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The letter idea is actually a really good route to take. I remember when my Mom wanted to tell Dad something (usually bad), she did it in a letter....
I can thankfully say I've never driven while under the influence. The risks for yourself and others is far too great. It's pretty much like me...
Hurting the people I cared about was a major problem for me. I learned a lot from that experience, and it was something I wouldn't wish on anyone.
At first, it's possible. However, the more you drink, the more your body gets use to it.
Thanks! This is very informative.
You are on point. Usually cheaper than actually renting an apartment. :cool:
If you cure the depression, you'll probably help out the alcoholism problem. However, to cure depression, one must know WHY they are depressed.
Usually a craving is something you want. A withdrawal is the need for something, whether you want it or not. Hence, why it's so hard to quit smoking.
I've never heard of such an addiction, however, too much sleep can be a problem. Most people who sleep too much are usually just plain lazy.
I would say emotional stress. That usually is the main key for drinking.
Overeating is a very common scapegoat. Many people consider it an addiction, and I must agree with them. Eating too much can be very harmful for your...
Simply hanging around the wrong people is usually the answer to that question. However, depression is also a main cause for drinking.
Exercise is good all around for your health. Many people have also found it helpful in breaking addictions as well.
I didn't know there was a non-alcoholic beer. Definitely something I will have to look into. Thanks for Sharon your story!
Although you would get yourself away from the peer pressure, we all need someone else encouraging us throughout the process.