Sober livingDear Addiction, My Love

Dear Addiction, My Love

I flashed back to all the good times, but they were not to be anymore. I believe that feeling of loss is something similar to what you are experiencing in order to live on. Your old life must die, and there is tremendous pain with that death. Each day you will want to use substances just one more time.

So, if you’ve been wondering why I said goodbye to you for good, it was because I began to resent you and then quickly fell out of love with you. I sleep a whole lot more and value my downtime. Even in the goodbye letter to addiction silence, I’m comfortable without you. I know your voice when you come to visit these days and it’s safe to say your old pick up lines don’t impress me anymore. It feels good to know true freedom these days.

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You have become incredibly cruel and a tremendous liar. Many times, I believed things were starting to look up; you—being vindictive—did everything in your power to pull me down. Without you, Addiction, I’m doing things I’ve never thought were possible.

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  • I no longer feel weighed down by you and have since found clarity and purpose.
  • I didn’t even look at you the whole time I was there.
  • I realized that if I continued to see you, I would be enslaved by you forever.

If there’s one thing that I can thank you for, it’s that you gave me the ability to never judge anyone else because I’ve now been through it and I understand. I still am an addict, but I now learn how to cope and control it to the best of my ability in ways that you can’t take from me now. I will continue to build my castle with happiness and joy and I won’t ever let you in again. You will be a past enemy, not a mistake but an enemy. I was meant to go through what I went through with you, but I will never have to do it again. I will stand tall and proud that I have made it out and I’ll do anything that I can to help others see the light. Butch worked for one of the state’s first intensive outpatient programs in Jackson, TN and the Jackson Area Council on Alcoholism.

The Accountable Recovery Blog

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dear addiction letter

It’s a time in your life where the scales are not balanced. You are working so hard to survive but everyone is saying no.

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