I'm not going to quote the statistics for the number of people who die each year because of alcohol... We all know them. I understand especially for those who are heavy of heart why they drink. I too have felt that ache and wished that I could get drunk and be numb for a little while. Most of us are here because of the passing of a loved one. We know how bad we hurt. Sometimes I think I'd like to escape too, but I have people who love and need me so I'm hanging on even when I don't want to. I'm sorry if I sound preachy. I'm really concerned about people drinking and becoming addicted and all the negative consequences that come with it. So please for your loved ones, if not for yourself, if its a problem... Get Help. Hugs Elissa
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