Addicted To Promises

Even though,
I have suffered from hangovers hundreds of times,
I always end up telling myself in the morning:
“I will never binge again”.
Because the pain is unbearable!

But in the evening, when I start feeling melancholy,
I conveniently forget the promise, I made to myself,
And eventually, I breakdown and give-in to my habits.
At first, I tell myself:
“There is no guilt, there is no shame,
If you only indulge in one, and then, don’t do it again.”

But just like eating potato chips, I can’t have just one.
My brain begins to tell me:
“Have another, just one more”,
And swears to me:
That ‘tomorrow’s hangover’, this time, won’t be so bad!
But hides from me, the reality,
That ‘tomorrow’s good day’, isn’t a guarantee.

By: ElRoy © 2018

The Miracle Morning for Addiction Recovery: Letting Go of Who You’ve Been for Who You Can Become

Commentary: “Desire for pleasure is much more powerful, than the memory of pain.” When we’re feeling exhausted and our resistance levels are down, we can deceive ourselves into believing that we deserve a little illicit fun in our lives. But there’s a reason, why it’s called a guilty pleasure; you will be punished for it; it could be immediately or become a long-term addiction that effects you and your loved ones.

Read article on how to disarm addiction triggers

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