Good Afternoon Paulos,
I know you feel like you just do not have what it takes to kick your addictions to the curb and I am sorry you feel so down. Good for you, 29 days off alcohol.
Sam has advised you well and I agree with him. Over the past couple of years you have had many plans to overcome your drug and alcohol problems.
This is your battle, Paulos. We are here to support you but only you can truly get well.
With prayers and compassion,
Paulos you have been given great advice.
I was wondering if you would ever consider rehab as an in-patient? If you spent serious time in there it may well give you the boost you need to get back on track and give you the tools to know how to stay on track in the future. Also in a proper rehab facility you would go to one on one counselling and that could help you find the cause or trigger for your addictions, and group therapy can be so helpful, its great spending time with people who understand your journey because theirs is so similar. Just a thought.
All the best, hang in there mate,
Post Edited (Mazfire) : 10/16/2009 6:06:15 PM (GMT-6)
You continue to have excuses for why you will not go to treatment or join a group. There are many groups out there that you could join online however nothing takes the place of live meetings. It is to easy to just quit online groups.
Here are some links for you:
Yahoo Support Groups - Alcoholism
Yahoo Support Groups - Substance Abuse
"When you've fallen flat on your back, with no where else to go, look up--God is always just a whisper away."
I wish you luck Paulos but I have exhausted any ideas for you. You must do this because you want it. You can do it !
I sent you an email as your post felt to me like you were not pleased with my response, sorry if I misunderstood you. You used caps in your post which made it appear like you were shouting and not saying you liked any of the suggestions I had posted.
Sorry if you were being sincere. I truly do have your best interests at heart and hope you can find help it kicking this monster that wants to be your best friend, addiction.
My prayers to you to help you stay strong.