These so-called acceptable drinkers in society who think they can give advice to people in recovery have no notion what they are talking about. Eg. I was at an event last night when a social drinker offered me a drink. This person had seen me before in an absolute drunken state yet still persisted I could control it 'IF I WANT TO' I am really really (pardon the pun) pissed off about being given advice like that especially when this person rediculed me after seeing me drunk before. What is THEIR problem? Do they need a second punch in the face or to see me fall down again? I won't give them the satisfaction. Even if it costs a friendship of business relationship - WALK AWAY I say.
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