It's the first of January, so a perfect opportunity to quit the booze and get with the program. You're scared what might happen? Of course, you are, you wouldn't be you if you weren't scared. But think about this – what is the worst that can happen if you stop drinking? And what is the worst that can happen if you keep on drinking?
It took me seven years to kick my alcohol addiction. Seven long years of trying and failing to stop drinking alcohol after 35 years of consistent heavy boozing. If you are struggling to come to terms with your alcohol addiction, then you have landed at your final destination, because I made this website for you.
If you think you need to stop drinking, but you're not sure how close you are to being an alcoholic, then this article might help you make your mind up. If you are reading this then for starters you probably need to stop.
Alcoholics are the ones who sleep under the doorway at night, the tramp who sleeps on the park bench with his brown paper bag or the old man that shuffles along home along the streets unshaved, unkempt, with his carrier bag held tightly to his chest at 10 am in the morning.
Take a few minutes to add up the amount of money you spend on alcohol every week. No seriously, do it, and don't skimp on the extras.
There, right there, is the reason you are continually flirting with the limit on your bank overdraft. All your money is going on booze, and it is averysobering exercise to count up the amount of cash you drink away each week.
Being permanently schnockered is why you are so poor.