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(Medical Daily)   Acting aggressive and reckless when drunk could be a sign that you're a complete jerk, or it could be an indication that you are a carrier of a newly discovered aggressive drunk genetic mutation. But hey - either way, you're thin   (medicaldaily.com) divider line
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2016-08-12 3:53:42 AM  
Nah. My therapist told me I have a lot of repressed anger. I told her that she was crazy, I never get angry. But, turns out I become a right angry asshole after a few.
 
2016-08-12 4:40:57 AM  
Only 98 men in the study and no control group? Trash science pisses me off, but only when I'm pissed.
 
2016-08-12 4:53:40 AM  
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/I think we've all known at least one
 
2016-08-12 5:09:07 AM  
Used to get that way, now I watch to make sure I have some food in me before drinking and that I don't keep going into black-out mode ever again, better pacing is all and typically turn down random shots.  Seems to be working.
 
2016-08-12 5:19:18 AM  

BumpInTheNight: Used to get that way, now I watch to make sure I have some food in me before drinking and that I don't keep going into black-out mode ever again, better pacing is all and typically turn down random shots.  Seems to be working.


You might want to look at why you were going that far to begin with. I did and it helped even more than just pacing. On the plus side, it also helped me figure out some things in my life.

\just friendly advice
 
2016-08-12 5:26:27 AM  

gozar_the_destroyer: You might want to look at why you were going that far to begin with. I did and it helped even more than just pacing. On the plus side, it also helped me figure out some things in my life.

\just friendly advice


I've got a pretty good idea, I was fairly listless in those days, freshly laid off for the second time at the height of the 2008 crash, no prospects etc etc.  Life is pretty good now so I'm sure that helps things too.
 
2016-08-12 5:44:17 AM  

BumpInTheNight: gozar_the_destroyer: You might want to look at why you were going that far to begin with. I did and it helped even more than just pacing. On the plus side, it also helped me figure out some things in my life.

\just friendly advice

I've got a pretty good idea, I was fairly listless in those days, freshly laid off for the second time at the height of the 2008 crash, no prospects etc etc.  Life is pretty good now so I'm sure that helps things too.


Yeah, that sort of thing will do it. Good that you are doing better now.
 
2016-08-12 6:23:14 AM  

starsrift: Nah. My therapist told me I have a lot of repressed anger. I told her that she was crazy, I never get angry. But, turns out I become a right angry asshole after a few.


I have a lot of repressed (and unrepressed) anger as well, but alcohol has the opposite effect on me. I find it impossible to be angry, I'm always chatty and really cheerful when drinking, much the opposite of what I am sober.
 
2016-08-12 7:49:39 AM  

Dragonflew: starsrift: Nah. My therapist told me I have a lot of repressed anger. I told her that she was crazy, I never get angry. But, turns out I become a right angry asshole after a few.

I have a lot of repressed (and unrepressed) anger as well, but alcohol has the opposite effect on me. I find it impossible to be angry, I'm always chatty and really cheerful when drinking, much the opposite of what I am sober.


I was never all that much of a drinker, and when I did drink, I was a happy drinker.  I preferred the illegal smile route since I'm a musician.  Then I married a really talented actress.  She was a serious drinker.  Over time I began to drink a little more each year.  Finally, after 16 years and (she managed all the finances) discovered she was pulling a fraud with her accountant and saddled us with $123,000 debt to the IRS I began to get a little angry.  She's a frigging harpy I might add.  Eventually I left, now in the middle of a really ugly divorce, haven't touched a drop in a year and I'm about as happy as one can be awaiting the final dispensation of the divorce proceedings.  Her convicted felon of a son is running her prealzheimers self and the derp and lies are pretty entertaining, up to a point.  In the end I'll be fine because I always have my guitars and a lot of good sweet blues in my soul.  But I'm pretty convinced that environment determines the level of anger in almost every situation.  The best example of soon to be ex wifey's problem is the date she came home from a serious heart attack (I insisted she go to the hospital, she didn't want to go) while she was on 2 really powerful blood thinners, she drank a 2 liter bottle of wine and continued doing that everyday.  Lesson learned:  don't date a crooked actress.
 
2016-08-12 8:59:04 AM  
I'm the happiest drunk on earth. I don't think I'm an alcoholic, but at least if I end up one it'll be in search of fun.

I cannot fathom why any of the many thoroughly miserable drinkers go back to the well.
 
2016-08-12 9:45:12 AM  

Dragonflew: starsrift: Nah. My therapist told me I have a lot of repressed anger. I told her that she was crazy, I never get angry. But, turns out I become a right angry asshole after a few.

I have a lot of repressed (and unrepressed) anger as well, but alcohol has the opposite effect on me. I find it impossible to be angry, I'm always chatty and really cheerful when drinking, much the opposite of what I am sober.


Just out of interest, how does weed suit you?
 
2016-08-12 10:05:34 AM  

gozar_the_destroyer: BumpInTheNight: Used to get that way, now I watch to make sure I have some food in me before drinking and that I don't keep going into black-out mode ever again, better pacing is all and typically turn down random shots.  Seems to be working.
You might want to look at why you were going that far to begin with. I did and it helped even more than just pacing. On the plus side, it also helped me figure out some things in my life.
\just friendly advice


I just popped in to suggest that if you're always angry when you drink, you should probably cut down on the drinking and examine your life, instead of just trying to drink it away. I was never angry though.......I just drank.

I am frequently angry now too, but I can't drink so I had to learn how to handle it.

/Weed
 
2016-08-12 11:22:02 AM  
Counterpoint:  the politics tab
 
2016-08-12 12:10:30 PM  
Read me like a book
 
2016-08-12 3:22:44 PM  

uttertosh: Dragonflew: starsrift: Nah. My therapist told me I have a lot of repressed anger. I told her that she was crazy, I never get angry. But, turns out I become a right angry asshole after a few.

I have a lot of repressed (and unrepressed) anger as well, but alcohol has the opposite effect on me. I find it impossible to be angry, I'm always chatty and really cheerful when drinking, much the opposite of what I am sober.

Just out of interest, how does weed suit you?


Suits me fine, daily. :)
 
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