What 20-Something Alcoholism Is Really Like

I’ve posted this in the past, but it remains one of my favorite posts about 20-something drinking problems. I can relate to so much, especially this passage:

“I used to spend a lot of time wondering why I felt the need to drink when others don’t seem to have the same perpetual desire. There wasn’t a traumatic event that brought this on. I can’t blame it on a wrecked family life, alcoholic or abusive parents, or even a devastating breakup. I don’t think there is a reason that I do drink; I just have a hard time figuring out why the hell I wouldn’t drink.”

What 20-Something Alcoholism Is Really Like

One Reply to “What 20-Something Alcoholism Is Really Like”

  1. what it is like in any age: peeing at your pants, vomiting in the street and have memory blanks

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