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Guess you're gonna fuck up this guy's thread for your own narcissistic bullshit reasons?

Congrats. You win. (You don't actually win, since you're too much of a fucking pussy to open a thread that's meaningful on your own.)

OP was sincerely asking, and here you are making it about you.
He asked? Looks more like a statement of reaching that point. He didn't have any question marks in his post. Good to know that thread police such as yourself are here to gauge the worthyness of threads. :laughing:
 

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Glad to see you making efforts to improve your life and the lives of your family, being around a drunk sucks.

I used to drink a lot..... I didn't quit totally. I still have a beer or 2 a few times a month, mostly when I go over to the neighbors house or waiting on a table at a restaurant. I don't remember the last time I got drunk.


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After a many years of boozing I decided to call it quits. Quit for a while or quit forever hell I dunno. I was diagnosed with ptsd from my combat tours in iraq in 03 and 04 during my time in the marines. Maybe I have been hiding something maybe not. I hold a great job and make good money. I have a wonderful wife and the sweetest baby girl who is 2. I am burned out and tired of drinking. I am tired of feeling like crap. It was never an issue of drinking during work or before like my father did but it was how many beers can I have tonight.

Crack a beer in the house a sip on that but then go to the garage and slam 3 more. This behavior continued over and over on most nights. Top all that off with swigs of whiskey, crown moslty. My insides were hurting but I was fine emotionally I think. I have told myself for the last 2 years you need to stop. I would always find a reason to drink and justify it in my head. I tried to say "oh I'll only drink on the weekends" that never lasted. I think since 04 after my last tour I may have went 5 to 6 days one time without alcohol.

Anyway I don't talk much to people about shit but I've read some heavy stuff on here in the past one most recently from my buddy. So what the hell. I have a drinking problem and I am 3 days sober. I feel pretty damn good too. I have a daughter and a wife who need me around. I always joke with my wife and say "at least I have a life insurance policy" which is fawking dumb of me. I'm going to stay sober until I feel like I can be a responsible adult in my personal life and not just my professional life. I pay taxes, I work hard, I own a home etc. All that is shit if I'm a drunk.

Anyway cheers fawkers!
Congrats on realizing that you have a problem and doing something to fix it.
My advice, DO NOT go back to drinking, you'll just end up being the same way.
I quit almost 14 years ago and at this point I never want to go back.
 

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Good job. I've just done something somewhat similar.

I'd been drinking every night for about 3 years I think. Rum and coke. Couple of BIG ones every night (think Big Gulp size), and strong. Thought I couldn't get to sleep without a buzz. Always end up staying up too late because I was "having a good time". Felt like shit the next morning getting up for work a lot of the time. I also go to school a few nights a week. I figured that when I started doing that I'd slow down, instead I'd just slam a few drinks when I got home instead of taking my time like a "normal" night.

Thing is, I don't have kids. I have my wonderful woman, but we work opposite schedules. I'm home alone every night during the week. I think boredom created the opportunity.

A couple of months ago I got sick. I haven't had the flu for at least 20 years and it finally got me one evening. Felt like shit, got home from school, poured me a drink and couldn't finish. went to bed only to wake up an hour later and barely making it to the bathroom to projectile vomit. Didn't really eat or drink anything but water for the next 2 days. After the flu went away, I didn't feel like drinking anymore.

I didn't drink a drop for at least two weeks or so. I remember trying to have a beer on a weekend and only drinking half of it, just didn't want it for some reason.

Amazingly enough, since I quit, I can go to sleep just fine much to my surprise, and at a decent hour as well. I also wake up feeling refreshed and in a decent mood. Seems the booze kept me up. Additionally, I didn't know I could get that much shit done at home during the evenings. Seems working on the house or in the garage is more productive than watching the tube and drinking! Who knew, right!?

I've since had my drinks, and I do enjoy a good scotch with a cigar, I'm sure that will never change, but I don't drink every night. I'll have a few beers on a weekend night when I'm hanging out with the GF. A bottle of rum (750ml) used to last me 2 nights, now I've had the same bottle for over a month with no danger of it running out any time soon. I've taken on a larger class load for next semester because I now seem to have all this free time to fill up with productive things.

