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Compromising Situations Because Of Alcohol Drinking

by | Stop Drinking Alcohol | 2 comments

Today’s video is about the compromising positions that alcohol users put themselves into because of their alcohol use. I’m not just talking about the compromising positions that we get into while drunk, but how your life is compromised in the long term because of your alcohol consumption – and there’s a lot of compromise, physically, mentally, and throughout the course of your life in terms of damage, opportunity costs, and overall life achievements…

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Let me know in the comments below how alcohol has compromised your life…

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  1. Ken Czerwinski

    My life and quality of life are awful when drinking. Tough to quit, but I want out of this horrible habit. Thanks.

  2. Laura

    Wow, listening to you I can see it. Every day it seems like someone is telling me to have a drink or 2 or 3 or more just to handle the day. When I argue back it seems like I never win. If I could just stop drinking in the evenings I could lose more weight, think clearer, not be so depressed, sleep better and feel better about myself. But, when I plan, it heads south and seems worse. Why do I do this to myself when I know better?


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