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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by TC6969, Aug 1, 2020.
Turned into 8 months!
How did the rest of you guys do?
Yeah, it went well.
Stopped December 30. Haven’t blinked. No more hangovers.
I got 3 years on july 9th! Congrats on 8 months!
Nearing 10yrs. Don't miss it a bit.
Keep coming back, brothers. And congratulations!
Didn’t participate , don’t have a problem .
Had a single icy cold Heilmann’s Old Style last night - then went to bed.
January ? Are you trying to bring me down ? We have two good months left...jeez.
All those that needed to stop - and did ?
Good on you ...
2.5 years for me. Smooth sailing. Don’t miss the pain.
Hangovers are the #1 reason I stopped drinking. Around my early 30's, I noticed the hangovers were getting more severe, and it took less alcohol to trigger them. They were literally an entire wasted day of pure torture. I don't miss it. I never had a problem with the actual alcohol itself, but it is no longer worth the suffering.
One beer, a Coors Lite, just to be polite, a couple weeks ago. That was the first alcoholic anything since last September, when I stopped in support of a person close to me.
I seriously consider joining you guys.
I may have slipped this afternoon
Haven’t had a drink since last October
Congrats man. My son just finished 3 years and counting. Keep it up!
Anyone that can fight the demons and come out on top of anything addictive deserves praise and support.
'best regards...keep it up!! Other's love you more for it!
first of all , congratulations on your extended vacation on the soft sandy beaches of sobriety,
nice place to hang out, yeah. I was told that I could do anything for just one day and so it went,
one day, one day, one day and suddenly one day turned into 37 years or 8 months or just today and I hope that those times that may occur, when you feel like a piece of raw liver being pulled through a knot hole, not that you will , but I have, sometimes do and when IT happens I always ask, hungry, anger, lonely, tired, take a hot bath ,eat a tasty meal, with desert, you know treat myself well,
listen to an H.P. Lovecraft audio book on the you-tube, and have a nice sleep and when I wake up, I always feel so much better.
oh this is supposed to be about you , sorry I digress.
Isn't the way it is better than the way it was, we share this in common.
Well done, I'm impressed (says he with a glass of wine next to the laptop).
This "situation" we're in doesn't help though and a couple of weeks ago my wife and I decided to start dieting and to stay away from alcohol on weeknights.
I quit drinking on 4 December, and made it three and a half months until 15 March, when all the covid19 nonsense got me angry, and I started back up again.
I have learned moderation though, and I must confess, it's a novel and desirable concept at this age.
I'm so glade that it's o.k. not drink.
I wish it was free, the rate I'm going through it!