … a nightmare that you can’t wake up from. I have been dealing with this for a long, long time. But there is only today. That took me forever to accept because I am always willing to make drastic choices and tough decisions tomorrow. Tomorrow, I will change. That always left me today to drink because somewhere down the line, I would have to stop. I try not to think beyond today anymore. I won’t drink today, and tomorrow will take care of itself. Good talking to you, Nelson. ; )

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  5. oh boy… I hope you are feeling okay this morning… it’s a beautiful sunny day out. Rise and shine, take some advils, drink water… today’s a new day!

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