Living your Truth
A lot of things I have learned over the last three months is that me being honest with myself and everyone has made it easier for me to fight my addiction. I spent three years hiding and covering up my shame and fear because I thought that I would be rejected by people.
The overwhelming support that I get daily from all of you makes me stronger every day.
I received a message asking me what is different now in my life.
The obvious things are that being sober means I am more focused on myself and my goals. I am rebuilding relationships that I fucked up and forgiving myself for all the shit I did to damage my life. Any of you who think that addictions are a choice need to seriously get an education about it. No way would I have chosen this. It is a minute by minute, hour by hour struggle some days.
The thing that I am most happy about is now that I am sober, and I told all of you about my addiction, that I am living my truth.
My Life Truth.
I lived a life that was not mine for three years. I was deceptive, I was angry, I was lonely, I was ashamed.
All because I was living a life that I did not want to live.
If you are living a life that is not yours?
A life that is not your dream?
A life that is not your passion?
Then you are living a LIE!
Even worse is, if you are trying to live someone else’s dream and trying to make their dreams fit into your life.
You are living a lie!
Now you know why you are unhappy and depressed all the time.
My advice LIVE YOUR TRUTH. Be honest with who you are and find your own dreams and make your life yours.
We only get one shot here, make it count.
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I was talking to my sponsor he told me that when I am lonely or bored and thinking about my addiction – that I should help someone else which is a great way to snap out of what I am doing or thinking. I am going to start writing my personal workouts in detail on here and on my social media.