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Addiction to alcohol puts you onto a path self-destruction unless you are able to break free. Giving up this substance without some help can be tough, which is why the majority of attempts to go it alone end in failure. If you feel ready to break away from this addiction, you can greatly increase your odds of success by getting some help.

Going It Alone Makes It More Difficult To Break Away From Addiction

The problem with trying to give up alcohol without help is that you are facing an enemy that understands all of your weaknesses. Addiction can trick you into poor reasoning, sucking away your motivation to quit. When you do battle with addiction, you are trying to escape a foe that has managed to take root within your own thinking; this makes it so difficult to break away.

As soon as you try to give up alcohol you are going to begin experiencing withdrawal symptoms. These symptoms can feel a lot worse than they are because you know how easy it would be for you to escape them; all you have to do is pick up the bottle again. You are also going to be dealing with intense cravings, making it is just too tempting to give into these when you are trying to stop drinking without help.

The other reason why going it alone is a mistake is that you may not have the tools necessary to deal with sober living. This means that after you have given up alcohol you may find life to be a struggle. You may then decide that sober living just is not very satisfying so you make the decision to relapse back to drinking; it may even mean that you never again develop the motivation to quit.

Help for Alcoholics is About Taking Charge

You may have strong feelings about the idea that it is up to you to sort out your own problems. It is understandable why you might feel this way, but this type of thinking only serves to keep you trapped in the addiction. The mental obsession that drives your alcoholism depends on the ability to isolate you because this makes it much harder for you to escape. You may believe that refusing to get help is a sign of your independent spirit, but the reality is that it is actually a sign that you have become a slave to addiction.

If you look at all of the successful people in the world – people like Richard Branson and Steve Jobs – you may conclude that these are examples of the importance of being your own man or woman. The reality is that these entrepreneurs are not successful because they did it all without any help. In fact, the complete opposite is true. These people managed to achieve so much because they were able to get the help they needed by surrounding themselves with the right people. It is just a myth that these people got where they are by their own efforts; there is always going to be an impressive team behind them.

When you get help for your addiction problems, you are acting like the entrepreneur who is choosing the right resources to help them succeed.  Asking for this help has nothing to do with weakness; it is a sign that you are in charge and ready to take control of your life.

Find Help for Alcoholics

There is plenty of help available for alcoholics who feel ready to break away from addiction. If you have been addicted for a long time, it may be best to choose some type of inpatient rehabilitation programme. If you are unsure about your needs, you might want to speak to an addiction counsellor.

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