I am going to a small Super Bowl party tomorrow. I HAVE to go. No time to explain. My old friends whom I consider alcoholics (that don't know they are alcoholics) will be there. The hostess already emailed me about the jello shots she was making and that she drank them all so she has to make more. My husband will be there and I told one friend that I wasn't drinking. He even said he is going to be disappointed in me if I drink. I know my husband doesn't want me to drink! The others don't know and I rarely see them so I don't want them to know that I don't drink much anymore. Plus they will razz me about it. They love it when I party.I really can't drink because of a medicine I take for my back. It's dangerous. I am an alcoholic and I get tempted really easily by these people. Any advice on how to resist alcohol at a party like this? P.S- I am not in A.A right now. I am trying something else. Just to let you know.
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