Demons

This is a serious post, so if you do not want to read it, then by all means, skip it.

Last Sunday I got drunk and did something really bad. I do not want to go into specifics, but would rather talk about where I plan to go from here. First thing is, I am quitting drinking, I am looking into AA and have an appointment with a neurologist/psychiatrist.

Why the medical help? Well, the nurse from my insurance company says it sounds like I have a chemical imbalance which causes me to blackout when I drink. I also need to talk about things, I mean, I tend to bottle things up and then when I am drunk, like really drunk, they explode out of me, and I tend to hurt the people I love. So I need to get help, because I am absolutely tired of hurting people, physically and emotionally.

Anyways, do not think this means I will no longer have fun, it just means I will no longer be drinking. I can definitely have fun without alcohol. Hopefully everyone out there can be understanding of that.

2 thoughts on “Demons

  1. That took a lot of courage to admit your problems on a public space.I would definitely say you are on your way to a very strong and healthy recovery. I am very very proud of you and support you all the way. I love you.
    Mom

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