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... Hey I have been googling a lot recently because in the past 6 months I've been blacking out quite frequently. ... (8 replies)
... Meepmup, young friend, if you are drinking to the point of blacking out, then I am telling you, gently, that you are an alcoholic. If the drinking is so uncontrolled that it reaches the point of blacking out, it truly is serious. ... (8 replies)
... I guess I should be more clear. The nights I black out are the nights I plan on getting really drunk. There are plenty of nights in between when I drink casually and don't black out. ... (8 replies)

... Is it because you need to keep in with the crowd, if so then it might be in your favour to seek out other friends with a more positive attitude to drinking. ... (8 replies)
... Don't get me wrong I am not for one moment suggesting that you are an Alcoholic but drinking to the point of passing out is leading to a larger problem and you need to get this under control with the correct help. ... (8 replies)
... Well, meepmup, I read your words and while I can understand them, I can not relate to them at all. Guess we will have to agree to disagree on this. I wish you well in life. ... (8 replies)
... ion from beer to liquor hasn't really clicked in my head. I keep thinking I can drink the same amount, but in reality, liquor is much stronger. I guess it's more out of habit "have these many drinks" without realizing the strengths and differences of the drinks. ... (8 replies)
... Thank you. (8 replies)
... Here's the thing, your liver can only process so much alcohol per hour, when you drink too quickly your liver can not keep up and your blood alcohol level rises to a point where your brain function is compromised, that's why you blackout, because your brain cannot function properly anymore. It's that simple. Also, when you notice your tolerance to alcohol has increased,... (8 replies)
... I don't know where to start. I guess I've had a drinking problem since high school and my habits haven't changed much and I'm almost 30 years old. ... (8 replies)
... Nicci57. Well its not that my friends even cared that I stopped drinking cold turkey style. I always made them go out drinking so I wouldn't look bad going out drinking by myself. ... (20 replies)
... are bad, good, or in between. It is their way out. They may develop a physical addiction to the drug, or they may not. Regardless, if being able to control your drinking is out of the question, seek help. Even if you can have 1 or 2 drinks, but it's still on your mind, you're obsessing about having more. ... (4 replies)
... Typically I drink about 5 nights a week. 3 nights a week I drink very heavily. I have had problems with blacking out and not rembering what I have done the night before. Luckily I have not found myself in any kind trouble with the law although I maybe should have. ... (6 replies)
Lucky NA vs AA??
Aug 25, 2003
... y pill abuse and I know that many other's around the room not only can be sympathetic, but they KNOW because they did it too. Just like when someone talks about drinking 2 fifths of vodka a day, and blacking out at work, and getting five DUI's... ... (14 replies)
... t why, and how it is that a person who doesnt drink every day could still share that same restlessness and psychological feelings of withdrawal that a day in day out binge drinker does, it simply comes down to each individuals pattern of addiction. ... (3 replies)
Sobriety bores me
Sep 27, 2009
... I feel like I can relate to your story somewhat. I am also an "alcoholic", am 23, an atheist, and have also been on various antidepressants. I didn't start drinking until I was 18, but it can progress very quickly. I started blacking out all the time, no matter how hard I tried to not drink too much. ... (11 replies)
... with my words, Gunther, but everyon likes entertainment at a party or social setting. You are worth much more than that as a human, Gunther. I don't think your drinking is the basis of your emotional problems, but merely what you use to cover up your emotional problems. ... (5 replies)
... day. My life had become unmanagable, I was irritible, restless, and discontent. I had some close calls such as minor car accidents, burning holes in chairs, and blacking out. ... (30 replies)
... The key issue seems to be that it's causing problems in your relationship. While I don't personally think a beer or two is a big deal, my opinion doesn't matter. ... (3 replies)

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