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Watching Television Is Destroying Your Soul

Posted by Tony Cooper on

My earliest recollection of watching television is being sat in the front room after school, wrapped up in Dastardly and Muttley and Blue Peter. If I was feeling rebellious enough I might have watched Grange Hill, but I'd have to make sure my parents were not around as they would surely disapprove of all that early teen anarchic chaos.

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Change Is Brutally Hard But Necessary To Beat Addiction

Posted by Tony Cooper on

Part of you wants to change your self-destructive behaviour. But part of you clings to it like the log lady. Finding your way out of the maze is like trying to understand an episode of Twin Peaks. Why does your mind fight against itself and why does it talk to you incessantly when you least want it to?

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How To Kill Creativity And Stay Poor

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The next time you pick up a drink think about this: The reason you are poor is that you drink. If you keep drinking you will stay poor and continue to flirt with your overdraft limit. There is no life situation a good drinking session can make better, and no problem drink cannot make worse.

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Emptiness Exists Because You Don't Look Inside

Posted by Tony Cooper on

Every habitual drinker who stops drinking gets to a point where they feel a deep emptiness inside of them. Like a vast dark chasm that has no bounds. When you sit down on your own for the first time without a drink as a companion, you are left alone with your thoughts, just you and your ego. Loneliness can be both alarming and unnerving in the early days of sobriety.

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A Self Improvement Tip That Works – Kick The Booze!

Posted by Tony Cooper on

I've lost count of the number of self-improvement books I've read. My fixation with self-improvement began in my twenties when I absently picked up a copy of "Top Performance: How to Develop Excellence in Yourself and Others" by Zig Ziglar at a friends house. It looked like it had been read a thousand times and I have a new copy that I purchased a few years ago on my bookshelf.

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