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      Quote Originally Posted by Treebow View Post
      If he loses control sometimes when he drinks, and he can't stop drinking for good and stay stopped on his own with no help no program, he's what we call a real alcoholic, some people on here who were able to stop drinking for good on their own if they had a good enough reason with no help no lifelong program are what we call hard drinkers, then there's my wife who can have one beer and stop and doesn't drink for the effect we call them moderate drinkers, these are the three types of drinkers, he has to figure out which type of drinker he is and be willing to go to any length to stop, then you can help him, as it was already said.

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      Quote Originally Posted by cherrybombfitnes View Post
      Bottom line is he knows itís a problem and wants to stop. If someone isnít ready to stop it will never happen. I donít think there are any labels any one person fits exactly. Iím a serious addict. I get addicted to everything I enjoy. I donít believe in real alcoholics or fake alcoholics or labels or rules that apply to certain drinkers and not to other types. It all comes down to a personís mindset. Some are weaker than others. Thatís all. Iím on the weaker aide myself. But I love my kids more and myself more than to just kill myself drinking. He is still moderate even though itís just as hard to stop. At least heís drinking g beer and not straight liquor all week from morning to night. Heís in a good place and he has good friends who care. Heíll be fine. Just remind him of how he gets when heís drunk. Thatís my 2 cents


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      Quote Originally Posted by MrBash View Post
      BDP!!! Take this from a guy who was addicted to Alcohol and drugs for many years. I also almost destroyed my marriage, my wife and my children’s emotional and spiritual well being along with it. I love my Wife. I love my children. I would do anything for them. Fill me with drugs and alcohol. All that goes out the window. I am and always will be a alcoholic. With that comes the drugs. I love to get fucked up. I love to party. I love to chase women. I love to spend money wether I have it or not.my girls are 15 and 11 and up to 5 years ago my kids never saw me drink. They didn’t know I had a problem. I battled this demons many times in my life and was able to keep it at bay or out of their life. It was easier when they were younger. I could hide more. I relapsed 5 years ago and when I couldn’t hide it anymore my wife told me I had to leave cause I couldn’t subject my girls to it. She’s been with me 27 years this August and this Demond’s is nothing new to her. When she told me to leave my demonds said go man and I did. And that lead to a 8 month downward spiral. I left my wife my kids for booze and pussy. I couldn’t give a fuck bout anything else. I wanted to but the shit had its claws in me. And the story goes on. By the grace of god I was able to pull myself back out of the whole. I had a restraining order on me and I was in divorce court. Not because I was abusive but because every time I went to see the kids I was fucked up and my wife didn’t want to expose them to it. I was in divorce court not because she didn’t love me but sh couldn’t watch me destroy myself anymore and didn’t know what to do. I got myself into a detox and rehab. Fast Foward. I will have 4 years sober July 19th. My wife and our relationship is stronger than it ever has been. My kids still adore me as I do them. Life is good. I go to Alcoholics Annonymous. It keeps me grounded. When I first go sober I went every now I go 3- 4 nights a week. If your friend knows he has a problem that is good he recognizes theirnis a problem. Now what is he gonna do about it. Rehab? AA?. Quiting on his own with no support from people that have been thru it is hard. Getting sober is hard but staying sober is easy. Just don’t drink. I have bbq’s all the time and don’t drink. I’m not board. I laugh I don’t drink like a normal person. I have a bbq and people come and have 2-3 beers. Or a glass of wine. I want a bottle Jack Daniels and a 8ball of come and thn give me a few strippers that want to party and get lost for a few days. That’s how i am rolling. I love my life and am not giving it up for anything ever again. That’s why I had to take a step back from my aas use. It was starting to control me the way alcohol did. If you hadn’t a habit at one time then you know where I Am coming from. You have my wikr. Hit me ion if your buddy needs some more advice. Depression, alcohol and throw aas Into the mix is a recipe for disaster. No amount of Prozac is going to clear that up. Pm if you want my other info so you can get I touch with me other than what you have already.
      Thanks Bro ...i feel like im actually talking to my freind himself when i talk to you...your like the same person lol....thanks man...ill wkr you later..

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      Quote Originally Posted by Hayabusa_muscle View Post
      Be there for him.
      Drinking that much just makes things worse.
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      And hope you friend can see the light..
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      Lets hope he can make a change.. Hes excited to do it

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      Thanks everyone for your support...Thats why i love this place soo much...its a true brotherhood....i tried to get him to come on here himself ....but he said something about being imbarrised or an image to up keep some bullshit ...hahaa..but he reads all the responses...and says how greatfull we all are to have a place like this...and he is excited to start this new chapter in life...thank you all for taking the time .BIGPERKDrinking problem

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      Tell him Iím literally just out of my drinking. Itís been like a month without any drink whatsoever. Iím stoked as fuck and reached the peak and got over it but if he needs some advice to get over the peak Iím willing to try even though my advice could be worth shit lol either way.


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      Quote Originally Posted by cherrybombfitnes View Post
      Tell him Iím literally just out of my drinking. Itís been like a month without any drink whatsoever. Iím stoked as fuck and reached the peak and got over it but if he needs some advice to get over the peak Iím willing to try even though my advice could be worth shit lol either way.


