Sobriety is considered to be the natural state of the human body. When we’re borne into this world as babies, were born in a state of sobriety. Meaning our bodies, have not been introduced to any kind of drugs; that can alter our sobriety. My sobriety is something, I battle with on a daily basis. Sobriety never seems like it’s a big deal, tell it becomes a problem. It has not reached that point in my life, yet of becoming a concerning problem. I’m however noticing the problems, that can transpire; from my choices of indulging in recreational drugs. This week post will discuss what sobriety means to me and why it’s important for me to address my sobriety.
”You never really think about the importance of sobriety, tell you can’t control your own sobriety level”. -IsiahC3
I’ve always been the kind of person, who could control my thought process when it came to my sobriety. My sobriety has always been a growing concern growing up as a child. Growing up I was raised around just about every drug, that could alter a person sobriety state. As a child, I was able to distinguish the type of drugs that I consider to be does and don’ts. ”all drugs are don’ts”! But if you’re going to participate In recreational drugs, don’t partake in any kind of drug that’s harder than your brain can handle.
Growing up I knew I never wanted to touch drugs, do to the effects it had on my family members. I grew up believing my family, I was raised around was cursed. I believed that my family, was cursed because it was no one to really look up to. My aunties and uncles were consumed by drugs. My cousin, I grew up with are not all consumed by drugs but their lives were still affected by the lack of care received as kids. So the effects that drugs had really effected the foundation of the legacy my grandparents tried to establish.
“Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:” 1 Peter 5:8 KJV