Good Bye Letter to Alcohol

All of these things, and it was still not enough for you. I didn’t even care that you had zero concerns about what happened to me. Had I overdosed and died, you would have moved on to someone else in less than a heartbeat. But it didn’t matter; I was the person you had chosen at that moment. I started off every day trying to find you because I desperately felt that you could fix all of my problems. I fail now to comprehend why it took me so long to understand that you were the problem.

  • Their constant reminders of what my dad’s best friend did to him and other friends slowly faded away.
  • I liked the way you made me feel but I didn’t like how I was around you.
  • You caused me pain and burnt bridges.
  • I would try sometimes to go out and have fun with my real friends.
  • I am not going to stop stepping into the light.
  • The Goodbye letter is a form of “therapy” to solidify the decision to be rid of the addiction, whatever it may be.

If you wish to contact a specific rehab facility then find a specific rehab facility using our treatment locator page or visit You too can have a long term of sober living with only two requirements. I knew it wasn’t right, you weren’t right, but I just kept going back for more. You convinced me that if I couldn’t have you, nothing mattered—not my family, my girls, my life, not even Me.

Dear Addiction to Heroin

Life went on without incident and the days turned into months. We had our routine and we were sticking to it. Right when I woke up I had to immediately find you. I couldn’t start my day without you. We locked all the doors, pulled down all the curtains, and threw away every responsibility in life so we could go on forever together. You were there when I met my first husband who also loved a drink, as did all our friends. Managing emotions with alcoholAs I got into my twenties there were a few warning signs.

writing a goodbye letter to alcohol

The first week or so was terrible without you. I kept waking up sweating bullets and trembling in fear that this might really be the end to our decade long courtship. We started out like any other friendship, getting together during the weekends or on special occasions. We had some really great times together that is for sure.

Start on your journey to recovery today

When you are strong in recovery, it may be helpful to share your letter with family and friends. Your insights into those behaviors may help heal broken relationships cause by alcoholism.

What is the typical lifespan of an alcoholic?

The conclusion of the study was that people who have to be hospitalized because of the negative health effects of their alcoholism typically have an average life expectancy of 47 to 53 years for men and 50 to 58 years for women.

I hope this gives them the hope and the motivation they need to finally seek out professional addiction treatment services. At a medical detox center, I missed you every second of the day.

Goodbye letter: Dear alcohol

That first time we went out and did , I remember feeling . By the time I’d had done it times, it was no longer a choice to hang out with you. My , kids, job-none of them were worth as much to me as goodbye letter to alcohol you were. We’ve known each other a long time. You were my buddy, my copilot, and my stress reliever for years. I used to think that made us best friends, getting through the hard times together.

  • I have tried to leave you in the past; however, every time I try to leave you behind, you simply come back stronger than ever before.
  • I’m writing this letter to say goodbye.
  • With the help, love, and support of God, as well as my family and counselors, I crawled out of the dirt and fought back.
  • Your goodbye letter to your addiction can be as casual as a letter or it can help you express your creative side through a poem.

Leaving you helped me focus on restoring my hope in living free from the grip of substance abuse. All of the good things I thought came from you, had come from me all along; you just made me think that I needed you to experience them. This is my final letter to addiction. And the obsession is gone; I don’t miss you. And I don’t blame you either anymore. I’m responsible for my own behavior now.

Goodbye Letter to Alcohol and Drugs

I really think you just wanted to be my buddy in the beginning. My weekend friend with with the fellas. I’m the one that dragged you along into my adult days. You’re a loyal dude, so you had no problem with that. It feels good to know true freedom these days. I feel infinitely better from the inside to the outside. My skin looks better to the point that people think I’m 10 years younger than I actually am.

I thought it was just a rebound, that I would see you once and then return to my life. But it never worked out that way with you. Once I was with you, you wouldn’t take no for an answer. I have been trying to tell you for a long time now that I just can’t have you in my life any longer. But every time I tried to tell you, there you were, standing there waiting with open arms.

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