A change that I didn't suspect is my friends reaction to how I am. I've been told things like "when did you stop being an asshole?" or "What happened that made you so nice?" and things of that nature for the last couple of months. I didn't realize I was such the curmudgeonly prick before.

I've found what works for me and hopefully I can keep it up. Good luck to you and I hope you can as well!! I'll cheers you with the gay-assed sleepytime green tea that I seem to have become accustomed to having a cup of every night!
 

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Jan 6th will be one year alcohol free for me. It'll be tough at first, but if you've really made up your mind you can do it. I tried unsuccessfully before because I only half-heartedly wanted to quit. It's amazing how much alcohol is used in everything, commercials, music, movies, tv series, etc

My story for why I quit: I had been drinking every day for about 2 years. Not excessively, but 3-6 beers daily, sometimes a little more and usually more on weekends. I felt it was a problem, but I wasn't getting drunk every night so I ignored it. As soon as I walked in the door from work, I popped a beer.

Then on Jan 6th '14, my sister and brother-in-law stayed the night. I picked him up a 30 pack of his beer since he wouldn't be arriving until later that evening. He arrived at 6 o'clock and we headed off to bed at 9 o'clock. The next morning I grabbed a water from the beer fridge and he had 6 beers left from the 30 pack. I don't know how late he stayed up in his room drinking. I questioned him the next day and he starts basically bragging about how much he drinks. Telling me he bases his chores or daily routines on 30 packs instead of hours. i.e. mowing his acre on riding mower was a 30 pack. I haven't touched alcohol since that day just to make sure I never ended up like that. I even left my beer in the fridge until my wife gave it to the neighbor, whiskey, vodka, etc in pantry, and wine in wine fridge, which normally if there was alcohol in the house, I couldn't pass it up.
 

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Good job man. Seriously. It's hard to make that decision. Even harder to stick to it but you're on the right road. I'm currently trying to quit using tobacco and used to be a very heavy drinker. The fact that I didn't drink daily made that easier to tone down on. It wasn't as much of a habit as it was a release. My habitual tobacco use is much harder for me to quit than alcohol is to control (for me). But I can relate to your situation. I hope you can stick to your goal. Just remember, it's for your family AND yourself.

Good job. Good Luck.
Thanks dude. I am going to stay the course on this one.

Hard time of the year to quit, but fucking good on you dude.
You know I actually convinced myself Sunday that I will quit after new years so I could get wasted. No more excuses, just do it. I always tell my wife don't talk about it, be about it.

Good on you man. Booze is the one thing I can't quite drop like it's hot
It's hard I know.

Good for you and good luck! /respect
Thanks!

I'm 36 and have partied like a rock star. Seems the past couple years I'm a one night a week guy. No wife or kids so it's really just to hang with people but now it's getting to where I'd rather be able to do shit on Saturday and Sunday instead of lay around hurting all day from the night before. Guess it's time to kinda grow up a little. For me anyway. You don't need that shit. Catch another hobby that's bigger than drinking. Last winter I ditched all my friends that talked shit and were going no where. I decided at that moment to only surround myself with people that are smarter than me. I was alone and had one friend last winter and a year later, I've started a full on incorporated non profit, made some money and just purchased another one of my dream cars. I've never been happier and those haters I left behind are still at the bar at 5:30 on a Tuesday while I'm building bad ass bikes and fighting off facebook groupies. FTW
:laughing: Good job man. Yeah I have a buggy to build any way and will be done way faster sober!

sounds like a great idea, being a drunk is fucking lame, plenty of cool shit to enjoy in the world instead of waste it away being a drunk. i hardly ever drink, when i do its usually out camping/wheelin fordyce and only a beer or two, im sure your wife and kid will enjoy your sobriety.
Good for you, it might be hard sometimes (stress, etc) but you can do it! I was a happy drinker from age 17 to about 22, then I turned into an asshole drinker. I finally got tired of the hangovers and waking up and trying to piece the night back together so I could apologize to people (usually my girlfriend) for my behavior, that I said "fuck it" and stopped. My daughter was born about the same time so it was an extra push not to drink. That was about 7 years ago, I still drink about once every 4 or 5 months but now it's easier to have a few before/with dinner then stop. I don't have that "thirst" when you crack the first drink and put the peddle to the metal (skip dinner, know I have to work the next day but keep pounding, etc..). I still allow myself one "drunk" night a year which consists of catching a good buzz and having fun, not waking up the next day with "what the fuck happened?" being the first thing that comes to mind. Stock up on water, soda, or juice and drink that during your beer time, it makes the transition a lot easier.
That's good to be able to control it like that, maybe someday I can. The buzz was what I always wanted. As this time I cannot tell myself I get one drunk night.

