No, getting drunk to a state where you can’t remember things, or might do things you may regret, is no good.
Alcohol and all recreational drugs have their limitations, at best the can seem to make someone happier for a little while. Often the negative effects of drinking alcohol outweigh any positive effects.
I love drinking alcohol, but my wife doesn’t let me have much, because when I get happy on it, I want to drink more. I probably would become an alcoholic if I lived on my own.
I’m thinking you’ve made a wise choice. A few years back I gave up alcohol too. I had started drinking it up pretty good on the weekends to go out dancing and get my nerve up to get out on the dance floor. But pretty soon I was also drinking other times, even at home. I noticed every time I drank I had to get smashed and very often I would drink to the point of throwing up. I didn’t know how to pace myself and I pretty much only liked vodka. All of these things made me feel like I was headed down a bad road so I decided to give it up while I still could do so easily. Every once in awhile I miss the fun I had and the feeling of being on alcohol but I remember it doesn’t mix well with my personality or my meds and I decide not to drink. I can easily see never drinking again.
Me too lol I drank Saturday 3 coronas n didn’t get to enjoy them extremely tormented, then drank two bottles of red wine. Walk to buy two burritos, made a thread to change my name to something absurd n woke up threw up n the shower n toilet with a headache anyways
I just started new medication too latudy