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    The demon alcohol has many tricks in its bag. The “I was good all week; I deserve a drink” is one trick thought the demon alcohol inserts in your brain. So that you will keep the demon alive.

    You think you are thinking these thoughts, but you’re not, it’s the alcohol taking over your thinking. Don’t let it.



    @Missy7 3006798 wrote:

    From reading on 12 Step National Meetings, I am so surprised that the weekends have such a big impact on so many people. Oh, don’t get me wrong, I know I have a weekend problem, but seems everyone does. I just thought I was a weakling.

    But in this thread, I really just wanted us to talk about the idea…and I think my answer that it’s the weekend, no matter how many days that falls from the quit.

    at least for me the weekend was always a time to “unwind”, after all i had a hard week at work (and even gym in not so distant past)…
    in the early days, when i was clearly crossing over from social drinker to alcoholic, i would rarely drink during the weekdays, which gave the false sense of having control over the problem. it didn’t take very long before “unwinding” started happening on a much more frequent basis…



    Hi missy7, I’m still here, you responded to my first post. My sober date is march 1 so i hang with the march people. I know what you mean about wondering what happened to people.

    I find weekends harder than the week routine. Been thinking about you and am glad you posted.

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