ALCOHOLISM as described by Doctor Silkworth and Bill Wilson.
The words define the characteristics and attributes of the what we know as alcoholism.
Powerless, unmanageable, insanity, suffering, hopeless, abnormal, defective, befogged, sickened, tortured, jittery, chronic, habit, tragic, despairing, restless, irritable, discontented, remorseful, doomed, psychopath, emotional, unstable, unwilling, manic-depressive, pathological, deterioration, lost, no hope, trembling, nervous, wreck, desperate, lunacy, remonstrances, unhappy, serious, infidelity, extreme, drunkenness, fever, skepticism, wobbled, disgusted, exhausted.
Unwelcome, necessity, endlessly, shaking, violent, bender, through, no fight, crazy, appalling, remorse, unforgettable, uncontrollably, impending,calamity, collapse, writhing, stilled, hell, hard, kill, fog, oblivion, endured, agony, slender, terror, madness.
Swayed, dizzily, poison, cursing, weakling, escape, hellish, feared, under, selfish, foolish, seriously, ill, weakened, incredible, desperate, frightful, declining, finish, curtains, weary, end, heart failure, wet brain, delirium tremens, undertaker, asylum.
Devastating plunge, dark, obstacles, cornered, endless, sots, poor, over, loneliness, bitter, morass, self-pity, quicksand, match, overwhelmed, master, trembling, broken, fear, insidious, insanity, resigned, shut up, stumble, miserable, end, dark, last.
Debauch, bleak, concealed, unmindful, aghast, shocked, irritated, snapped, conceded, sick, doubted, grim, jest, devil, boss, failed, incurable, defect, scrap, heap, dead.
None, floored, impossible, musty, vestiges, intensified, resisted, hit, icy, shadow,blotted, clamors, blind, destruction, self-centeredness, trials, low spots, die, dead, plagued, self-pity, resentment, despair, pressure, difficulty, impossible, feudal, bitterness, trouble, misery, unlovely, creature, struggles.
Strenuous, tragic, suicide, shocked, deadly, perish!!!!!!!
Do you relate to any of these words? If you do we have great news for you –THERE IS A SOLUTION.
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