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“I’m an alcoholic, so what!?”
4 months ago · · alcoholic, · Explicit
You don’t see a problem with drinking before 12.
You don’t care if you become a complete different person,
You don’t care how you affect others.
Its easy to assume that’s the truth, but you’ve said it yourself.
“I’m an alcoholic, so what? Leave if you don’t like it. I have the balls to say what I want when I’m drunk.”
Your already have pancreas problems, you say the doctors have told you to stop drinking… but you and your fiancé buy a bottle almost every day.
You push your own children away when they dislike what you do
“Move to your dads!”
He can’t afford a house, he’s also an alcoholic… why would you say go with him, you talk badly about him as much as you can.
“Go with your dad on his weekend if you don’t like us drinking!”
I shouldn’t have to go see someone I don’t feel comfortable with just so you can get drunk.
“I’m nice until someone pisses me off!”
That’s almost everyday, and you find ways to piss yourself off. Whether it’s work, my brother, my dad, or something random on your mind… you dwell on it all.
“I’ll force you to go to school!”
We argued on a Saturday, I wouldn’t be in school that day anyways… but you use it against me because I don’t go anymore.
“Clean up your room, it’s nasty and dirty!”
I vacuum more than you do, I’m sorry one CORNER of my room has blankets folded on top of a bucket, and I’m sorry another corner has buckets with stuff inside of it… it’s unorganized, not dirty.
“I drink! Im an adult and it’s legal!”
There’s nothing wrong with drinking, you just turn into an asshole. You never admit you’re wrong, and you argue with everyone you possibly can… because you “have the balls to do so”
“I pay the bills! Your food, water, electricity is paid by me! Money doesn’t grow on trees!”
I’ve heard statements like that ever since I was around 9 yrs old. My parents held bills and money above each other’s head, once they left each other.. she holds it above ours.
I’m not an adult, I can’t legally move out, I’m not sure if I could at 17.
My older brother is 19, he works all day everyday. She holds money above his head the most.
My little brother hasn’t experienced a lot of it yet.. she’s starting to treat him like one of us.
I’m pretty sure that a parent has to pay necessities/bills in order to take care of their children that they willingly chose to have and keep.
“I didn’t mean it like that!”
That’s always your excuse for the things you say.
You call your children names, you tell us to move away and then say “I meant that what if something happens to me! Then you’d have to go with him!”
You called me a rat bitch, because I informed my brother you’re going to make him pay 75 a week
(which is an odd amount to pay.. 75 divided by 5 is 15.. that’s enough for a bottle each day because you get money off due to how often you go)
Yet, you tell him you don’t want money and you only want respect… but you always talk badly about him being here. (Odd, because when you kicked him out.. for 6 months you cried saying you missed him. Now he’s here again)
The problem isn’t that you are an alcoholic, it’s that you’re a MEAN ONE. you know that, and you take pride with it.