God on you . Go ahead and check out AA and see if you like it or not . 25 years for me this year
Good job on the 25. I may but again this is about as far as I go with "talking about my issues"

Good for you.


I used to be the center of all things party related in my group of friends right up until I started driving truck. Now I won't have even a single beer the night before I'm going to be behind the wheel of a semi. I figure if I'm in a wreck a .000 bac makes it harder for an amberlamps chaser to shift liability to me.


These days I normally get drunk twice a year and have a single beer 5 or 6 times between. I guess I'm just over it. :laughing:
Yeah big rigs and booze don't mix good call!
 

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January 6 1988 I stopped drinking. Can't really say I quit, just stopped.
Not one drop has knowingly touched my lips.
ARMY here, Thanks for your service. Thanks and likewise

Take a good look around and see all the good things you have in your life.
How fast do you want it all to turn to shit?
I think you have a slight clue that can happen. It scares me and what is even scarier is no else knew how severe my problem was until I said

Your buddies died, and got maimed, you did not.
On the outside anyways, hurts like hell on the inside.
Doesn't it?
Guilt is a bitch that will strip you of your humanity if you let it.
The guilt as ate at me for years but I manage

That's not your fault and it is not your burden to carry.
Your responsibility is that little 2 year old girl.
Is she going to grown up to be a smart intelligent kind girl any man would want forever.
Or she she going to be a crack/meth booze whore.
You will be surprised at how much kids learn once you stop drinking and start getting involved.
Also shocked and ashamed at the same time.
My kids are the best high ever.
She is a big reason for me to stop. I don't want her growing up like I did watching my dad hammered all the time or picking me up after school and driving home with a beer in his lap. I still have not and will not have any amount of booze and drive with my kid. I had a DUI back in 2007 also so this has been a progressive problem.

I'm going to tell you something very important.

If you aren't fucking full of yourself, or even if you are, and have enough balls and some kind of inner strength/character to get over yourself, you might want to be somewhat awake to see how and what your little girl is seeing because of you.

See yourself through her eyes.


Get going.
I'm on it thanks.

Good for you. And thanks for your service!

Come here to vent or be frustrated. PM coming.


I "quit" drinking several months ago and it's been wonderful!! I've lost count on how long it's been (purposefully), but close to 6 months. I found if I kept a count of how long drinking was still something in the front of my mind like it always had been. After about 30days you lose that urge and realize you are more productive without it.

I also lost a bunch of weight which I contribute heavily to the useless beer calories.

and the biggest benefit is to my family (wife and son) and friends. I'm a much better person without it. I'll still have a beer or a glass of wine in a (legitimately!) social gathering, but none in excess.
Good job and thank you. 30 days hell I am on day 4 and I already feel more productive lol

Glad to see you making efforts to improve your life and the lives of your family, being around a drunk sucks.

I used to drink a lot..... I didn't quit totally. I still have a beer or 2 a few times a month, mostly when I go over to the neighbors house or waiting on a table at a restaurant. I don't remember the last time I got drunk.


Thanks for your service!
Thank you!

Congrats on realizing that you have a problem and doing something to fix it.
My advice, DO NOT go back to drinking, you'll just end up being the same way.
I quit almost 14 years ago and at this point I never want to go back.
I tend to agree with you. Good job on your sobriety.

Good job. I've just done something somewhat similar.

I'd been drinking every night for about 3 years I think. Rum and coke. Couple of BIG ones every night (think Big Gulp size), and strong. Thought I couldn't get to sleep without a buzz. Always end up staying up too late because I was "having a good time". Felt like shit the next morning getting up for work a lot of the time. I also go to school a few nights a week. I figured that when I started doing that I'd slow down, instead I'd just slam a few drinks when I got home instead of taking my time like a "normal" night.

