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Dry January - Diamond123 - 29 Dec 2018 11:52

A thread for those who wish to dry to give up alcohol fr January, or for anyone offering help and support

RE: Dry January - Voshigirl - 29 Dec 2018 21:39

Ours dry and fat free. Guilt catches up.

RE: Dry January - Diamond123 - 29 Dec 2018 22:32

Good luck. I barely drink these days, really very rarely when I used to drink every day. Took me a long time bu I'm really not fussed about it now

RE: Dry January - Iamsomoney - 30 Dec 2018 00:33

I'm like you Diamond. Drink isn't the problem. Food is

RE: Dry January - Diamond123 - 30 Dec 2018 08:18

Food is definitely a problem for me. But at the end of the day regardless of what you want to cut down or give up, it all comes down to willpower. And support helps that a lot

RE: Dry January - cheshirecat - 30 Dec 2018 08:50

I think a dry January could be on the cards for me. I keep promising myself to get back in full time training. I have to admit though that weights (wieder, not players) are presenting more of a challenge these days. I am the wrong side of 50, and forty + years of running, lifting weights and hitting heavy punch bags, has certainly taken its toll on my back and shoulders.
It's too easy these days to put music on and sit with a bottle of malbec. Both myself and Mrs cc are fond of a glass or five of wine, and maybe round it off with a nice single malt, but I think for me, a month or more of abstinence may be the better option. I do like the wife to relax with a glass of wine though, it certainly relaxes the parts other beverages cannot reach.

RE: Dry January - Diamond123 - 30 Dec 2018 09:01

I hope the forum can be of a little assistance to you and Mrs CC

RE: Dry January - yurigagarin - 30 Dec 2018 09:46

I'm lucky in the respect that I hardly drink at all, so it's quite easy for me to refrain.
But I totally agree with you all that food is such a temptation, especially at this time
of year. It's so easy to slip into old bad habits at Christmas time, with so many 
fine rich seasonal foods available to tempt us all.
But Christmas is almost behind us now, and my thinking is that there's no point worrying 
about what we've enjoyed over the past couple of weeks, its New Year soon and time
for a new plan.
So its back to healthy eating and the gym for me - I need to try and tighten up all my 
wobbly bits.

Wish me luck, I'm going to need it !

RE: Dry January - Diamond123 - 30 Dec 2018 10:26

You should tell Mrs Y that there's some good exercise for tightening wobbly bits you can do in the bedroom...

RE: Dry January - chidds01234 - 30 Dec 2018 14:16

I gave up alcohol completely in 2004 after being an alcoholic for many years.  It was the saving of my liver and me.  Now I enjoy life and sex.  If anyone wants any help please PM me and we can discuss anything