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Sounds like a good idea. I would recommend non alcoholic beer for those events, maybe they can do more good than harm.
Russel Brand and Robert Downey Jr are up in my list for overcoming certain addictions. They are incredible.
Yea, I guess some bars offer non alcoholic beers as well but not the good brands. and the price is so jacked up that it ends up being the same price...
It's amazing to see how a small community developed to be much more, eventually being a support group.
I'd very much love to start rock climbing but it's not that easy for me. It's not about fitness condition but only about the fact that there are no...
Seriously, reddit has a community for almost anything. You'd be surprised once you dig a bit into it how far you can go with topics and find people...
One of the best things you can do is not fight the experience you go through, but rather accept it and try to improve with it. Times will change for...
I think you can always have a good time without booze too. Parties are not all about alcohol.
Good non alcoholic beer is kinda hard to find in stock. i'm having trouble finding good brands in Romania.
Simple things are often all we need for comfort!
It is a bit of an exaggeration and that happens after a shock usually. Don't worry, colors will regain their beauty in no time.
I don't think the alcohol gives it the taste. I feel like the other ingredients give a more strong taste as well.
I don't mean dedicate your entire day to volunteering. But going to help for 3-4hours/day can be pretty rewarding.
There are many subreddits to check out. Reddit.com/r/depression , /r/motivation , /r/suicidewatch, etc.
Nice Shimus. It's good that you have a place to go in the winter. xD Being stuck in an urban area in the winter is not that nice.
Volunteering never hurt anybody too.
Reading also keeps you on your toes when it comes to creativity. Think about it this way: Reading is the cinema of the mind.
Fatigue can lead to crying and there is no shame into that. I would recommend letting it run it's course.
I have seen it happen and it's no joke. Restless leg syndrome is pretty messed up.
I haven't tried O'Douls yet, any more insight on this?