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I drink in school. Exam stress too much?
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How do you manage to drink in school without the teachers realising?
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How do you manage to drink in school without the teachers realising?
Put it in water bottle
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Put it in water bottle
I'd say it depends how bad your problem is. Do you think you need help or can you just slowly wean yourself off the alcohol?

You also need to find other healthy alternatives to help you relieve your stress. Maybe sports, yoga, a hobby etc?
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I'd say it depends how bad your problem is. Do you think you need help or can you just slowly wean yourself off the alcohol?

You also need to find other healthy alternatives to help you relieve your stress. Maybe sports, yoga, a hobby etc?
Title probably overstated. I never used to drink but recently it's something I've been doing with increasing frequency. I don't think my body has a natural response to stress. As opposed to stress making me panic or provide some sort of drive, I become lethargic and demotivated because I feel my goals are out of reach and it's all too late etc..
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Please stop. As someone who has had to raise her 20 year old son alone for the best part of 12 or 13 years due to his father's alcoholism, culminating in his father's suicide ten years ago [ I walked into his house and found him stone cold dead lay on the top of his bed.] this year in July I will strongly advise you to stop. Whatever problems you have, however much you feel alcohol numbs the emotions and the pain or anxiety, you are only masking the issues you are avoiding. Trust me, it is far better to face whatever issues you might have with a clear head. Your problems will not go away by taking a drink. You will simply be adding to them. And then some.
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Please stop. As someone who has had to raise her 20 year old son alone for the best part of 12 or 13 years due to his father's alcoholism, culminating in his father's suicide ten years ago [ I walked into his house and found him stone cold dead lay on the top of his bed.] this year in July I will strongly advise you to stop. Whatever problems you have, however much you feel alcohol numbs the emotions and the pain or anxiety, you are only masking the issues you are avoiding. Trust me, it is far better to face whatever issues you might have with a clear head. Your problems will not go away by taking a drink. You will simply be adding to them. And then some.
Thank you for this
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If you cant handle exams how will you cope in the real world?


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If you cant handle exams how will you cope in the real world?


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I'm sure I'll get through like I always do
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I often drink in school but don't worry it's not alcoholism till you're at least 40
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My son's alcoholic father. A bit of background. Most people assume that the people who become alcoholics are the ones who start drinking when they are 12 or 13 or even younger. My son's father had never even tasted one drop of alcohol until he was 20. Within two years he knew he was addicted to it though.
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I think you may be dysfunctional
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