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We talk a couple times a day, laugh a lot, and have fun when we are together. They also have ALANON which is a program for friends/family who's lives have been affected by alcoholism (whether the person is in the AA program or not).
I figure, if he is getting help, and not drinking at all anymore, that's great! I dated a guy who went to AA because he got numerous DUI's He went back to the boo's I think if he wanted to do this and no body put him up to it. I am going to Las Vegas in june for a big tournament. He's been sober for 5 years and chair's many meetings to help others! I am a light drinker, he knew that when he met and does not have a problem with it! I hardly ever drink, I've decided to slow it down as well, so, I don't need a drinking buddy. Being an alcoholic does not mean you can not attend pool tournaments, be around drinking, go to clubs or bars, etc........ and if you really want to do it for yourself to make that better life for yourself... This is HIGHLY not a suggested way of doing things.I admire anyone who has the will power to beat an addiction! I was on my way there as well, and just decided myself that I should cut back. I myself, walked into the rooms of AA after a DUI 3 yrs ago, and I have not found a need to take a drink ever since. and another time catching up with old mates when he was down for his sisters wedding.... I was in shock when he did tell me all the things he did do in those 2 years... But, for right now, by the sounds of it, he needs to do this, and just concentrate on not drinking. all you can do is let him know you are supportive of him... and all i can do is keep supporting him in what he wants for himself.... and that is what he is working his a rse off for... and will make you want to support him more for doing it.... It does not mean you have to: drink by yourself, get drunk each time you drink, get DUI's, loose jobs, loose family, etc..................I was not court mandated, but I felt it was the best thing for me. he hasnt touched a drink since early nov...now knows he can control it.... hence why he gave up coz it really wasnt doing anything for him as he would push himself to see how much he could drink in a day... i use to go out and party 6 days out of the 7 before i had my son.... He seems like he has a good head on his shoulders, and would be able to control himself in the future. let him know he doesnt have to do it alone if he doesnt want too... There are many different variations as to each alcoholic's life.Drinker Society helps people that socially drink meet others that also consume alcoholic beverages.This site helps drinkers establish friendships, find out new information about social venues or/and fall in love with someone special.