Thing is, I don't have kids. I have my wonderful woman, but we work opposite schedules. I'm home alone every night during the week. I think boredom created the opportunity.

A couple of months ago I got sick. I haven't had the flu for at least 20 years and it finally got me one evening. Felt like shit, got home from school, poured me a drink and couldn't finish. went to bed only to wake up an hour later and barely making it to the bathroom to projectile vomit. Didn't really eat or drink anything but water for the next 2 days. After the flu went away, I didn't feel like drinking anymore.

I didn't drink a drop for at least two weeks or so. I remember trying to have a beer on a weekend and only drinking half of it, just didn't want it for some reason.

Amazingly enough, since I quit, I can go to sleep just fine much to my surprise, and at a decent hour as well. I also wake up feeling refreshed and in a decent mood. Seems the booze kept me up. Additionally, I didn't know I could get that much shit done at home during the evenings. Seems working on the house or in the garage is more productive than watching the tube and drinking! Who knew, right!?

I've since had my drinks, and I do enjoy a good scotch with a cigar, I'm sure that will never change, but I don't drink every night. I'll have a few beers on a weekend night when I'm hanging out with the GF. A bottle of rum (750ml) used to last me 2 nights, now I've had the same bottle for over a month with no danger of it running out any time soon. I've taken on a larger class load for next semester because I now seem to have all this free time to fill up with productive things.

A change that I didn't suspect is my friends reaction to how I am. I've been told things like "when did you stop being an asshole?" or "What happened that made you so nice?" and things of that nature for the last couple of months. I didn't realize I was such the curmudgeonly prick before.

I've found what works for me and hopefully I can keep it up. Good luck to you and I hope you can as well!! I'll cheers you with the gay-assed sleepytime green tea that I seem to have become accustomed to having a cup of every night!
It's so easy man to go over board. Nothing wrong with tea my wife makes me some from time to time.
 

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Jan 6th will be one year alcohol free for me. It'll be tough at first, but if you've really made up your mind you can do it. I tried unsuccessfully before because I only half-heartedly wanted to quit. It's amazing how much alcohol is used in everything, commercials, music, movies, tv series, etc

My story for why I quit: I had been drinking every day for about 2 years. Not excessively, but 3-6 beers daily, sometimes a little more and usually more on weekends. I felt it was a problem, but I wasn't getting drunk every night so I ignored it. As soon as I walked in the door from work, I popped a beer.

Then on Jan 6th '14, my sister and brother-in-law stayed the night. I picked him up a 30 pack of his beer since he wouldn't be arriving until later that evening. He arrived at 6 o'clock and we headed off to bed at 9 o'clock. The next morning I grabbed a water from the beer fridge and he had 6 beers left from the 30 pack. I don't know how late he stayed up in his room drinking. I questioned him the next day and he starts basically bragging about how much he drinks. Telling me he bases his chores or daily routines on 30 packs instead of hours. i.e. mowing his acre on riding mower was a 30 pack. I haven't touched alcohol since that day just to make sure I never ended up like that. I even left my beer in the fridge until my wife gave it to the neighbor, whiskey, vodka, etc in pantry, and wine in wine fridge, which normally if there was alcohol in the house, I couldn't pass it up.
Same here. Pop a beer and kiss the wife and kid. Should be them first! I always did the 30 pk thing. Every wheeling trip 36 pk minimum and a bottle of crown, I would go through most of it myself in two days.

I purposely left the remaining beers in my fridge, liquor in the cabinet, wine in the pantry because why should my wife not be able to enjoy and occasional drink? She is not the one with the problem. Doesn't bother me.
 

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Same here. Pop a beer and kiss the wife and kid. Should be them first! I always did the 30 pk thing. Every wheeling trip 36 pk minimum and a bottle of crown, I would go through most of it myself in two days.

