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I'm an alchoholic and I have nearly destroyed my life. I have a 13 and a 10 year old. My drinking started 2 years ago and escalated quickly. I actually don't see anyone saying their Mom got well and you are proud. I hope my kids will be proud of me. Me too. I am tired of you I am an alcoholic and I am tired of all of you making me out to be a bad person G-d loves me the same as you Why don't you investigate why your loved one became alcoholic, instead of blaming them!

People drink because they choose to drink - or refuse to get help. The bystanders feel the pain that the drinker is perpetuating. My grandchildren are suffering due to mother's substance abuse. It is a VERY sad situation. Dear Rebecca: Thank you so much for sharing your story about what it is like on "both sides". I am so grateful to you for your insight.

I wish you and your daughter great happiness! I'm an alcoholic I'm a 33 year-old mother, my daughter is 2. I'm 43 days sober. My daughter will never have to question whether I love her or be embarrassed by her fall-down drunk mother! I want you all to know that the hardest part about being an alcoholic is admitting you're an alcoholic! You don't know you're being selfish, you think everyone else is being selfish for not understanding the pain you're in. Life is unbearable for whatever reason you can't imagine it any different Life is surprisingly to the alcoholic so much easier sober!!

A fog will lift!

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I have hated myself for so long and been so ashamed of myself for not being able to stop drinking, but self-respect and self-love comes from keeping commitments to yourself. I am keeping my commitment! Pain Making Me Sick My mom started drinking my senior year of high school - she was acting so strange and I was so naive I thought she had a mental disorder! Once I went away to school it got worse and worse - and with that I started to get sicker and sicker. I had so many symptoms with no explanation. It got to the point where it was debilitating - but none of my doctors could find a cure or a cause.

After years of research and searching for answers I believe that all of this pain from my mom is what is causing me to be so sick. I'm hoping I can find a way to get this pain out of my body so that I can once again have a happy healthy life. My prayers to all of you - know that you are not alone. Thank you. You have opened my eyes Reply. I dont even know if it is normal to have a couple beers a night after a long day, all i know is that over the past few years my mother has started drinking as early as 8 am.

I have 2 children and all i want is support from a mother and a grandmother. I feel selfish thinking about myself and my children, i dont understand why i am the one taking care of her. Please Donate.

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More Sites Today is Fri. Jewish Practice. Drinking, to be perfectly blunt, is purely selfish behavior My mother began drinking several years ago. I wish you all much courage and success through your life journeys. By Anonymous.

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Email me when new comments are posted. Please send me Chabad. We will not share your email address. Posting Guidelines. Laura August 18, Eric Canada February 27, Anonymous Texas December 19, Anonymous January 20, Anonymous PA July 27, Apart from raising money for a good cause, the charity suggests participants may also benefit from less snoring, better sleep, and increased energy. Similar benefits are promised for Dry January , organised by Alcohol Concern, which is now something of an annual ritual for many as a way of recovering from the excesses of the festive period.

According to a recent YouGov poll, 5 million of us had a Dry January in It was once thought that light drinking was harmless - and maybe even beneficial, but recent research seem to have put paid to that theory. One study, published in The Lancet , suggested there is no safe level of alcohol consumption and the more you drink, the higher your risk.

No surprise then that many of us are calling time at the bar, at least for a few weeks of the year.

The problem is that people normally give up alcohol as part of a New Year health kick - which means they also tend to exercise more and eat more healthily, making it difficult to know whether it's the lack of alcohol alone that's conferring the health benefit.