Sunday, May 31, 2015

Guest Post: DUI Signals the End of a Drinking Career

This DUI was the last wakeup call in my drinking career. I knew it was a sign that I must change my life. I ended up going to rehab shortly after the crash. The reason being was that I was on crutches, but still drinking.

In rehab I learned about the twelve steps and I got a sponsor. Now I avoid

people, places and things

that will tempt me to drink. My life is 100% better now that I am learning to live alcohol free.

This new lifestyle will allow me to actually achieve my goals instead of just dreaming about them. I have the best job I ever had now that I am sober. I also feel better physically and mentally.


1 comment:

  1. I think everyone’s life is better without alcohol. It does harm to you and your body in more than one way. When I was working on a lawyer’s site at, he told me how drunk driving is dangerous for everyone and how you might ruin your whole life due to one stupid decision.


Thanks for your careful reflection here. Best to you as you continue to not drive impaired by alcohol or other drugs; also DO not text and eat while driving. Pull over to the side of the road if you need to do that.