Cooperstown Posted March 11, 2007 Share Posted March 11, 2007 While I I wouldn't say I am an alocoholic by any means I do have a problem with drinking. I had something very good going with someone that I just ruined last night at a party because I was out of control drunk. That's usually how it happens, I start out social and I don't stop until just before I have to throw up usually. At some point the switch flips and I go from social to , I've hurt friends as well as this girl I was seeing very badly last night with my behavior. I don't like who I am when I drink, it's not who I am, I'm angry, possesive, jealous, and probably a list of other less then admirable traits. I'm not the kind of person that can just go socially have one or two usually, I don't drink that often, but when I do it's out of hand. How does one begin to repair lost friendships with people by there actions while intoxicated? Are some things really unforgivable? If that is the case I certainly have it coming. It is truly a shame that I had to do something that bad to realize I needed to stop. I've been kind of realizing that slowly over the last few months that I needed to slow down and I had successfully done that. How do you successfully not drink? I'm 24 and I'm from Wisconsin, seriously that's just what you do in Wisconsin, you drink. How do you get rid of the shame and embrassment after your actions are done? Is time really the only heal to wounds of this sort? I have felt lower in my life, however, I work with these people, the girl I was seeing I work with. She is something else and I may have ruined that. This was a work party there were 15 co workers there, I'm ashamed to the point where I may quit my job? When it came to that point I realized I have a problem, I'm a when I get drunk. I have to see all these people everyday, what will they be thinking when they see me? Is this recoverable? While these questions are retorhical(spl?) I am looking for help, will I ever feel comfortable around these people again? Will she forgive me? Link to comment
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