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  • You can if you truly want to. I did, but I switched to narcotics. Best of luck;) !

    Anonymous February 11, 2019 12:19 pm Reply
  • Because your a whino

    Anonymous February 11, 2019 12:28 pm Reply
  • I recommend attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. They helped me quit the sauce. Just go in there focused on your goal, be friendly but don’t get too close to your fellow ex liquor guzzlers and tell them all of your darkest secrets or anything like that. Gossip gets around fast! You can do it!

    Anonymous February 11, 2019 12:30 pm Reply
  • Because life’s too hard to face without liquoring up!

    Anonymous February 11, 2019 2:19 pm Reply
  • Your self medicating. I understand cause I do it too. Life’s hard. Facing life sober can be terrifying

    Anonymous February 11, 2019 2:44 pm Reply
  • That’s stupid, if you actually want to be sober you wouldn’t have started to drink anyway. I have a disease and I can’t just go and drink my problems away. What kind of a moron thinks they can’t get a disease and that they are immortal? Disease is not a choice. Drinking is. Technically speaking, if you are concerned about the people around you, then maybe you should start by NOT talking to the people around you and then start by drinking other things and talking to a doctor. Since you picked up a drink on your own, it would be because of the people around you, most likely, like abusive parents and stuff. I would start with something small, like moving away from the people who cause you problems.

    Anonymous February 11, 2019 6:18 pm Reply

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