Thanks for answering. I'm familiar with those steps. The community of anonymous alcoholics exists in Russia too. And it's for free. But I refuse to admit myself as an alcoholic. There are many psychological issues besides alcohol. And it would be wrong to consider the alcohol my worst enemy. It's really difficult to put cause and effect in the correct order. I know for sure, if I admit myself as an alcoholic and join the community, my life will undoubtedly change. But how will it change? I live just as i can, keeping the familiar pieces of my life in touch. And it's really scary to become unknown man. By the way, my woman broke up with me today. That wasn't due to alcohol at all. Merely I have difficult character.
Thank you a lot for your supporting. As I could notice, here, at this forum, people are tend to be friendly. I have an experience communication with Russian alcoholics on the Internet. (and not only Internet))) All of them tend to accuse you that you're an typical alcoholic. My previous response just is attempt to excuse myself, but you haven't even tried to attach me to the suffering group of alcoholics. Maybe, that's true, maybe not. I should say, I rejoined to my girl. That was a temporary mutual misunderstanding.
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