I can be drunk enough to be falling over, throwing up and passing out and still have reasoning and judgment faculties. Just try to tell me that somebody in this state isn't drunk.
(Original post by Nuffles)
You're not properly drunk then
Regrets and mistakes are part of growing up and learning who you are.
Besides, the principle tenet of biology is variation, so it's hardly surprising that people have different physiological reactions to alcohol. It would be a very odd thing if everyone had the exact same reaction.
Last edited by Retrodiction; 04-08-2011 at 13:18.
I've been sitting here for 30 minutes and have tried several times to write a reply to you that sufficiently explains what I feel and why I feel it. It's not something you can explain to somebody in a single post. I'm tired - tired of life and tired of living. I'm 19 and I feel old. The main thing is that things are getting better, I can feel things improving and my friends have seen massive changes in me too. I'm becoming the person I have the potential to be rather than the person that I am - the person that I hate with every particle of my being. I still have a long way to go but that small change I can feel is enough to drive me, having spent years in a horrible, dark place. There's so much to say but no way to say it. Hopefully this reply will be enough to satisfy your curiosity
(Original post by DontJudge)
You do seem quite depressed, and like you have alot of spare time on your hands.
What do you think is the main reason it is caused?
Last edited by Nuffles; 04-08-2011 at 16:00.
Last edited by DontJudge; 04-08-2011 at 16:41.
See? This is why I didn't want to post what came up and why I posted something else instead. I spent half an hour writing different things and in the end I didn't write anything about my problems because there's no way I could explain everything in one post. I don't like people analysing me. People have tried to help me by analysing me before but it never helps because I
know the problem is with me and not with my life. I'm getting there. Slowly. I'm fixing myself and my problems. What I do and what happens to me when inebriated in some form is having a positive impact on my life, along with other things (such as breaking up with my long term girlfriend - I didn't see it at the time but since breaking up with her I've made massive progress). I was too scared to go to university last year because I thought everyone would hate me and that I would fail. I'm excited this year. It's going to be a good thing for me.
(Original post by DontJudge)
well im a psychologist kinda girl so lemme explain something.
You need to admit you are using alcohol and it is not good for you, it doesn't bring out the real you. You're saying it brings the real you, but thats you in denial due to family issues.
I've had many friends issues as well which caused me to be ill for 3 years. however what you need to say to yourself, get back on your feet, sort your life out, be independant, dont trust everyone. Dont tell everyone everything all the time.
its good you talk about your problems.
but if you talk about it with everyone, then that will just remind you everytime how ****ty your live really is. you are taking the emotion-focused coping method, rather problem-focused coping.
If you could edit your post and possibly reply to what I actually posted that would be great, or just delete your post. I don't know. This has turned into a ****storm. Just get rid of what I wrote originally please
Last edited by Nuffles; 04-08-2011 at 16:12.