Drinking under the table

Step 1: Drink.
Step 2: Make mistakes.
Step 3: Pretend you don’t remember.
Step 4: Drink a little more.
Step 5: I need to run dry. I need to run dry.

“If any of us were to stop participating in something that we were used to doing for years, something that was a substantial part of our daily existence, we would need additional help emotionally and psychologically in working through that absence; in conjunction with the physical aspect. Remember that alcohol (and that addiction) was the fiber and a substantial, if not total embodiment, of their being.”

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/heartache-hope/201105/is-there-dry-drunk-in-your-life

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