When you find yourself on the brink of despair because of your drinking, when you lose the people you love because of your love for the bottle, when you pass up opportunities because you prioritized your cocktail hours, and when you think your life has no significant meaning because it’s only defined by your boozing,
For someone who has had problematic hangovers one time too many, deciding to quit is not only admirable, it’s also heroic. Alcohol consumption is a swirling vortex that attracts many and consumes most. Escaping from the black hole entails rigorous, step-by-step effort. And one of these steps would include one of the hardest parts of
Alcohol dependency can never result to eternally good things. Somewhere along the destructive line of alcohol abuse, matters would develop – matters that are no pieces of cake. A person who drinks either frequently or heavily will be subjected to a variety of health and relationship dramas that, obviously, will never be fairy-tale-ending materials.
In this world, drinking alcohol is one of the ways by which people deal with life. Its ability to give relief and comfort (though short-lived) is almost legendary. People gravitate to it and people grow to love it. It’s a social practice that has come to be accepted as a normal human activity. True, society
People drink for many reasons. When the problems come pouring in, many people find themselves pouring more and more alcohol out into their glass. Or when something so joyful happens, gratitude manifests itself through lots of cases of beer bottles.