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By  utkevdawg  |  5

I have never seen such terrible advice for such a serious concern. Not trying to step on toes and may catch flak for the post, but alcoholism is a medically defined disease. It is beyond just drinking heavily. And while it may be fun in college, by the time you reach midlife, it is pure hell. For the poster, there are great facilities in Kansas. If this really is a problem for you that you can't just stop, continue the initiative, call them. I promise you, you won't regret it later when you look back on this. -CltCounselor

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By  tymaca321  |  6

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By  Nofuckyourlife  |  6

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By  microtrd  |  6

People go to college to meet girls who drink too much and like to party. Just make sure you're putting out, and using condoms when its a dude. Oh, and don't drink to the point where you can't tell where you are. Just have enough to get you laid, and go one with your business.

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  roadie42  |  32

I don't really find it all that dramatic. She went to her dad for help with a psychological issue because she couldn't fix it on her own. It's not like she posted a whiny, attention-seeking Facebook status about it for all the world to see... Kudos to you, OP. It takes courage to realize you have a problem and to do something about it. Good luck to you ^_^

By  01100110  |  7

If you're in college you don't have a drinking problem until you graduate. You should join a sorority and see if they think you have a drinking problem. If they think that then I'd be worried, but if you're in college you really shouldn't worry about a drinking "problem"

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  fyourlife12  |  7

Not all sororities are made up of alcoholics. Some sororities have alcohol free events and are not allowed to drink while wearing letters. Therefore before making a stupid comment like that become more informed.

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  jpas  |  7

I agree. On my campus we have sororities that refuse to be associated with alcohol. So please don't assume that all sororities are just for partying and drinking.

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