This is not an easy thing to admit for anyone. It was not for me. I spent many years denying my own mental health issues. I figured the more I drank, the better off I would be. It made me feel good in the beginning. After a while, I felt like I was getting into a rut. I felt like I was just not living life. My life was defined by the booze and covering up the pain.
Are you facing the same problem?
There is hope. The first thing you need to do is admit you have a problem. The next step is to find a recovery center nearest to you.
1) You may be drowning your sorrows in alcohol to dull the pain of something traumatic that happened to you when you were younger.
2) You may be drinking to please your friends. Sometimes the wrong crowd can cause us to drink more and start some very unpleasant habits.
3) You may be struggling with social anxiety. Having a few drinks may take the edge off for you. The only bad part about this is that you will eventually have to add more drinks to get the same feeling. Having a few drinks may help in the beginning. After a while, the booze will do the opposite. You will become more isolated.
4) You may be suffering from depression and need to feel better inside.
There are a lot of reasons why people get involved in drinking and/or drug use. Do yourself a favor. Make the choice to get help. I did. The "feeling" can only go on for so long before it gets boring.
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