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By  kfchicken_fml  |  26

it could be withdrawal making everything seem worse than it is. if it's not new relationships with better people can always be made, also there's great resources you can use to find new people going through similar experiences. AA, online communities if you don't want something in person yet, there's always the therapy route none of which you should feel bad about using. things like this will help you get ahead if you find what works for you, and yes sometimes that means breaking off negative relationships in your life

By  Billy Carmen  |  2

So basically what happened is through sobriety you were exposed to the fact that everyone around you sucks and with alcohol you’ve been numbing yourself to that fact for 25 years. And it seems that after seeing that fact you chose the solution was to go numb again instead of rising up, leaving/staying away from sucky people and you yourself focusing on being a better person....
... Quitting alcohol isn’t about making everybody around you better, it’s about making YOU better. Putting the expectation In other people (to “not suck”) is always a recipe for disaster, it’s about finding strength in yourself (and yourself “not sucking” any Quitting alcohol isn’t about making everybody around you better, it’s about making you better. Putting the expectation In other people (to “not suck”) is always a recipe for disaster, it’s about finding strength in yourself (and yourself “not sucking” any longer.

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By  kfchicken_fml  |  26

it could be withdrawal making everything seem worse than it is. if it's not new relationships with better people can always be made, also there's great resources you can use to find new people going through similar experiences. AA, online communities if you don't want something in person yet, there's always the therapy route none of which you should feel bad about using. things like this will help you get ahead if you find what works for you, and yes sometimes that means breaking off negative relationships in your life

By  Billy Carmen  |  2

So basically what happened is through sobriety you were exposed to the fact that everyone around you sucks and with alcohol you’ve been numbing yourself to that fact for 25 years. And it seems that after seeing that fact you chose the solution was to go numb again instead of rising up, leaving/staying away from sucky people and you yourself focusing on being a better person....
... Quitting alcohol isn’t about making everybody around you better, it’s about making YOU better. Putting the expectation In other people (to “not suck”) is always a recipe for disaster, it’s about finding strength in yourself (and yourself “not sucking” any Quitting alcohol isn’t about making everybody around you better, it’s about making you better. Putting the expectation In other people (to “not suck”) is always a recipe for disaster, it’s about finding strength in yourself (and yourself “not sucking” any longer.

By  chyiochan  |  30

You need to do it for you, and you need to make your life better by taking that step! Don't reply on others for your happiness, especially when you've not experienced or delt with the world without drinking. Find people and help who aren't toxic.

And I mean, this time currently in the world, everyone is dealing with a pandemic where they could be sick, restricted activities, lost their jobs. Literally bottom of the barrel. Not everyone is going to be a good influence right now, so try to look for someone who can help!