Very quickly you turned on me again and became my every waking thought. It is my time to win. Supports I didn't know I had. You may need to take that letter to a safe place and burn it. We lost our connection the minute I realized you had been lying to me all along. Go far away and never come back. I also was moved by the part about if you see the pills again, how it would be from a different perspective.
There was something about you, you were unlike any friend I had ever had; you made me feel great about myself, gave me courage to do things I never would have done without you and you allowed me to make so many other new friends. It'll also please you to know, evilness, that you had me staying in a bad relationship just to keep you around me at all times. You gave me heartaches and burned bridges. I thought I had escaped you but you came back in full force, worse than ever, again in the form of alcohol. I tried to leave you before, but you just came back even stronger and harder than before. I was asked to write this letter…a goodbye letter to my addiction. As I type it I can see the emotion illustrated in my handwriting.
But know this, I will be watching. I remember when you first came into my life. I will expose you and your lies. So nagging and convincing, you got me every time. I grabbed that bottle of vodka, putting it straight to my mouth, feeling it burn down my throat and into my stomach. I don't drink and I have to thank Smart and my supports for helping me find my way.
My pride forced me into a paper route and routine stealing to cover up my insecurity about being the son of a poor alcoholic. I have been feeling a little lost I admit. Ive been a non drinker since December 18,2013. I put my well-being in danger, by buying you from a stranger. By halting my maturation process, you allowed me to avoid serious relationships altogether. I trusted you… I put my faith in you… and you let me down. I have been struggling with the push and pull of giving up alcohol for about 4 years.
All other calls will be routed to Delphi Behavioral Health Group. Is it clear that you and the drug are through? Worst of all, you have a serious jealousy streak in you, bordering on psychotic. For many reasons,I began to rely on you more. This is what I wrote. I know that you're mad now, that I have tools in my box.
It is not meant to be a substitute for professional care. Dependent by the age of 15, I added spirits to everything, even my food. You make me depend on you to live, make me steal, lie, manipulate others, hurt my family and friends…and hurt myself. You gave me a voice and although it was not a voice heard by anyone but me it was with me constantly, chattering away non-stop like white noise. For these and my upcoming books; please visit my Author Page — Books are now available on , , , , and many other online stores. If I see you deceiving others I will share the light with them.
At first, I thought we were friends, I thought that we could go and have fun nights out drinking with friends, but I was so wrong. Good Bye Break-Up Letter to Alcohol Dear Alcohol, This is a difficult letter to write, and I should have written it years ago. You are a constant on this journey of mine. You also helped me through some rough periods in my life too. When the courtship began it was all good.
The people closest to me were seeing a difference. When your effects foisted severe panic attacks upon my fragile frame, you were always around to make things right again. Our company was founded by and staffed with recovering addicts cultivating recovery resources through sharing our own experience, strength, and hope. Your drug of choice stays with you no matter what. Thanks for filling up my veins in October 1998 to a toxic level. I think I would like to do the same. No more nodding out, or trips to the hood.
As I bid you one final farewell, please know that this is the last you will hear from me. This is goodbye and good riddance forever. Women come and go, Sherry is always waiting, along with Bud and Jose and their friends. You got your claws in me again…but how did you do it? To receive early access to the Ascent app,. So, My Friend, here is where I tell you that I loved you. I must try and look on this as a slip…and remember my 4 months abstinent. Its all coming back now along with ambition.