Alcoholism

Asking Friends to Hold Me Accountable Helped Win My Battle with Addiction

My day didn’t truly begin until I’d had a beer and two shots

I sat on my bedroom floor struggling to get my sock on my left foot. My hand trembled and the sock shot halfway across the room.

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I write about writing, ideas, creativity, intuition, spirituality, life lessons. Ex-college teacher https://ko-fi.com/paulryburn Twitter: @paulryburn

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Paul Ryburn, M.Sc.

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I write about writing, ideas, creativity, intuition, spirituality, life lessons. Ex-college teacher https://ko-fi.com/paulryburn Twitter: @paulryburn

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