At 16 you told me you couldn’t take drugs do drugs, you couldn’t comprehend doing that to yourself, by 28 your an Addict and Alcohol is your drug, Do you have what it takes to give your drug up?? Do you have the strength of character and will power to change your life?? 

The sad part about all of this is you uttered these words to me. “My father had to have  hypnotherapy for his addiction”. When you uttered those words could you even comprehend that 10 years down the line you would be faced with the same issue?

At 17 ” I couldnt and would never do drugs, I wouldn’t want to put that in my body”. You were athletic and a gym freak. You even hated getting inebriated. I quote you, ” I like to be in control”

Your an intelligent person. I will give you that. You are not thick by any stretch of the imagination. Surely on some conscious level. You must realise the correlation between amount of alcohol and the symptoms you now face.

Cravings, aggression and withdrawal shakes from not having an ‘alcoholic drink’ have become ‘normal for you’.

You are better than this.

I question though you as a sensitive soul and individual. Do you have the mental fortitude to do what it takes to get yourself off it.

That means changing your views on drink, weening yourself off drink and changing the way you think about life.

It’s all up to you…

How alcohol is a drug just like cocaine and is just a band aid for your problems, nothing more than an artificial illusion, take it away then you have to face reality. Without it you are Clark Kent, keep it  your superman, invincible and popular. So why would you give it up??

Why would anyone want to give up their vice. It makes them feel good, adored and popular. Suddenly, you have friends, Your travelling, Your on fire. You look up to people in awe. 

There are no issues at all. suddenly everything in your life is going well?? or is it??

Hey who wants to give up a drug that makes them feel like this. The point is like an antidepressant it’s not real. You are living your life on a drug. The drug controls you. The drug controls your actions. The drug controls your happy, the drug controls your sad. It’s an artificial pick me up and an addiction at the same time.

Did you ever wonder why you lived your whole life being socially awkward now all of a sudden you are a party goer, socialite. 

If I could take a substance that would make me twice as outgoing as I used to be then hell maybe I would think about it.

But no the reality is I am socially quiet and  shy and would never and could never take something that would alter my character.

I know my own character inside and out and I would understand the difference.

It’s easy to get why people wouldn’t want to give it up because it means facing the true reality of themselves and that’s something they don’t want to do.