For decades, I drank too much.
Through willpower and "decision" I would string a few days without drinking. Soon, I would start coming out of my skin.
I didn't really know how to stop drinking. I didn't really know how to live without the drinking.
I was stuck. I was terrified.
Until the day that everything changed.
Sounds interesting? It is.
I realized nobody was going to do this for me.
I realized I had a problem with drinking, yes. But there was more. I had problems with:
- Victimhood. I loved playing small and justify my drinking.
- Integrity. I had 1000 excuses, and gave myself a pass, daily.
- Self-trust. I couldn't trust myself to do what I said I would.
- Honesty. I kept pretending I had shit under control.
I'd been asking the wrong question.
The question was not "how can I quit drinking?"
The question was: "How can I start transforming my relationship with myself and my life?
To answer that, first I had to step into a place of ownership.
Next, I had to do the work of transformation.
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