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    Thanks. I think that’s the best answer, too. Even though it’s hard sometimes.

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    I didn’t have a period until he was a year old, bc I was nursing round the clock. We started trying once my period had started again, and that’s been 23 months now.

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    You are already ahead of the game by recognizing the problem! Alcohol fuels anxiety and depression and taking it out of the equation is both hard and necessary.

    There are many many many ways to quit drinking, and not all of them even require quitting 100% (though most do).  Can you go to therapy and AA and the gym? And find a new hobby that keeps your hands busy? and get a work-out buddy or a movie pal? Anything to occupy your attention and bring a smile into your day will make this easier.

    Making sure your body feels good – providing good nutrition, trying to get good quality sleep (alcohol interferes with sleep), and making sure you have a good laugh every day, will go a long way towards getting healthy.

    Be patient and persistent. Know that you’re not alone. Look for some websites that resonate with you. Soberish.com?

    good luck! You can do this!

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