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When You Become Someone That Doesn’t Drink Alcohol Don’t Listen to the People Sitting in the Cheap Seats


I never leave the Coliseum. 

Blood.

Sweat.

Heads.

Arms.

Feet.

I never leave because you are here, and I want to fight alongside you. We need each other, you and I, because we’re all alone.

There is a volcano inside of every one of us. 

Sleeping. 

Shhh.

Ridicule us if you dare. We will explode like cans of Coke in the pockets of the loop da loop riders. 

How fucking dare you.

There is no problem here.

We can see!

We can see!

You are so far back in the cheap seats you’re blind and deaf to the truth.     To you, we are oddities washed up on a beach; struggling to breathe. Huddle around. Stare. Raise your sticks and stones. Poke. Throw. Laugh. Kick. Whisper sweet ‘who the fuck do they think they are’ into each other’s ears. 

Break our bones. 

We have never been more alive. 

Give us the 'thumbs down'. 

Share your 'dislikes'.

Do it.

We understand because we were you.

But now we are us.

The people that don’t drink alcohol.

TRUTH.

AWARENESS.

FREEDOM.

Those are our weapons. 

'Resistance' is the enemy.

And we're not afraid to fight.

We do it daily.

We’re making the greatest change in our lives, one that will impact the world in many beautiful ways. 

We can’t even see you.

We can’t even hear you.

Who are you?

And this is what we talk about in today’s podcast

The Truth About Alcohol
We Are Not Alcoholics, And we Refuse to be Anonymous

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DISCLAIMER: PLEASE READ THIS CAREFULLY: This is not medical advice, and if you believe you require such advice, please seek immediate help from a medical professional. I am not a doctor or a medical practitioner. If you want to quit drinking and are worried about doing so, then in all cases you should first contact your doctor and seek advice and assistance. These are the tools that worked for me, and I share them with you as a learning tool. If you have sought or seek medical advice and or attention and any of these tools are in conflict with that advice or assistance, please do not use these tools. I take no responsibility for the continued use of these tools in contravention of any medical advice or assistance you have sought.