I have a history of drinking and have recently lost both my brother and sister. The result of this has been an increase in my drinking. I used to consume a bottle of vodka every two or three weeks but now I'm up to one a week (could easily be one a night if not for my family and work). My brother drank him self to death and my sister put a bullet in her head. Both have happened in the last 2 1/2 years. My sister was two months ago. The loss of my siblings coupled with troubles at home and work are really starting to take there toll. I need help.
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