Ok, let me get this straight: is the overwhelming feeling in this furum that our past drunk situations should stay in the past forever? Is this discussing them entirely detrimental to recovery? Because, quite frankly, I like hearing these many of these stories. Not glorified drinking ones, rather, ones that make clear the demon's alcohol can release in all of us. I have such a hard time getting over what I have done in the past. People's drunk stories can be a comfort in knowing I am not alone in the humiliation and horrors of my drinking career. Maybe later in my sobriety I will feel different, but for now it is helpful. Is this wrong?
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