I am a recovering alcoholic that is drunk. Does that mean I am a recovering soberholic?
I thought perhaps you were a little drunk...... you are really funny. Maybe you are just having a small set back, are you drinking now
Yes, but I never thought I was an actual alcoholic. My ex-wife just told me I was. That doesn't necessarily make me an alcoholic.
No. I have drank a little since I have stopped. Therefore, if I just drink a little after stopping from a supposed alcoholic state, I am not an alcoholic. Right now, I have drunk a lot though.
it's understandable with all that is happening in your life...... are you going to give the drink a rest for a while, have you eaten.....do i sound like your mother
I ate at supper time (which was about 9 hours ago).
Why dont you make yourself some coffee and have some food, i think it would really benefit you
Read my hubs. I'm actually very funny in some of them. Also...buy the Amazon items I have posted in the ads. It will help me pay the mortgage I cannot afford.
you are actually very very funny, i would say your hubs are great i may go and read some in a minute..
DO you have any plans for today, it is 9 in the morning and i have a free morning but go to work this afternoon,,,,,,
Have you read any of my hubs
Hello everybodymy name is Thooghun and I have a problem. Last night I was sober.
are we holding an a. a meeting here or something
You are so sweet, Brenda. I could easily chair an AA meeting.
I think it is an anti-AA meeting. I hate AA. It is a way for the religious groups to indoctrinate the weak.
I go to Rational Recovery for that reason. Started out in AA.
Yep! When you start believing that stuff you go nuts! Worse than alcohol!
thanks for those wise words, everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but you are not really helping the situation here, this is not a religious forum thanks a lot
aw did you, so how are you doing now, my sister was an alcoholic. I went to A.A. to try to understand her better,she killed herself and left Maddison behind...... Maddison is now 16 she wrote a poem when she stayed with me over the summer,,,,,, i think it is called one more winter it's posted on my page
I'm great. I've been sober for many years now. Thanks for asking. Pretty much a non-issue for me now. I'm so sorry to hear about your sister, Brenda. That breaks my heart. I'll definitely read Maddison's poem. I cannot imagine how hard that's been for all of you. It's a nasty, nasty disease.
well i know some people don't like god but we are getting away from the subject a little here
you know what i always wonder what i am doing in these forums after about 20 minutes,,,,,,, i am away
Well you added the word black, but otherwise, yep, you did casually mention it once or so.......
anyone else want to talk about alcohol ..... while we are all in the mood
Having a nightcap as posting. Nothing like some 18 year old scotch, well theres a 25 yr old Springbank I have in the cellar, but thats for a special occasion.
is it friday night there, it is saturday here 11 a.m.
wow yes they certainly know how to drink and drink and drink and drink here, they are so good at it..... unfortunaltely not me i can only keep up with for well 30 minutes
well i suppose it all depends how much you drink in that first 30 minutes
unfortunately not much...... either fall asleep or get sick.... a couple of glasses of wine would be all i could manage, and that usually with a meal. My kids think it is hilarious
so have i which is amazzing, as so many in my family struggle with drink problems.... you probably read about my sister..... i am glad though as it is a terrible condition to have and takes away peoples dignity doesn't it
Yes, I think it is a nasty drug. Dr. Margolis in his famous drug guide had it right when he described it as a fifth rate depressant. I have always known I was lucky not to be able to handle much of it. Some people are genetically sitting ducks for the disease it can cause.
lucky us then....... hey we have something in common my friend
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