Well let me start out by explaining a little bit about myself. I'm a 20 year old junior at one of the biggest schools in the country(Ohio State). I am also involved in a social fraternity and I currently live at my house, which is an atmosphere that is focused around drinking. I never drank and partied at in high school but once i started college that all changed. Partying and drinking has become a big part of my life, especially on the weekends. It has affected some things for the worse but nothing to big to give me enough cause to quit. Just the other day i had one of the worse days of my life a few days ago and I finally decided that I am going to quit drinking. One of the biggest reasons was because I wanted to become closer to God because I feel partying and drinking and all the things that entails have really hurt my relationship. Another reason I would feel alot better about myself and the person I am if I stop drinking. I know its going to be hard, especially where I am living, but I know if I could sober up and quit it will be a worthwhile and self-fulfilling decision. I was just wondering if anyone else can relate to my situation and if they can, how were you able to do it?
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