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Designated Driver

Designated Driver

For those who choose not to drink.

  • C.Ing IsBelieving
    Published 12 months ago
    Drunk Moms Aren't Cute

    Drunk Moms Aren't Cute

    Oh how pop culture likes to glamorize moms who drink. It's all so fun and silly, right? And heck, moms work super hard! We deserve a little drink right? Yeah!!! Even Hoda and Kathy Lee have a healthy glass of wine on their desk every MORNING on their show. So see, it's okay to get started early!
  • Ryan Witt
    Published about a year ago
    10 Signs You're an Alcoholic

    10 Signs You're an Alcoholic

    The sun shined the wrong way through your disheveled blinds, waking you from your stupor as you sweat your way through your sheets. Somewhere your alarm clock is going off; you're late for work, and your stomach is churning bile over and over at the bottom of your throat. You're counting the number of times your headache can pound inside your head until you're ready to get out of bed, and you taste blood running from your cracked lips as you pull yourself off your pillow. Swinging your legs off the bed, you try to stabilize yourself on your end table, knocking over beer bottles and soaking your carpet in alcohol. Now the race is on to get to the bathroom before you wretch all over your bedroom, tripping over clothes and empties from the night before. Admittedly, I've done this. It might even be safe to say the majority of people have done this. If you do this every morning though, it may be one of the signs you're an alcoholic.
  • Alana Redmond
    Published about a year ago
    9 Surprising Ways You Can Get a DUI

    9 Surprising Ways You Can Get a DUI

    When you hear “DUI,” most people immediately think of operating a motor vehicle under the influence. However, many states have different policies on how and what is defined as a motor vehicle. There are still other ways you can find yourself behind bars, even if you didn't get behind the wheel of a car.
  • Jessica Rowe
    Published about a year ago
    Sobriety

    Sobriety

    I have been sober for 35 days. Not much, right? But anyone who has been or is addicted to something knows that 35 days without something that you depend on can feel like a lifetime.
  • Ann King
    Published about a year ago
    Setting Your Boundaries When Dealing With Alcoholic Spouse

    Setting Your Boundaries When Dealing With Alcoholic Spouse

    I can't tell you how many holidays and get-togethers my alcoholic/drug addicted husband has spoiled over the past decades for me, my kids, family, and friends.
  • Ann King
    Published about a year ago
    Waking Up in Jail, Headaches and Regret, Hope It Was Worth It

    Waking Up in Jail, Headaches and Regret, Hope It Was Worth It

    I knew it was coming. I have been telling you for months. Now I just hope that alcohol/drug-induced high was worth everything that it has now cost you, me, and our family.
  • Ann King
    Published about a year ago
    The Alcoholic's Wife: Friday Night

    The Alcoholic's Wife: Friday Night

    Here it is another Friday night and what am I doing, sitting at home all alone, but enjoying the peace and quiet. My AH left for work this morning as per usual, on the days he actually decides to work, that is.
  • Mama Mood
    Published about a year ago
    My Alcoholic Husband

    My Alcoholic Husband

    Here I am again. Sitting up and unable to fully relax. To sleep, that would be peace. I don't think I have slept fully in months. My husband is in the thick of his addiction. It feels worse than ever. Every day is the same. He works, drinks, then passes out. (Vomit optional) He must get his fix on the way home. I am pretty sure he drinks in his car before coming in.
  • Peyton Morris
    Published about a year ago
    Drinking and Driving: Stricter Laws Needed to Prevent Drunk Driving