posted on Oct, 31 2016 @ 07:16 AM
Sorry to hear about your circumstances, been homeless at times when I was a kid because my parents also liked a drink WAY too much, my old man fell
unconscious from too much vodka in front of a 3 bar electric fire, it melted his fake leather coat and most of his back with it, he didn't even know
until he woke up...
Do NOT get to that level EVER...
I know its damn hard and I can't pretend it will be easy but use that training you had to focus the mind, drink will simply deny focus as much as it
feels good at the time, however as you know the drink won't put a roof over your head especially if people see you in that state.
I already started to sense a weakening of spirit but Soldier you must must deny it, if you could fight for your country then you can fight for
yourself, as much as the nurses are sweet they want to see the back of you for all the best reasons, don't let them down!
As they say, s**t happens, I've gone from being a very active bloke to crippled with arthritis and numerous other problems BUT I refuse to let things
like drink kill me, a glass at the weekend but the medication does not even like that so I simply look at my wife and daughter and use them to channel
some happiness back.
I wish you all the best and hope to see you back on here in better times ASAP, just don't give in or up...
Paul....Cold and sore in the UK...