A.U.D Vs Alcoholism

I’m interested in how Alcoholism is defined within professional circles and how this interpretation filters down into society to the individual. Is it a mental disorder, a spiritual malady, a disease, a choice, a combination, and how is it diagnosed and treated? Following is what I learned and it isn’t necessarily what I was expecting.Continue reading “A.U.D Vs Alcoholism”

Alcoholism Recovery: #odaat

One day at a time. #adaat. It’s a saying, a statement, a concept that I haven’t deeply explored during my sobriety. I initially took it at face value, connecting it to the idea of ‘keep it simple’. I just have to be sober a day at a time and if this means reciting the SerenityContinue reading “Alcoholism Recovery: #odaat”

– Progressive +

Alcohol was always a readily available option for me. A substance that initially was shrouded in an adult veil, obscure and intriguing to me in my early teens. Yearning to feel different from the inexplicable emptiness, unhappiness and fear, I was immediately flirtatious with the intoxicating affects of drinking alcohol. I recall finding a bottleContinue reading “– Progressive +”