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An Inspirational Story For Alcoholics On How To Quit Drinking

Writer James Joyce, who struggled with alcohol addiction, photographed by Man Ray, Wikipedia

One year before I met my wife, I quit drinking. When I look into her eyes, and the eyes of our son, I know we never would have met, if I had not broken the cycle.

You need to understand that you can’t continue. Sooner or later, it has to stop. If you can assure your safety, you can do this on your own.

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James Gordon

James Gordon

MFA in Creative Writing. Enjoys music, writing, and spending time with his wife and son. Writes about mental health, movies, and other topics.

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