Thanks for sharing this very entertaining post though this is real and proven base also in my own experience. Your blogs and every other content is so entertaining and useful It makes me come back again. Dear Shirlie: You can help him understand that this is harming your marriage by saying it straight. Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Alcohol and Relationships: Do You Have a Drinking Problem? I did a video earlier on the week and somebody asked me the question: “How was alcohol affecting my relationships?” So it’s just an add-on to that. You have to look at this like it’s, if everything affects everything else so if you’re still drinking it’s sometimes difficult to see how the alcohol is affecting your relationships.
I was very, very surprised when I quit to understand how deeply some of my relationships were actually affected. But it wasn’t just that, it was how I was talking to other people when I was drunk and when I was talking to other people whenever drink was involved or when somebody would say something to me about my levels of drinking I was doing and I’d snap at them and say: “it’s none of your fucking business” that kind of thing. It’s a fairly simple process to look at how alcohol is affecting the rest of your life, is it affecting your job – you can always get another job, or is it affecting your bank account, you can always earn more money.
I'm Kevin O'Hara and I'm looking forward to helping you with your journey to alcohol freedom and mastery.
I am going to visit my son this weekend & will not be drinking so it will be interesting to see how it all goes. Hi Kev i see what you mean about drinking mates ,i dreaded telling my mate , he said well youll be boring without a drink and have a boring life ?


This schematic illustrates some relationships between motivations to drink and socioeconomic constraints on drinking, drinking patterns, and routine activities related to drinking and associated consequences. You, your marriage and your children deserve to have a safe, sober environment in which to thrive. I believe that if you are wise enough to deal with this problem this will get solved sooner or later. A lot of this depends on how much the media has influenced people's thinking in the past. But relationships with people, these are the things that are going to haunt you for the rest of your life if you don’t do something about.
I have always had trouble sleeping when I stop drinking which has even sent me back into drinking just to get some much needed sleep every night. I feel the same way about my son as you do about yours Kevin & regret the example I have been in the past.
Constraints and motivations influence drinking patterns, which in turn influence the relationship between routine activities related to drinking and acute and long-term consequences of drinking. Beer only most of the time anymore, but I can't stand the personality changes, the rude and crude comments and the smell. And for me the thing that pushed me over the edge was my relationship with my son and it wasn’t until he wasn’t there anymore you know he was, I’m living in a foreign country and I wasn’t seeing him for most of the year and then when I was seeing him I was drunk. If you can't manage it on your own get into AA and seek treatment form a substance abuse counselor. I am sure that he has a drinking problem and have watched him consume a bottle of vodka or similar in one sitting.


He has asked if he can live with me but I have refused, thinking it would be lethal to me and seeing him a few times each week has been enough. I am at a crossroads though because being with him is now hurting me and I feel tired protecting myself and having to continually set boundaries. The last straw for me was last night when we celebrated my birthday at my mother's home. Then we came home to my house and he proceeded to finish off a 4 litre cask of wine that he had bought earlier in the day. Today he had a dance rehearsal early and he asked me to set the alarm on my phone for 7:30 am. At 5:00 I woke him up and decided to tell him that I would take him to the train station because I had promised and because I was awake. I told him that if he was ready in the next 10 minutes, I would take him, but if not, then it was his problem because I was going to sleep.
When I dropped him off, I went home and texted him ,telling him how empty, sad and disappointed I felt. I will not allow him to come back unless he deals with the alcohol because its just too hard. It feels so painful to let him go knowing that he mightn't come back, but I want someone who is more available.



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