I’ve spent the past two weeks drinking some beer.
And it has been an amazing experience.
But the beer has also left me feeling like I’m an alcoholic.
For years, I’ve been drinking a lot, and it’s been an addiction that has left me with a whole new set of mental and physical problems.
The symptoms are real, and they’ve gotten worse over the past decade.
I’ve had anxiety, depression, low energy, insomnia, and anxiety attacks.
But beer is the biggest problem I’ve ever had.
And the more I drink, the worse it gets.
In fact, the more alcohol I drink the more dangerous it gets for me.
So how do you avoid this drinking addiction?
It’s not about being a good beer drinker, but about being an alcoholic who can’t stop drinking.
This article originally appeared on Ars Technic.
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