View Poll Results: How many days a week on average do you drink Alcohol?

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  • I don't drink

    13 17.33%
  • I don't drink regularly

    28 37.33%
  • 1 day

    5 6.67%
  • 2 days

    10 13.33%
  • 3 days

    3 4.00%
  • 4 days

    6 8.00%
  • 5 days

    5 6.67%
  • 6 days

    1 1.33%
  • everyday

    4 5.33%
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    I drink everyday at the moment, 1-2 glasses of wine.
    I'm breastfeeding but she goes to bed at 5:00 and sleeps for 6 hours.

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    I have a glass of wine most nights once the kids are in bed and I finally get more than 30 seconds to myself all day

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    I don't drink regularly. I have issues with alcohol & find it hard to stop at one. Much easier not to start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shani2 View Post
    I'm surprised with how many don't drink.
    I bought a few bottles of alcohol when I turned 18, purely because I could. Didn't like how it made me feel, even after just a glass. So I don't drink at all, DH doesn't drink either which I'm glad about.

    I realise not everyone abuses alcohol, but the drinking culture in this country is very disturbing to me. I don't like how it is so normalised amongst the next generation.

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    I don't drink. I tried it when I turned 18 but didn't like it so just don't. DH drinks enough for the both of us.

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    Usually once a week - DH and I have a couple of glasses of wine once the kid are in bed on a Friday. I am breastfeeding but DS doesn't usually feed for 6-7 hours after going to sleep in the evening.

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    I don't drink regularly. I'm pregnant atm but when I'm not pg or bf I would probably have a few once a month or two, and only for a celebration such as a birthday, or Christmas/ New Years.

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    I have one glass of wine around twice per month.

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    I have a glass or two most nights. Some weeks it is every night, other weeks it is only a couple of nights.

    We either go out or have people over for lunch/drinks/dinner one day on the weekend and that always involves a few bottles of wine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by just her chameleon View Post
    I bought a few bottles of alcohol when I turned 18, purely because I could. Didn't like how it made me feel, even after just a glass. So I don't drink at all, DH doesn't drink either which I'm glad about.

    I realise not everyone abuses alcohol, but the drinking culture in this country is very disturbing to me. I don't like how it is so normalised amongst the next generation.
    I truly don't have a problem with it I'm just surprised. My mum was/is an alcoholic and hasn't had a drink for nearly 5 years. I agree that people's attitudes to it can be very flippant when it can have such a huge impact on lives.

    I am curious as to how the poll turns out and what the percentage ends up with people who don't drink, I just think the first few responses have been not the norm iykwim


 

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