Originally Posted by MJ(Mean John)
When I hear people talk about being "alcoholics" because they drink on the weekends, every weekend I laugh.
I was at a point where I was drinking Half of a 5th AT LEAST, 5 days a week.
And the only reason why I didn't drink 7 days a week was because I didn't want to become an alcoholic.
I had a good run with alcohol... probably "abused alcohol" throughout my entire 20's.... (I'm 33)
And while alcohol causes depression... Even more depressing is transitioning
to a life of sobriety. Been sober for about 2 years now with a few minor slip ups...
but the first year of sobriety felt like a complete void.
I always felt like I could handle depression... But when you experience what I commonly
refer to as THE VOID
, that's when you're in major trouble... and that's when I got on
some meds (wellbutrin works great).
Anybody ever felt the void? Anybody know what the f*ck I'm talking about?