My Last Drunk
June 23, 2015 by webadmin
Student-produced documentary on alcoholism
May 8, 2012 at 12:14 am
been to rehab once lasted six months but relapsed last week back to
treatment 2morro i think can’t give up
Dark Light says
May 10, 2012 at 6:28 am
Relapse is a part of recovery. I have a loved one who battled with it for
10 years. Even they thought they could never see themsleves stopping but
they got tired of being controlled, alcohol detoxes, the cost, depression
etc. and now is a straight A college student who is now a better parent
than ever before. What I’m sayin is it doesn’t happen overnight – don’t
Christopher Hogan says
May 31, 2012 at 1:01 pm
Obviously you haven’t a CLUE what alcoholics go through. Watching our
families suffer and losing jobs, homes, health. If it wasn’t so unbearably
painful to just “quit”, don’t you think we would have a long time ago? If
you haven’t experienced the well-being and bliss that comes from feeling
like God himself swept you into His arms and held you against His face, you
have no idea what it feels like to try and quit alcohol FOREVER. I used to
judge my father when I was a kid, but now I know.
MrM wilson says
June 8, 2012 at 3:30 am
Is this bloke who is narrating drunk? He’s slurring his words. Ironically
everytime he says alcoholism.
June 13, 2012 at 1:52 pm
what is the point in drinking if your not planning on getting drunk?
August 21, 2012 at 6:42 pm
December 18, 2012 at 11:59 pm
That’s pretty much my story, brother. Do you go to AA? Please tell me you
ROD RZ says
December 25, 2012 at 12:31 pm
I’m a social drinker ,the problem is that I’m so sociable…
December 31, 2012 at 11:28 pm
depends are you making this up for attention or comments or do you
sincerely mean it and if so, your just someone who is the abuser in an
abusive relationship and if so involves drinking your then an alcoholic and
an asshole? Either way, both ways are classless and truly ugly.
July 20, 2013 at 7:38 pm
nice video m8
Miles Marin says
November 3, 2013 at 10:28 pm
You are a full fledged ignorant, brainwashed cult member. I feel super
sorry for you 😛
sam jewel says
November 19, 2013 at 6:43 pm
It’s nice to see that people are getting smart and realizing that
alcoholism isn’t a disease.
brandon jasper says
November 25, 2013 at 10:02 pm
Finally, people are becoming less ignorant and understanding that
alcoholism isn’t a disease. It’s so relieving.
Danny Canes says
December 25, 2013 at 2:12 pm
Alcoholism IS a disease! For those of you that don’t believe that, then
there is no way to make you understand, so go stick-it!
January 2, 2014 at 4:09 pm
Its a choice like everything else! Due what ever it takes to stop or what
ever helps you to stop but remember one thing, you chose to drink so you
choose to stop. I chose to stop years ago and what helped me keep my choice
was to remind myself how much pain and embarrassment it caused me and my
family and some friends and once I made that decision not to drink I never
looked back. Good luck with your choice.Oh I almost forgot, I never told or
discussed my choice not to drink with anyone I just did it and when events
and parties come up I just say no thank or ill have a coke but most figured
it out for them selves and don’t even ask any more.Please make your choice
not to and life gets a whole lot better.
Kristen B says
January 11, 2014 at 5:02 pm
I don’t understand how this qualifies as a documentary when there are no
actual alcoholics interviewed. Academia, Social Workers, Psychologists,
Substance Abuse Counselors all study theory and treatment. In no way do
they qualify as any authority defining alcoholism, at least not to me.
Alcoholics who are honest with themselves about their condition and the
families of alcoholics are the best sources.
The Wenholz House says
February 10, 2014 at 12:36 am
ian kimanhti says
April 2, 2014 at 12:29 am
keep up for the good work it helps me to maintain my sobriety
Alexander Gaebel says
August 25, 2014 at 11:45 pm
I don’t want to discredit the person who made this film but ive watched
this before and it was a legitimate documentary. I don’t remember you in
Frank Wave says
September 10, 2014 at 10:44 am
What if you function better when you’re tipsy? I read alcohol in moderation
is good for cognitive function I and couldn’t agree more with that because
it really seems like it. And even if it’s not, there’s still a placebo
effect there, which is much stronger than say an energy drink. I think
alcohol is a wonderful tonic if consumed in very small amounts and of
course getting wasted once in a while too at a party or club.
Robin Karlsson says
October 21, 2014 at 11:07 am
Sorry for my broken english that im about to present here. But i just had
to write something about this so called “Documentary on Alcoholism”. I
might have missed somethings they talked about, but i think it’s a tiny bit
bullshit to be honest. I get the feeling that they are talking about
Alcoholism like it was something you get by the quantity you consume. I
would agree if we where talking about cigarettes where you have the
substance nicotine witch is highly addictive. But yes of course alcohol is
addictive aswell, but its not the same kind of addiction. When it comes to
Alcoholism there is nothing that says you will become an Alcoholic if you
drink this much, and you wont become an Alcoholic if you drink this much.
It all comes down to you in the end. When you consume the alcohol and why.
I honestly think a person could develope Alcoholism after 3 drinks, or
maybe lets say one party. My experience tells me that quantity isn’t the
major cause for you to develop Alcoholism. Its not that often i hear people
becoming an alcoholic because they were to happy. But i hear often about
tragedy, depression,stress, sad things that happend to people and began to
misuse alcohol, and later developed Alcoholism. When a person drinks to
feel happier or to make something easier, or maybe relax and feel good.
When a person uses a substance to achieve confidence and security, and the
problems fades away to the point witch it feels like you can control or
coop with them. To me, that’s the major cause that develops Alcoholism.
I think it’s misleading saying.
“If you drink this you will become this”
“If you drink this you wont become this”
San Te says
October 26, 2014 at 2:22 pm
Disease or not? Depends on the person. I think the “disease” term helps a
lot of alcoholics justify drinking and relapsing. We can justify ANYTHING!
For me it was a conscious effort to change my life. I blamed myself and got
on with the recovery taking full responsibility for my actions. I met a lot
of people at AA feeling sorry for themselves and 2 years on I went to visit
them. A lot of them were still there telling the same stories and scared to
leave because they would relapse. I couldn’t last 2 seconds in AA. I think
everyone has a different way of dealing with things. I violently binged for
2 years before I stopped. I drank about 2 to 3 bottles of scotch a day
towards the end. But the reality is, disease or no disease, at the end of
the day if you don’t stop, you will end up dying alone. 4 years sober. Stay
January 25, 2015 at 11:54 am
Is alcoholism a disease? I dont know but it´s a bloody thing. If you just
could quit the AA:s would not exist. There would be no detox or treatment
March 27, 2015 at 11:37 pm
whats ur point let them drink its efexcting you
May 5, 2015 at 8:00 pm
AA kills more drunks than booze