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- hey guys. im an alcoholic. anyone know of anything to help the…
How much do you drink? Speaking from personal experience I don't see myself as an alcoholic but comparing myself to the regular Joe I probably drink 3 to 4 times as much.
Each week I have two 40's one day, a couple 16-24 oz can's of steel reserve or hurricane the day after, a few mixed drinks containing 80-190 proof liqour the next day, and if I go out I'll get a few beers.
Worst I got was getting brown out drunk every day for 2 weeks straight, got to the point of watching the clock hit 6 so I can go out and get some more. At that point it wasnt even "should I drink today?" it was more "what should I drink today?" I would look forward to that magical time so I could go get shitfaced. Anyway in order to break the cravings when I stopped i distracted myself by playing video games and drinking a ton of water instead. Course I never gave it up completely I still drink from time to time but I limit myself to 1 or 2 drinks now every 2nd or 3rd day
Basically throw yourself into something you enjoy and drink a ton of water instead
Exercise and/or food. I don't know how you'd rank your alcoholism, but quitting Cold turkey can kill you if it's bad enough
You don't need to quit alcohol cold turkey, you need however, to practice in moderation and with responsibility and realize you control your alcohol, the alcohol shouldn't control you.
Eat healthy meals, get plenty of sleep, exercise as much as you can.
It'll suck for a while, but it's really the only way. that is, unless you wanna replace your alcohol addiction with an addiction that could possibly be worse.
- eh id say just completely cut that person off from your life. …
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- It's been 3 months since she left. Why can't I move on? I real…
youll be fine. my relationship ended about 3 months ago, something i was invested in a lot. it hurt and messed me up pretty bad but honestly you just have to feel shitty about it. youre going to eventually get past it. for the sake of moving past it you cant let yourself block how you feel. whatever youre feeling let it out but in a healthy way. i was working to take time up but still on the clock id get hit with waves of emotions but you just have to let them come by. just dont beat yourself up for it
you get this slump feeling i had it too. friends would hit me up, to go out or go places and i couldnt force myself to go. and its okay. just dont put yourself in a situation were youll over contemplate everything. what this is, is a learning process. youre figuring out about yourself more than ever, and when you come out fine youll have wisdom compared to your old self. relationships end, everything fades. and what youre feeling is momentary. youll be better than you were before. i am now, and i felt the same way about my ex.
I guess there is not much you can do aprt from waiting longer. I am basically in the same situation, but it's only been 2 weeks since she dumped me.
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TRY TEN YEARS YOU FAG, 10 YEARS!
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10 years, 10 YEARS!!!
Mmm it's hard to move on but eventually you'll get tired of feeling down and that feeling will change. It might take you longer than others but eventually it will happen. I was pretty depressed and I decided to change that because I was wasting so much time doing nothing significant. Actually pretty recently something happened and I want to stop being down and start being more positive about things. You'll miss her, but in the end it's not really worth getting worked up over it or getting depressed. Life goes on and people change. If she left then she doesn't deserve you. I mean unless it was from something bad ya'know? You'll find someone more loyal and what not if you get out there.
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