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    So I've gotta admit it n let it out I've got a drinking prob
    Was brought a bottle of wine thought to myself yerp I'll just have one glass one lead to 3! I've just tipped the bottle down the sink so i don't get drunk ( could feel myself wanting to get wasted) I just don't understand why I can't stop at just one it's so frustrating I need help b dunno where to get it.

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    (((hugs))) how about an AA meeting? Or your gp should be able to point you in the right direction.

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    Thanks I'm going to dr on Monday n will make it clear to him I need the help I'm not sure about AA meeting though

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    I completely understand. I feel like I can go ages without having a drink - bit if I have a wine I find it difficult to stop at one.

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    Hey there Jagamoe,

    It takes a lot of courage to ask for help with an addiction, and I applaud you for your courage.

    I don't have any personal experience to offer, but I believe that admitting the problem is the first, and often the hardest, step.

    I think talking to your GP is an excellent idea.

    Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    I completely understand. I feel like I can go ages without having a drink - bit if I have a wine I find it difficult to stop at one.
    Must be a wine thing then ? I dunno I can happily have just 1 beer or rtd cruiser etc but with wine I feel like oh another glass won't hurt and end up drinking the whole bottle n wanting to get drunk n I know I use alachol as a stress relief kinda thing but just don't understand why I have trouble stopping at just one :-$

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    Quote Originally Posted by OurLittleBlessing View Post
    Hey there Jagamoe,

    It takes a lot of courage to ask for help with an addiction, and I applaud you for your courage.

    I don't have any personal experience to offer, but I believe that admitting the problem is the first, and often the hardest, step.

    I think talking to your GP is an excellent idea.

    Good luck
    Thanks I'm kinda scared to tell droit need help controlling it. Urgh wish it was as easy as just saying no

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    hi, I think it is wise of you to seek help from your GP. I wonder if there is something in wine that triggers you to want to go overboard.?? I think most people with alcohol problems cant stop at the first drink no matter what, but you can have only one beer. ?? I am sure AA will have plenty of support and information for you, so that will be worth following up, after you see the doctor. all the best, Marie.

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    I love my wine... I have a glass every night, well I used to. I don't touch it now. I don't think you have addiction. I have family that have addiction to alcohol and that is another story all together! Don't be so hard on yourself, maybe take it as a sign that maybe you need a break. If you can have one beer and stop, in my honest opinion, I don't think you are addicted.

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    I just want to give you some big hugs and congratulate you on your strength and courage in admitting you may have a problem.

    You have inspired me to to get something off my chest, a deep dark secret I have held onto for way too long:

    I am a mother of 2, I have a very successful career, I have a loving husband and a beautiful home, I am nursing my mother who is dying and I have nobody to help me with that and finally - I think I have an alcohol problem

    I have 'googled' the definition of alcoholic and am sad to say I tick a few of the boxes, I like to have a glass of wine everynight, sometimes 2 (or 3), sometimes if I have had a horrible day it could be 4 glasses and like many others I can go weeks without having a drink but the moment I have 1 its like I literally fall off the wagon and am back to a few drinks everynight. Sometimes I get tipsy, rarely I get drunk. Sadly I cannot imagine my life without alcohol being part of it in some way shape or form. I have a huge work event coming up in 8 weeks and I mean huge and my weakness for wine is kinda scaring me as I would hate to make a fool out of my self in front of my collegues.

    Sorry no point to my rant (can you tell I have had a few glasses of wine ) I guess for me all I can do is be aware of what I drink and continue to reason in my own head and force myself to stop like I have so far managed to do


 

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