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    I get drunk very rarely. But I enjoy the buzz after one beer (I'm a lightweight) or a glass of wine. But never blackout drunk.

    I had a bad experience getting very drunk in Mexico when I was 18. It taught me good.

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    depends, most the time 5-7 beers(if i drink home alone i usually drink so slowly that its same as drinking two beers but lasts longer), because i dont like hang overs. sometimes i might only drink 1 or 2 and when its some special occasions i usually drink something like 8-10+(or equivalent amount in other forms of alcohol).

    i dont have any drunkness scale, so hard to say how drunk i get from that amount of beer and it also depends very much how fast i drink. 8 can get me reasonably drunk if i drink them in like 6 hours and something like 10-12 will get me really drunk, i dont have really high tolerance for alcohol, except that apparently i dont look as drunk on the outside than i feel inside, maybe because i rarely do stupid crap even if im so drunk im ready throw up, i dont tend to lose common sense..
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    First and only time I ever did get wasted was for a friend's bachelors's party, starting at dinner into the night at bars/strip clubs, the last one belonging to an old acquaintance and therefore being continuously offered free drinks. I was lucid but could notice my motor system failing by the time ppl dropped me off at my car, where I had to take a nap before a [short] drive home. Eventually I felt from too much quantity in short amount of time/indigestion and had to throw it all out. By the time of the wedding shortly after, my body was still averse to alcohol consumption.

    Before that and presently, I enjoy a casual drink or two with close friends, just enough to be jolly but I don't make it a necessity.
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    I pretty much stayed wasted my first year or so in college. Then after having made enough regrettable life choices I got over it. Ill occasionally have a "big night" every couple of months now, but I generally drink like an adult.
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    Despite not drinking often, I have a pretty high tolerance for alcohol. It isn't a smooth transition when I do get drunk, either; at first I'll gradually get a bit louder and more open, but there comes a point where the scale tips and I just get ill. I never hit the stereotypical obnoxious drunk stage - there's always that underlying discipline that keeps me in line and from doing anything particularly stupid, and aside from being more easily amused I don't generally appear as drunk as I really am to others.

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    I'm an all or nothing kinda gal.

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    Time splitt:

    too little: 60%
    Just right: 20%
    To much: 20%
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    I used to, but I got a dui and it really forced me to take a look at myself and ask who I was becoming. I still drink but I get drunk off of four BEERS now maybe once a month whereas before it was 4 adios motherfuckers to start. Lately, I've been becoming more in touch with my body and it just makes me feel depressed and like shit the next day after I drink so I prefer not to or keep it to one or two.

    I do still smoke marijuana though, which for me at least has a much less addictive aspect to it. I think anything that you do has to be in moderation and once it starts harming your life should be limited so it no longer harms you or others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfie View Post
    We are exact opposites then. I tend to eat too much. I have a very hard time turning down food and I seem to be hungry all the time! I am working on fixing my problem, but it's hard. I think you get used to the positive feelings associated with the consumption and it is very hard to quit because it has been a crutch and a go-to for many things. I am an emotional eater, maybe you are an emotional drinker, it helps you get out of your head and that relaxes you. I have not quite figured out how to go about eating less, but I continue to try and I think eventually I will try hard enough. I think part of it is figuring out what you are compensating for and filling those areas of your life with other things. I think you could do this too, but with alcohol dependency abstinence is sometimes what it takes.
    You might be low on dopamine 2 which helps regulate appetite. You might want to read up on how to regulate that in your body. Also, I think proper sleep, diet, and excercise helps regulate your neurotransmitter levels plus it'll help you lose weight if that is a concern and if you have other sources of positive affect, it'll make you less reliant on just the one.

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    I only drink alcohol once in a great while and it's always just a small amount, never enough to get drunk.

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