I purposely left the remaining beers in my fridge, liquor in the cabinet, wine in the pantry because why should my wife not be able to enjoy and occasional drink? She is not the one with the problem. Doesn't bother me.
I've really never understood people that can down an 18/24/36 pack on their own. I'm lucky if i can go through a 6 pack of "good" beer in 6 months. Now, liquor is a different beast. I tie one on about once a year on average. Otherwise I'm a drink here every so often type.
 

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Day 4 feel great.

So my wife's girlfriend randomly wanted to stop by last night and have girl talk :barf::barf::barf: Naturally that means they share a bottle of wine. Didn't phase me and her friend was shocked that I wasn't drinking. I told her that those 2 drinking that bottle of wine would have been my excuse to drink 10 beers easy because in my mind that is a social gathering so it is OK for me to drink as much as I want, even if I get up at 0430.

Instead I sociallized a little, watched some alaska offroad and drank a glass of milk. It was a good night.

I just want to say with all the shit talking I do on here and most of us do on here I really appreciate the input from everyone. It means a lot. I have seen this group do wonderful things for those in need in the past and I have helped as well. So here's to the first friday in a long time I won't be getting shit faced :flipoff2:
 

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I've really never understood people that can down an 18/24/36 pack on their own. I'm lucky if i can go through a 6 pack of "good" beer in 6 months. Now, liquor is a different beast. I tie one on about once a year on average. Otherwise I'm a drink here every so often type.
It's called alcoholism. You my friend are what I would call a responsible drinker if that is all you consume, good job.
 

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First, Semper Fi! And thank you for your service Marine.

Second, good for you man. I mean it, so many people don't realize what they have in a great family and let it pass them by. You're going to love that you made this decision. It'll be tough, but you're a Marine, this should be a walk in the park for you.

Third, I'm glad you came here to talk to us about it. Even if we are all e-friends, we all have each others backs, and especially for those that have served for us. If you get in a spot and start to slide, come here and let us know. There are enough of us around that can help get you back straight, help provide some distraction (normally in the form of hard labor :D ), something. We will all gladly help you with this man.

Good luck, and Merry Christmas.
 

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Last time I drank, I crawled into a half gallon of vodka and stayed drunk for 3 days.

I haven't drank since. Hasn't been very long though, just a few months. Going through a lot of personal issues right now and was using it too much as a crutch.

This is the first time I've said anything to anybody. Not going to meetings or anything. Cold turkey!!!
 

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I said I need to stop for over 10 years, luckily I had a experience in the desert and woke up. Shoot me a message if you need someone to talk to, I have crazy crazy drinking story's and great recollection of the last 4 3/4 years of my life being sober.

I wish I could have had just one(beer), but I cant so I have none.
 

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Good for you, OP.

About 4 years ago, I realized I had a drinking problem. I wasn't addicted to booze, but I was pretty much addicted to partying. I liked being a happy drunk, but I was still a drunk. I had a beer with every dinner, and a beer next to me in the shop.

Stopped cold turkey and didn't have a drink for over two years. Now I have a couple good beers a month. I'm looking down the barrel at 40 and feel better than I did at 20 (I was drinking a lot by then!)


Good for you. And thanks for your service!

Come here to vent or be frustrated. PM coming.

I "quit" drinking several months ago and it's been wonderful!! I've lost count on how long it's been (purposefully), but close to 6 months. I found if I kept a count of how long drinking was still something in the front of my mind like it always had been. After about 30days you lose that urge and realize you are more productive without it.

I also lost a bunch of weight which I contribute heavily to the useless beer calories.

and the biggest benefit is to my family (wife and son) and friends. I'm a much better person without it. I'll still have a beer or a glass of wine in a (legitimately!) social gathering, but none in excess.
^^^^^

I wasn't fat, but I still lost 25# without those useless beer calories (20# from not drinking, 5# more from working out...which I didn't feel like doing as much when I was drinking a lot).

Find something you love doing--a healthy outlet. Biking, running, hiking, climbing, basketball, racquetball, etc.
 

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Good for you man!

I quit drinking over 6 years ago. I honestly had not realized how bad I had gotten. I wanted to quit for a while and then see how I felt. I was having some stomach problems, insomnia and some other stuff.

