Once sober, I had a choice. I could choose a wonderful opportunity to learn and grow spiritually or I could continue with my cop out attitude and blame everyone and everything for my life. I didn't know what was ahead of me, but I knew what was behind me. It was time for me to stop screaming out for everyone else's pity, unravel the knot and seek what I wanted from life. It wasn't my surroundings or circumstances that was keeping me miserable, it was me and the time came for me to make a conscious decision about what I was going to settle for in life. You can too. So knock yourselves out, have the courage to break the cycle and become all that you can be, you deserve no less.
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