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- May 26, 2017 at 5:15 pm #4951180
The best time to quit is now. You will get tons of support and advice from people in here. There will always be an excuse……
I wish you the very best of luck and whatever you decide keep coming back here for help.
If you really only have a couple of normal sized glasses of wine a day then its unlikely (but not definate) that your withdrawal will be dangerous. It would be advisable to speak to your doctor about it though and I strongly urge you to do that as soon as possible.
Good luck and I look forward to hearing of your progress. Im newly sober too, only on day 5 this time around and I am happy to go through this with you. I also have two young daughters, my eldest is at the end of secondary school also and its a very busy time for us all – all the more reason to be sober and feel well enough to deal with it and enjoy it!
Hope to hear from you again soon.
PS xMay 26, 2017 at 5:28 pm #4951185
How do you deal with the muscle tightness, feeling as though blood rushing through veins, the agitation etc. My first thought was to go ahead and have a glass of wine before ceremony (no, can’t miss it- scholarship being awarded to oldest). School only 6 min away. I don’t know if ativan will help the withdrawals and I certainly don’t want to miss this event. Don’t know why they just couldn’t tell us what the scholarship was. (sigh). I also have a hangover and am tryign to avoid the tail of the dog that bit meMay 26, 2017 at 5:45 pm #4951181
You should really speak to your Dr about the symptoms you are having. Everyone varies but any hangover is horrible – having another drink will just delay the next one which will be that little bit (or possibly alot) worse.
Good luck I hope you manage to get through it.
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