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I started drinking september 2005.

At the great age of 15.

I had blacked out so many times I dont even know what story to tell first.

Well this one time I was **** drunk and it was icy cold out, my friend Cristina was ******* around with me and I was crying...I ran up stairs to get a knife i guess and ran after her with two knives, i stabbed her in the hand pretty deep i guess & i slipped on the ice.

& thats all I remember, the rest of the night consited of me haveing sex and crying on the phone.

Yeah great.

Theres a bunch of other times that resulted into my friends yelling at me the next morning telling me I will never drink with them again.

Well by this last summer 2006 I quit drinking. ( not even a year went by and I was already sick of alcohol) I have only drank a couple of times since August 2006 which I have a great story to tell you in a different entry!

mizjessica mizjessica 16-18, F 3 Responses Feb 21, 2007

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I'm so happy to hear that you have mostly quite drinking. I hope you have continued to stay away from alcohol and will continue to do so. Alcohol affects everyone differently, and in general is a very dangerous substance, especially when overdone as you have already found out. Body weight, muscle percentage, heritage, what you have eaten recently all effect how alcohol, or any drug will affect a person. Alcohol kills lots of people, directly though alcohol poisoning (it really happens, and I’m glad it didn’t happen to you), and indirectly though drunk driving, unplanned sex leading to bad STD’s, and long term through alcoholism which also destroys families and other people the alcohol cares about. Our society has an imperfect way to treat alcohol, and other drugs and consequently has many victims of these powerful substances.



I'm sure you wouldn't have participated in such behaviors sober. I'm so sorry to hear your sad story, and I really hope you are doing okay. I'm sure it has been hard for you to go through all this. Also remember that 15 is under legal age for sex, and you likely are the victim of statutory rape and whomever supplied a 15 year old alcohol at any time and especially when a rape or other abuse occurs could also be in big trouble. Of course, by your other story, it seems that others may blame you for some of these events. Maybe you did make some mistakes or poor judgment calls, but from your story and your age at the time you are also very much a victim. Stay strong.

I'm so happy to hear that you have mostly quite drinking. I hope you have continued to stay away from alcohol and will continue to do so. Alcohol affects everyone differently, and in general is a very dangerous substance, especially when overdone as you have already found out. Body weight, muscle percentage, heritage, what you have eaten recently all effect how alcohol, or any drug will affect a person. Alcohol kills lots of people, directly though alcohol poisoning (it really happens, and I’m glad it didn’t happen to you), and indirectly though drunk driving, unplanned sex leading to bad STD’s, and long term through alcoholism which also destroys families and other people the alcohol cares about. Our society has an imperfect way to treat alcohol, and other drugs and consequently has many victims of these powerful substances.



I'm sure you wouldn't have participated in such behaviors sober. I'm so sorry to hear your sad story, and I really hope you are doing okay. I'm sure it has been hard for you to go through all this. Also remember that 15 is under legal age for sex, and you likely are the victim of statutory rape and whomever supplied a 15 year old alcohol at any time and especially when a rape or other abuse occurs could also be in big trouble. Of course, by your other story, it seems that others may blame you for some of these events. Maybe you did make some mistakes or poor judgment calls, but from your story and your age at the time you are also very much a victim. Stay strong.