i have a drinking problem

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  1. xSteveO

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    and it won't go away... i am trying to get back in the game, but I can't stop!
     
  2. mandrew

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    make it gone
     
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    I don't bop I do the money dance
    get your thizz on instead
     
  5. xSteveO

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    wtf is thizz and why are you still awake?
     
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    I don't bop I do the money dance
    because I'm high on that yay
     
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    LBFilmGuy LOL why u mad tho?

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    The lack of av in here is depressing.
     
  8. xSteveO

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    are you serious? get outta here bitch
     
  9. ecstasy = thizz.
    cocaine = yay.

    get with your Bay terminology dumbass. :hsugh:
     
  10. xSteveO

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    i've heard of yay, that's new slang for me on thizz
     
  11. xSteveO

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    cost too much and I don't have the hook up. all my friends are anti drugs
     
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    called 'e' down here in socal.... i thought the high on e is called thizzin... here it's rolling
     
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    Your drinking problem. Make it go away.
     
  14. xSteveO

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    it's an addiction. I said on sunday after a hard night of drinking that I'd be done, but things aren't changing. it's been 4 days now and I'm back at it.
     
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    been there done that... when I woke up on the street alone at 6am and I was so cold that I could barely move, had no idea how i got there or what happened the night before, and I had to walk 3 miles to my car so I could drive home (still drunk) and sleep it off, I realized that my problem really is serious. Haven't touched a single alcoholic drink in almost 6 months because I'm not gonna let my shitty control get the best of me (shitty control meaning even though I can easily go without drinking now, if I do have a drink I end up having like 12)... All of my grandparents struggled with alcoholism and my sister who's only 25 had to quit drinking a year ago because it got really bad for her as well.

    I've said it like 20 times on here already but I go to bars with friends now and I drink a soda or something and have just as much fun sober as I used to drunk, albeit a regular "out and about" type fun than "FUCK YEAH LETS GET FUCKED UP BROS" type fun, but honestly I've had enough of that shit and I've got bigger and better things to do.. like get jacked and finish college.
     
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    ghb instead
     
  17. xSteveO

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    scared of it. sounds to good to be true, never tried it though
     
  18. xSteveO

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    gotta disagree with you on that. it's funner drinking no matter what. I used to like being sober, worrying about lifting, etc, but times have changed. I do need to get my ass back in school, been slacking on that, but have nothing to blame on that but being lazy
     
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    its the beer thats addicted to you... you could stop but you just cant break its heart. :wtc:
     
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    You're depressing not knowing two OG's you fucking peckaface
     
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    I agree with you entirely. I wasn't quite as extreme as you but of course when you start university the first few years are crazy and you spend most night drunk.

    But now I drink once, maybe twice a year. And I can HONESTLY say with 100% certainty that I have just as much fun and just as many nights out now. The key point is that you realise the alcohol is just a crutch. It doesn't make you have more fun and you don't need it on order to have fun. The only people who say it's more fun are those who can't/won't give up or cut down on alcohol. Seems to me that everyone who quits disagrees...

    Look at yourself and realise that needing to take drugs (whether it's ecstasy or alcohol) in order to have a good time is kinda pathetic and it's saying a lot about you as a person.

    Especially when you consider how much you're spending on alcohol and how you feel like shit afterwards.. that alone is motivation for some people. Not to mention the health damage :hs:

    Bro, maybe you should make a thread in the asylum if you're actually serious about quitting alcohol. The guys there can surely give you better advice as I imagine almost all of them will have been through this.
     
  23. Uglybob69

    Uglybob69 I miss beer.

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    If you're really serious about wanting to quit drinking I suggest joining AA or some other sort of support group and/or getting some therapy.

    I love drinking, but I can stop and have stopped for years at a time when I thought it was getting out of hand. When you're around it all the time... it's a LOT harder to not drink.
     
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    i remember steveO but who's was rick ross before?
     
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    THANK YOU SIR :bowdown:
     
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