There is always a way back up....

There is no shame in having a problem. Alcoholism is a disease and like any other disease you have to treat it to get better. There is no way to do it alone and you must beware of denial. There will be one day when you wake up and realize.... "I'm in trouble!"

Redditor u/JakeTheMan47 wanted to hear from those in recovery and how they got there by asking.... [Serious] Former Alcoholics of Reddit, what was the moment when you realized you needed to seek help?

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You have to be honest with your physicians!

Going to the doctor is nerve wracking for sure. Nobody wants to go but when you do it is imperative to be completely transparent. No matter the issue, shame is useless; doctors have literally seen it all... just ask Meredith Grey. So lead with the truth it's the only way to keep living.... denial will get you nowhere.

Redditor u/rajde1 wanted Doctors to warn us all about dishonesty by asking.... Doctors of reddit, what was a symptom a patient didn't mention that was really important?

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