My stomach problems got better really quick, but my insomnia actually got worse. I quickly realized just how many times I was passing out every night and not actually falling asleep. :laughing:

I look back at that period of time in my life and I'm thankful that I didn't end up with a DUI like so many of my friends. I'm thankful that I didn't hurt or kill anyone else with my drunken antics. And most of all I'm thankful that my family was so close knit and helped me thru quitting.
 

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Good job man. Deciding to quit, and then actually doing, are two different things and you've taken your first step off the boat. I'm sober 6 years and change. There's a lot of good advice out there and there's a lot of bad advice. You have to quit for you. The wife, daughter, job, stuff, none of that will keep you away from the drink even though they are all great reasons.

Find a different outlet for the energy it took to be a drunk in the first place. You will find it necessary to fill your time with something else, so make it constructive. This is pirate, so we all ready have hobbies and activities we can spend time on (and the money we used to buy beer with) and these are usually things we can do with the family, so it's a win win. Sober dad and husband with some extra jangle in the pocket is a great place to start building awesome memories.

I was a stone cold falling off the bar stool black out alcoholic. I did more damage in my drinking career than I care to elaborate on but suffice it to say that you DO NOT ever have to go through what I and many of my friends did. Without the drink the world is on offer, go get ya some.

Don't discount that there might very well be some deep seeded stuff buried within that you've covered up and are not consciously aware of. If there is, it may come out in other ways and other behaviors and it won't go away until it's dealt with. You may be a man of few words and don't want to talk to others. Could be for a lot of reasons and that's cool. Just know that anything you talk about (especially on here, but other places as well) is not burdening the other person nor is it weak. Keeping destructive things inside us only destroys one thing in the end... Ourselves.

Keep us updated. I would suggest checking out a closed AA meeting. You don't have to say anything to anyone if you don't want to.
 

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After a many years of boozing I decided to call it quits. Quit for a while or quit forever hell I dunno. I was diagnosed with ptsd from my combat tours in iraq in 03 and 04 during my time in the marines. Maybe I have been hiding something maybe not. I hold a great job and make good money. I have a wonderful wife and the sweetest baby girl who is 2. I am burned out and tired of drinking. I am tired of feeling like crap. It was never an issue of drinking during work or before like my father did but it was how many beers can I have tonight.

Crack a beer in the house a sip on that but then go to the garage and slam 3 more. This behavior continued over and over on most nights. Top all that off with swigs of whiskey, crown moslty. My insides were hurting but I was fine emotionally I think. I have told myself for the last 2 years you need to stop. I would always find a reason to drink and justify it in my head. I tried to say "oh I'll only drink on the weekends" that never lasted. I think since 04 after my last tour I may have went 5 to 6 days one time without alcohol.

Anyway I don't talk much to people about shit but I've read some heavy stuff on here in the past one most recently from my buddy. So what the hell. I have a drinking problem and I am 3 days sober. I feel pretty damn good too. I have a daughter and a wife who need me around. I always joke with my wife and say "at least I have a life insurance policy" which is fawking dumb of me. I'm going to stay sober until I feel like I can be a responsible adult in my personal life and not just my professional life. I pay taxes, I work hard, I own a home etc. All that is shit if I'm a drunk.

Anyway cheers fawkers!
Good for you, better for your family.

Props.
 

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Day 4 feel great.
I'm a few days ahead of you, this evening it will be day (night) 7. For me it is/was whisky, 1/2 a bottle or more every night, easy. I'd drink it like it was water. I started having panic attacks in the afternoons... and they were getting worse. So I decided to quit. Or at least stop for a while to see if that was indeed what's causing the panic attacks. But now that I've stopped, even for the 1st week, it feels good. It's actually easier than I thought. ... lets hope it stays that way :D

I'm having more trouble getting to sleep now, but once I actually do fall asleep it seems to be better sleep. I do feel a whole lot better during the day. A little depressed at night, but so far it's not bad.

Good luck buddy, keep posting up :)
 

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Good job and good luck. We have a similar background. I quit cold turkey for almost 5 years. For the last couple of years I have started to drink responsibly. I can have a couple of beers and a good time without getting sloppy drunk and embarrassing. I still know that I am an alcoholic, I keep that in mind everytime I drink.

You are on the right track and you will get there. Good for you for "waking up".
 
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