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Yeah they were amazing, and I rarely had times where I’d wake up without remembering.I could do equally what I could do sober, and by this I mean academically and professionally, the only thing that I dislike about alcohol is the blatant health effects. The only reason I have stopped is because it negatively affects your physical health, other then that, mentally it was fantastic.
congratulations on taking the first step! analyze those memories, were those times you drank really that amazing? is it amazing to wake up not remembering what exactly you did? and even if it was ‘easier’ when you drank, try and recognize great things to do when your sober, experience life again. build up your support system, if you are into aa or other self help groups, go to meetings as often as possible. try to keep yourself busy. keep up the good work and stay sober!
k so I’ve stopped alcohol for a month now, my mind keeps trying to tell me that it feels amazing and there’s nothing that will make you happier, and my mind goes through memories of all the amazing times i had drunk. Even though the reason i stopped was because the bad experiences where out-numbering the good ones, what should I do?
sippin’ till they trippin’ !!! ye-ye ere’ day naggar
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