I've been told at various treatment facilities, in the past, that whatever age we started drinking was the age we stopped developing emotionally since we were dealing with issues by drowning them in alcohol. At the age of 47, I would be 12 emotionally today. I feel that there is some truth to this because of the way I'm handling myself in relationships with friends. In trying to be honest, not blame others, or people-please.......this is just damned hard!
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