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As many of you know, I have been sober for over a year now and I have found that I have a better handle on my emotions. I have a much better sense of control over my addiction and I don’t feel as guilty about it. I feel more in control of my life and I have a better sense of freedom.

That’s great but how do you know if you’re a good enough control freak to know for sure you’re a good enough control freak to be able to keep drugs and alcohol at bay? I don’t know. I’ve seen so many people who are addicted, but haven’t been able to kick the habit, I don’t know if there is a difference between a good control freak and someone who is a bad control freak. I don’t want to make anyone feel bad or worse.

I think it is a personal choice to decide whether you are an addict or not. I think that you need to decide for yourself what is or isn’t “good enough” for you. But I think it’s important that we all have a sense of self-awareness and know that we can have a bad day and not have a drink.

I think that people who are addicted to alcohol have been for a long time, and probably have been in situations where they have had a bad day and made a bad choice, but not in the past couple of months. There have been plenty of instances where people I know have been in bad situations and had a bad day and lost their job, had their home value go down, and lost their job, and lost their home value; and then they went and got drunk.

The common theme in a lot of these life events is that people, when they take a drink, either forget what happened or remember it too late to do anything about it. I think that people who are drinking and have been for a long time will remember that their bad day is often a part of their life and not just a bad day.

A lot of people get drunk and forget that they’re drunk and forget even what they were doing when they had the drink. If they drink and then later forget what they’ve done, it’s often the other way around. As a reminder, drink and forget are a common theme in stories in my book, The New Drunk: How Alcohol Creates a Culture of Misery.

Well, maybe not always, but there are several times in the book where it says this. It’s not just that you can forget what you did and then later re-experience the memory, but that you can even forget what you did and then later remember it. It seems like a really weird thing to say when you say, “alcohol is a drug”, but it is.

In the same way that you can forget what you did and then later remember it, you can also forget what you did and then later forget what you did. And you can also forget what you did and then later remember it. So what this basically means is that it can be a really useful tool for finding out what kind of person you really are.

This is something that we see in a lot of people. We don’t always see it in our own lives, so it’s important to understand that it’s not always something that you can just forget. It’s important to understand that it’s not always something that you can just forget.

As someone who has suffered from alcoholism for a long time, it’s a little disconcerting to think that my actions and reactions might be responsible for my own addiction. But that’s the case, and while it may be annoying at first, it’s something I’ve come to accept. I’ve also come to realize that I have absolutely no control over it. It’s just part of who I am.

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