Along with my alcoholism, I have several other addictions. I have found that every time I quit alcohol, one of my other addictions seems to take the lead. All the others are still there, but one of them seems to get just as bad as the drinking. I had decided to deal with my addictions one at a time, and to deal with the drinking first, since its the one that affects me and others most adversely. I just wonder if I am taking the right approach. Lately, Im thinking, maybe I should just start over with Step One and nip them all in the bud at once. And then, I wonder if that would be too much for me. Any suggestions?
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