In The Lowest Moments | Microblog
Eric Clapton: Chapter 11 – Hazelden: Picking up the Pieces.
“On the flight over i drank the plane dry, so terrified was i that i might never be able to drink again. This is the most common fear of alcoholics. In the lowest moments of my life, the only reason that i didn’t commit suicide was the fact that i knew i wouldn’t be able to drink any more if i was dead.”