Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance
It may have started out as an occasional drink after work. Then it was every night. And now you find you can’t control it any more. Realizing you have a problem, as they say, is indeed the first step in dealing with an addiction.
Alcoholism is a disease. It can tear families apart, or cause you to lose a life-long career. Some people, unfortunately, may have to hit rock bottom before even realizing they’re out of control.
No matter what stage of alcoholic you are, you can find help. There are groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous, where you can go and discuss your problem. They will provide you with support if you truly want to quit drinking and stay sober.
If your addiction is more advanced, you may need to seek personal counseling or check into a rehabilitation facility. You will need to get to the deeper root of your problem, and figure out what was causing you to abuse alcohol in the first place. Once you know why you drink, you can work on fixing it in a positive way.
Through changing your way of thinking and your self-destructive actions, you can get your life back on track. The main component in your finding a cure is the desire to get better.
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