when you honestly want to,

you find you cannot quit entirely,

or if when drinking,

you have little control

over the amount you take,

you are probably alcoholic.”


BB p 44


Denial, guilt, shame or for whatever reason

one of the most difficult things for a drunk to do

is to admit to himself and the rest of the world,

“I am an alcoholic.”

No one may call another an alcoholic but you can

ask them to read this book, listen to our stories

and then decide if they may have a problem with alcohol.

Then , if they are willing to admit that there may be a problem,

suggest to them that there is a “Better Way”.

Recovery is one day at a time.

Sobriety is a blessing from our Higher Power.


ME and the Boss


And, if no one has told you yet today,

God loves you and so do we.







About michael_e

Retired in Florida, God's waiting room. Jack of all trades master of none...when I stop learning you can feed me to the fishes. Becoming a curmudgeon and learning to love it. View all posts by michael_e

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