Too Old to Quit Drinking? You’re Never Too Old for Change - Do it Now!

Too Old to Quit Drinking? You’re Never Too Old for Change – Do it Now!

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Too Old to Quit Drinking? You’re Never Too Old for Change – Do it Now!

Are you ever too old to quit drinking? To do ANYTHING in life? I don’t think so. You are the product of what you think in your mind. If you think you’re too old, you’re too old. If you think you’re not too old, you’re not too old. Don’t let anyone else tell you differently. We change all the time, even when we get old, change still happens. Why would you think that you’re ever too old to direct that change? It’s your body. It’s your mind. It’s your choice.

You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream. CS Lewis


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6 Comments

  • frank oconnell

    Reply Reply September 16, 2016

    77 days went by fast lad !!

    I liked this one. I lost 5 good drinking mates in the last two years. They ranged in age fro 53 to 65. All were told they needed to quit. All had serious medical conditions related to the alcohol and smoking. Yet they all felt too old to stop, and thus passed away as a result of continuing to drink. One was found hanging over a bar with a bottle of brandy in his hand. Dead. And one died in a chair with a drink in one hand and an expired cigarette in his other hand. It saddens me to this day that they never even tried to quit.

    Thanks for pointing out that it is never too late.

    cheers
    frank

    • Kevin O'Hara

      Reply Reply September 18, 2016

      Sad stories Frank, but unfortunately a massive part of our culture. People are killing themselves slowly every day with all the shit they’re putting into their mouths. Thanks for sharing

  • frank oconnell

    Reply Reply September 16, 2016

    77 days went by fast lad !!

    I liked this one. I lost 5 good drinking mates in the last two years. They ranged in age fro 53 to 65. All were told they needed to quit. All had serious medical conditions related to the alcohol and smoking. Yet they all felt too old to stop, and thus passed away as a result of continuing to drink. One was found hanging over a bar with a bottle of brandy in his hand. Dead. And one died in a chair with a drink in one hand and an expired cigarette in his other hand. It saddens me to this day that they never even tried to quit.

    Thanks for pointing out that it is never too late.

    cheers
    frank

  • Seb

    Reply Reply June 10, 2017

    I really liked this one too. My dad is 73 and took a fall nasty 2 months ago and hasn’t had a drink since I hope he won’t go back.
    I’m nearly forty and last Saturday I got my head kicked in, was being a complete drunk dickhead. I’m still recovering from it. I have promised myself I will never have another drink. I’ve tried to give up so many times… I’ve decided to tell my close family as I think I’m gonna need some sort for support, or at least them not pushing me to drink, they are all big drinkers too..

    • Kevin O'Hara

      Reply Reply June 10, 2017

      Good idea, telling your family. Even if you don’t get support, understand that this is all in your hands… If you don’t put the alcohol into your mouth, you have done the job. If you do put the alcohol into your mouth, you can’t quit. It’s a simple equation really.

  • Julie

    Reply Reply July 17, 2017

    Thanks Kevin.
    Insightful as always. A tough time here at the moment. We have lost my 24 year old sons Dad at age 54. Funeral later this week. A once vibrant man taken down into misery and hell and finally utterly destroyed to a horrible death by ALCOHOL. The ripple effect on all the lives he touched is immense. I am struggling to give up my own drinking habit but you inspire me to keep trying x

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