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Designated Driver

Designated Driver

For those who choose not to drink.

  • Maurice Bernier
    Published about a year ago
    Confession of a Teetotaler

    Confession of a Teetotaler

    I am a weirdo!!!
  • aaron
    Published 2 years ago
    10 Signs You're Drinking Too Much Alcohol

    10 Signs You're Drinking Too Much Alcohol

    Like most adults I like the occasional alcoholic drink, but when does it become too much?
  • Carolann Sherwood
    Published 2 years ago
    Alcohol Dependence, Are You at Risk?

    Alcohol Dependence, Are You at Risk?

    Take this simple test to determine if you are at risk for alcohol addiction. If you can claim two or more of these warning signs of alcohol you may be at risk and need to speak to your primary doctor who can help to assess and provide treatment options for problem drinking.
  • H. T.
    Published 2 years ago
    Sunday Nights Used to Be for the Family

    Sunday Nights Used to Be for the Family

    Alcohol—it's a common thing to be present in the house for most American families. Many children have seen their parents drink, perhaps have a beer after a long day at work or even a glass of red wine with dinner as the family joins together to talk about their day.
  • Frances McAdam
    Published 2 years ago
    Stone. Cold. Sober

    Stone. Cold. Sober

    I’m going to ask you a question and I want you to be really honest with me. Really honest, not white lie: "Things are okay. I’m not really in emotional turmoil, honest." I mean take a good hard look at yourself and then answer. Okay.
  • Tamara Scott
    Published 2 years ago
    Mom's Drunk

    Mom's Drunk

    I’m sure you have seen the memes and GIFs and cute wine glasses and paraphernalia. The ones with the witty comments about needing a glass of wine or a whole bottle. They are cute, they are funny, but to an alcoholic it’s encouraging.
  • Kathy G
    Published 2 years ago
    Sassy and Sober

    Sassy and Sober

    When you mention the word “alcoholic,” the first image that comes to mind is often that of an old man sitting on a park bench, wearing fingerless gloves and swigging whiskey from a brown paper bag.
  • Iria Vasquez-Paez
    Published 2 years ago
    How I Recognized I'm an Alcoholic

    How I Recognized I'm an Alcoholic

    I was flirting with functional alcoholism from the age of 18 when I graduated high school. My family imposes their problems with alcohol on each other, with nobody really recognizing their problem. I was drinking port in my twenties. Somehow I could make it home at night without anybody noticing. I’m 36 now, and I have maintained my sobriety from 2010 until now. This is 8 years of sobriety. I get antsy in bars. I recognized my alcoholism for years but I kept it going as my own best enabler. The ex and I were drinking buddies.
  • David Parks
    Published 2 years ago
    When a Drunk Driver Crashes into Your Living Room (While You're in It)

    When a Drunk Driver Crashes into Your Living Room (While You're in It)

    Everyone has that one crazy night in college. Mine is just a little different.