Before I start I want to say I've already heard the saying if you had time to drink you have time for AA. Second, yes realize I'm having a pity party. However, my situation was a little different than those who drank at bars. I drank while cooking dinner and doing laundry, etc. Now I go to meetings during which I can't do those things and find myself 1.5 hours short on time to do stuff (meeting time plus the commute). I already drive 45 minutes to work. I just had a nervous breakdown (I'm bipolar as well) which is what convinced me to quit drinking so my meds would work. I can't seem to put in a full 8 hour day so my paycheck is going to be really short and Christmas is coming up. Anyhow, sober life it just not looking really peachy at the moment. I thought my meds were supposed to work better and here I am depressed and crying in my water. Life just doesn't seem like its all that much better.
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