Yesterday I watched a movie Allen Carr-Easy way. It was my second or third time when I am watching it. It always helps to stop smoking for some time but sooner or later I pick up one cigarette and thats it. I am there again. There is no “just one cigarette” There is no understanding … Continue reading I want to quit smoking now
Self-development is key Since I stop drinking and I felt a lot of depressions I realize that after smaller or bigger depression I start to learn and study and improve myself. Actually, it’s a wonderful feeling that you can learn and learn and then you just regret that you waste so much time on useless … Continue reading Tired of your life? Change your thinking.
Some years ago I was asking myself – how to change my life in a better way? What should I do? Where should I go? Who could help me change my life? Is it possible even to change it? So many questions and so fewer answers. My life was crazy – believe me CRAZY. Of … Continue reading Anonymous alcoholics – life recovery
Yesterday I cried, feel depressed, but today I said to myself – stay strong, bitch! I went today to an AA meeting and I share my feelings. I rarely share – I shy and just afraid of talking in front of other people even if I don’t like them. I share my feeling today as … Continue reading Stay sober, bitch, whatever it takes (AA)
Depressed after broken relationships? I fell like I am back to life now again and finally I am over my pain, depression, and obsession of man. What can I say? It was experience and experience in life makes you stronger, more mature in life. After falling down, you stand up and stay stronger than before. … Continue reading Depressed after broken relationships!
Sometimes I think I am too weak for this crazy world. I feel like I am so bad, I am so big loser, but then I also realize that it is not true. No one can make you feel like looser. You need to stay strong in moments when you feel you are so down … Continue reading Too weak for this world? Stay strong!
First-year of being sober. I am so close to almost 1 year of not drinking – its life-changing. However, it’s really hard. I don’t know how I survive this year. In AA (alcoholics anonymous) they say – do not start relationships while you didn’t reach 1 year of sober. I am the person who needs … Continue reading First-year of being sober