Do I drink to quench my bitterness and emptiness? Can Drinking help me to get happy again?
People say that getting drunk can make you forget your problems. How truth if this saying?
No truth at all in that saying, the amnesia is temporary, you have to face and recognise your suffering to deal with it, hiding behind drink or drugs is just delusion.
When it comes to fantasies, many people dream so big that it goes beyond their realistic means. Read on to find out how to cope with the disappointing differences betwen fantasy and reality while learning how to bridge the gap between them. read more
Contrary to popular belief, alcohol does not improve one's mood. It just enhances the mood you're already in. If you were in a good mood before drinking, you will become ecstatic and boisterous after a few drinks. If you were in a bad mood before drinking, you will be morose and depressed after a few drinks, unless you drink so much that you pass out and become unconscious. You won't feel a thing then but that only lasts til you wake up with a bad hangover feeling worse than before.
by Nathan K 5 years ago
Is it ok to get drunk?I understand drinking a little or even to get a buzz. Do you think getting drunk is the "fun" and ok thing to do?
by lonelyxheart 8 years ago
Brief HistoryI know it's long but please bare with me, I'm in desperate need of advice here xI started talking to R over Facebook 2 years ago, he lived about 100 miles from me and we got chatting due to the loss of a mutual best friend of ours. He was living with his wife and her 3 children and...
by Diana Grant 4 years ago
In the UK, lawyers for various local councils are representing some 80 children who have been mentally or physically damaged because of their mothers' consumption of alcohol during pregnancy after being warned about the health effects on the foetus. If they win their case, the unborn child...
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