It’s true, I don’t want to be the same as I was. That’s just not who I am today, and that may make some sense, right? If I was the same as I was before my addiction, I would just be a little boy who doesn’t know which way is up or which way is down. It’s true, many say that when you start addiction your life stops at that specific age and type of behavior you were acting, and then when you first get clean again you either stay in the same behavior that you were in when you were in active addiction; just not using drugs or alcohol. Or on the other hand you may be a little boy/girl who doesn’t know what to do with themselves. But why is that? I want you to step forward, challenge that thinking pattern and say stop! Right there just stop and realize it can all change in a matter of a few words. So give it the three minutes, and change your life forever. Because I know you are strong, you are capable, and you don’t deserve to be who you were. You deserve to be someone bigger, better, and stronger. So stand up with me, fight for your life just like the forces of nature have intended and say, “I’m gonna go kick some @$$ today!” Why? Because I don’t want to be the same… ever!
Now, not being the same as I was it breathes new life into how my life should be as I grow up, grow older, and grow in my recovery. But what you’ll have to do is go out and create that perfect you. It’ll be uncomfortable and it’s supposed to be. You don’t want to become satisfied with being who you were, because who you are, can be so much more if you reach further than your comfort zone. I don’t want to be the same as I was, ever, because that’s not keeping me in the game of life. There are things that I didn’t know then, that I do know now, and that’s a part of growing, not hurting, and succeeding to an entirely new level of positive gain. So don’t be anxious in your thinking to be different, because being the same is what hurts you more. You are phenomenal, so reach, and find that reason. My reason is to be different then I was for many reasons, I don’t have one specific agenda other than to strive for the top and then push through the roof of where I was while passing the stand-stills by, because the cementary is full of people who didn’t even give it a go, and I don’t want that to be you!
You may have the people that hate you, that don’t believe in you anymore, and you don’t want to take your ideas to the grave with you, I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again, move forward no matter how painful as long as it includes doing the right thing. There are people that will keep on staying satisfied and keep their ideas to themselves, their hopes, aspirations, and drive and will eventually lose out when the time is up. And for those people, the time is up much quicker than if you were to get up, get moving, and try, try, try towards anything positive! So the question is, “What will you do to change?” Because it isn’t easy, and you must realize that when things don’t work out for you that specific pain is something that you need to push yourself from where you were to where you need to be. So I challenge you to push yourself, because it doesn’t take much to stay stagnant in your recovery. It takes the truest of grit to challenge yourself and say, “How will I recover myself better today than I did last week?” It’s the opportunity of a lifetime. Why? How? Because it’s your life! So work day and night for it, because for me, life seems worthless and meaningless without that struggle. That is my potential and that is my dying wish. My dying wish, to leave no dream left behind and accomplish every single thing that I wanted and needed, without quitting, because I want to succeed, and none of that would or could be possible without recovery. Period!
So I’m telling you to get out there and make yourself uncomfortable to see that change that will bring you from one level, to another, to a greater one, and to the greatest you can and will forever strive to be at once you realize that you don’t want to be the same as you were. You don’t want it, you don’t need it, you don’t have to be the same as your past has made you out to be. You can be bigger, you can be better, you can be committed to this essence of prosperity that only comes from where recovery is helping this all be possible in our lives, because I know that if I didn’t have recovery there would be a concrete slab above six feet of dirt for me. So I don’t let things get the better of me, I drive myself with fuel from each and every past mistake and say, “God I can do better! I can make this right! It is possible!” And I know with this, it is possible for you too! So make the change you need and be the change you wish to see in this world, even if it’s just your world, because this isn’t anyone else’s recovery but your own. This is yours! And I promise you that if you never give up, never surrender to another drink, drug, or harmful behavior you will be that person, you will inspire others. But better yet, you will inspire yourself!
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