Nams, another powerful write. Nicely rhymed through out. Now, onto the heart of this. Every single day you don't drink is a victory. Take those victories, you earned them. Have you started changing your habits on the weekends? If you start doing something totally different that keeps your mind off the drinking it should help. We are all rooting for You! Hugs-
At the moment however, i have been trying to keep things as normal as possible.. silly i know considering - however im in a routine where the anxiety is under control... i dont think i could deal with that as well at the moment haha
There will be ups and downs and as with any addiction times will be testing.. I have an eating disorder I am trying to overcome and its like an addiction of my own figure and my own mind seems to be controlling me and once we are no longer controlled and have taken control we will do this. I personally think you've overcome the worse of it. Good luck in coming over the tallest mountain., just remember the horizon is usually clearer and much more beautiful when it isn't masked with darkness.
Thank you Phil. I wish you all the best in your struggles. If you need a chat, always here..
2 years ago
by Ben Pickard
As Ren says, keep your eyes on the horizon, Naomi - keep them on the initial goal. Change is never easy and can sometimes feel like a backward step. But keep trudging through the snow, and things will get easier in time.
Another deeply raw and emotional write! The road to healing is never easy, and some days it may even seem impossible, but do not fret! There are better days ahead, even if it doesn't feel like it. Keep your eyes on the horizon, hon, and don't look back, because every day is a chance to start new...just like the sun rising with a new dawn. It's a rough road that you're on, but one you'll find falling further and further behind you as you continue forward, and it'll get smoother with the more steps you take. Don't lose hope. <3 So much love and healing to you!