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      Any advice is more the welcome ..and highly apreciated brother...hes just trying to take it one step at a time and hope to make it the first week lmfao...gives him anxiety thinking about it he say

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      Quote Originally Posted by Bigdaddyperk View Post
      Any advice is more the welcome ..and highly apreciated brother...hes just trying to take it one step at a time and hope to make it the first week lmfao...gives him anxiety thinking about it he say

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      I’m a recovering alcoholic/addict. Almost 8 months sober. I hit my rock bottom which to some may not be their rock bottom. I’ve tried to sober up in the past and just figured my drinking was a problem when I partied. Here’s the thing. If you think you have a drinking problem, most likely you do. I sobered up by going cold turkey(both alcohol and drugs). Going that route had its consequences both physically and mentally. But I did it and so can your friend. I got 2 months in and my anxieties and thoughts were eating me. Until I went to AA and just gave it a shot. I figured why not if I had nothing to lose. Best decision in my entire life. Meetings helped me Understand why I acted the way I acted. I could’ve most likely stayed sober up until now without meetings, but I would just be a “dry alcoholic”. Meetings helped me manage my anxieties and thoughts. We’re prideful people. We don’t want to look weak. Your buddy sounds like he’s the same. He can get through this. He just has to want it. The type of want that you’d give up anything to make it happen. I wish him all the best.

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      Perk I can completely relate to your friend. I had been drinking since I was 12 years old (Iím 44 now) and stopped 2 years ago this past June. I drank beer primarily for the whole time period, everyday and for the last years of my drinking from the time I woke up until I went to bed, passed out. I donít know what changed that made me want to stop, I wish that I could say that I had an epiphany but I didnít. I was 42 at the time, divorced, lost everything from alcohol or I should say from my own actions with alcohol as a catalyst. I had been a very successful securities broker, lost everything after my divorce and wallowed in my own pity. Bad idea. Here I was 42, no job, 5 back surgeries under my belt, feeling sorry for myself not to mention a med flight from the local hospital to the city hospital because I almost died. I was getting vertigo so bad just by going down a flight of stairs that I had a seizure and tore my bicep. Never imagining my life without alcohol I needed a change, I had resolved myself to the fact that I was going to die. I have 3 kids and what kind of legacy would that leave?? So, I stopped. Not without detox help, alcohol is very dangerous that way, you could die from alcohol withdrawal. I havenít touched or thought of alcohol since June 14 2017. Iím fortunate. My advice, do exactly what youíre doing now, be there for your friend in anyway that you can. You reaching out to the brotherhood speaks volumes as to the friend that you are. I wish that I could say do this or do that but everyone is different. Some like and do well with meetings, Iíve never been to one. My AA has been work, what I didnít have at 42 was a job what I have now is a career again working 60 hours a week, maybe I traded the alcohol addiction for a work addiction, it works. I have this forum and the great people on here who share their own stories and I share mine without any judgement. I have the weights again. I want to apologize in advance for this long winded rant, I guess itís been dying to come out. Good luck to your friend, his life can literally turn on a dime for the good without question. He can prevail m, itís never too late brother


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      Quote Originally Posted by bundy View Post
      Perk I can completely relate to your friend. I had been drinking since I was 12 years old (Iím 44 now) and stopped 2 years ago this past June. I drank beer primarily for the whole time period, everyday and for the last years of my drinking from the time I woke up until I went to bed, passed out. I donít know what changed that made me want to stop, I wish that I could say that I had an epiphany but I didnít. I was 42 at the time, divorced, lost everything from alcohol or I should say from my own actions with alcohol as a catalyst. I had been a very successful securities broker, lost everything after my divorce and wallowed in my own pity. Bad idea. Here I was 42, no job, 5 back surgeries under my belt, feeling sorry for myself not to mention a med flight from the local hospital to the city hospital because I almost died. I was getting vertigo so bad just by going down a flight of stairs that I had a seizure and tore my bicep. Never imagining my life without alcohol I needed a change, I had resolved myself to the fact that I was going to die. I have 3 kids and what kind of legacy would that leave?? So, I stopped. Not without detox help, alcohol is very dangerous that way, you could die from alcohol withdrawal. I havenít touched or thought of alcohol since June 14 2017. Iím fortunate. My advice, do exactly what youíre doing now, be there for your friend in anyway that you can. You reaching out to the brotherhood speaks volumes as to the friend that you are. I wish that I could say do this or do that but everyone is different. Some like and do well with meetings, Iíve never been to one. My AA has been work, what I didnít have at 42 was a job what I have now is a career again working 60 hours a week, maybe I traded the alcohol addiction for a work addiction, it works. I have this forum and the great people on here who share their own stories and I share mine without any judgement. I have the weights again. I want to apologize in advance for this long winded rant, I guess itís been dying to come out. Good luck to your friend, his life can literally turn on a dime for the good without question. He can prevail m, itís never too late brother


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      Congrats man thats awsome...thats what this place is all about brother..as for my 'buddy' hes gonna be fine ..he just needed to realise he was getting out of control slippin a bit...thursday fri ..sat..and sun...this last week he limited it to 3 beers with the wife..sat night thats it it was perfect..then had great sex ate and hit the sack...soo maybe he not quiting completely ...but being much more responsible..see what happens...lol

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