Monday, January 21, 2013
Will Sobriety Make Me A Happier Person ?
When someone is addicted to drugs or alcohol, sobriety is the last thing on their mind because the addiction they have and live with over runs their body and minds. They even often ask themselves, "will sobriety make me a happier person?" Since I got clean and sober over three years ago I couldn't be happier.
Believe it or not, finding sobriety will be the first day of the rest of your sober life, and anyone that wants a better life for them selves and their family should really consider getting clean and sober and try sobriety out. You will never regret this huge life change, I am proof of it.
You will be surprised of how many good things come out of being sober. Life is a beautiful thing and so many people abuse alcohol and drugs and miss out on some of the best years of their lives all because of an avoidable addiction.
Finding sobriety in ones life is really right in front of them. The only problem is that many people with an addiction don't really care to be sober. They are so used to being drunk or high and forget about what life is really about.
If you want to know ways to stop drinking alcohol there are so many websites that you can go to that will help you get on that road to recovery. That is exactly what I did over three years ago. You can read comments on those sites from people just like you that are struggling to get sober just as you are.
As far as being a happier person if you were sober that answer is yes, at least it is for myself. You will feel so great about yourself and proud that you have beat the demons that have been running your life for so long.
Your family will also be so proud of the decision that you made to get clean and sober. You will wake up each morning feeling great with no hangovers and ready to take on the day with a clear head, instead of feeling like crap the entire day until you get that first drink of the day. and that cycle will go on and on day after day if you continue to drink alcohol.
Don't let alcohol control your life and those that love and care for you anymore. Take that first step towards sobriety and stop drinking alcohol and live the life you should be living, being happy and healthy.