Here are 5 reasons why drugs and alcohol are not the answers to your relationship problems.
Drinking on a regular basis will not take away your relationship problems. Here are 5 reasons why drugs and alcohol are not the answers to your relationship problems.
1.Avoiding your fears and your problems are not the answers. Eventually, you will have to confront your relationship problems. Your problems will not suddenly go away. Save yourself the time and heartache and confront your problems now rather than later. Don’t put off what you can do today.
2. Alcohol can make your problems even worse. They only add more trouble and make things more complicated. Dealing with your problems is difficult enough. Why would you want to add problems to what is already there? Be smart and tackle your relationship issues one at a time.
3. Alcohol and drugs are addictive. People die from using drugs and abusing alcohol. They do nothing for your short term or long-term health. Regardless of what you think, drugs and alcohol do nothing but add more problems.
4. Help Is available. There are many professionals available who can give you helpful advice on how to deal with your relationship problems. Making excuses on not finding the answers to your problems doesn’t do anything in the long run.
5. You Won’t Learn Anything. When you decide to get help for your relationship issues, you will begin to learn how to solve your problems. As time goes on, you will become better in dealing with your relationship issues.
Remember; drugs and alcohol are not the answers to your problems. Get the help you need and learn to deal with your situation are the best ways in managing your issues. Be patient and take things in stride. Eventually, success will follow.
Stan Popovich is the author of "A Layman's Guide to Managing Fear Using Psychology, Christianity and Non Resistant Methods" - an easy to read book that presents a general overview of techniques that are effective in managing persistent fears and anxieties. For additional information go to: ">http://www.managingfear.com/