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  1. I have a very laid back job…I work from home and am good at what I do so spend maybe 10 hours a week actually working. With my time off I like to be outdoors hiking or golfing. I’ve sort of developed a habit of drinking a lot the last 6 months though. A few times a week I might start drinking at 3pm or so on the golf course and continue that through the night. I am a big dude, 6’8” 240lbs, so I may have a higher tolerance than a lot of people, but in a day where I start drinking that early I might have 12-16 beers before the night is over. When I get drunk I usually just pass out on my couch late at night, I’m not driving around or starting fights or anything (not that this means anything other than I’m a pretty collective drunk). I’d say 2-3 times a month I even wake up around noon the next day with a slight buzz and go for a few beers at lunch and potentially golf and drink again that day. I’ve never done that 3 days in a row though, if that makes any difference. เว็บแทงบอลต่างประเทศ เว็บพนันบอลต่างประเทศ Plenty of times I drink a few beers and stop, and plenty of times I’ll golf and day drink but knowing the next day I have actual work to do, I’ll stop drinking so that I feel good the next day. I don’t know if I have a problem so much as just too much free time. I don’t drink because I’m sad or depressed, I actually love my life, but I am concerned my habits may either be a problem already or turning into one. I’m 99.9% confident if I had an actual 9-5 job I would not drink as much as I do now. I’ve been looking for one of those jobs but it’s extremely difficult to trump my occupational situation right now. I have done all of the online alcoholic tests and none of them really identify me as an alcoholic other than the quantity i drink, and sometimes pissing off the wife when I'm drunk. No marital problems yet, it's just once every other month she probably gets irritated with it to some level.
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