Fear, uncertainty, apprehension, maybe even a touch of Imposter Syndrome were all coursing through my veins as I stepped into the first Alcoholics Anonymous meeting of my life. I wasn´t sure if I belonged there or if my 4 year abstinence from alcohol meant that I was not really an alcoholic.
Life after Strattera has not been easy but each day that passes I feel more positive and closer to finding the inner peace that I have spent my life searching for.
Overcoming addiction is possible. It is not easy and it is not quick but it is possible. Chipping away at the false pleasures sets you free.
First of all, I would like to apologise for abandoning the blog for such a long time. I was undergoing a lot of changes mentally and was really struggling to get anything done. I knew I had to just ride out the tough times, try to learn as much from it all, and emerge stronger... Continue Reading →
Read an honest account of the struggles caused by an addiction to alcohol. Lewis is a recovering alcoholic and tells his story in a witty way.
"We don't suffer from a "disorder", we just function differently in a world that's definitely not made for us" Read about ADHD here!
ADHD makes living in the present incredibly difficult, but I am determined to learn this year. I am sick of the ADHD brain driving me insane.
My ADHD and Addiction to everything meant that I never learned to deal with emotions. I am trying to cure my addiction and learn to deal with life.