posted on Dec, 8 2005 @ 01:49 PM
I don't mean to come down hard on you....after all, I really think that you want someone to side with you on this particular instance. However, it
is up to you to decide whether you want to go out or not. It is up to you to stand up to your friend and say no. If your friend still wants to go
out, let your friend go.
Furthermore, since you did decide to go out, why must you feel compelled to first, spend as much as you did and, secondly, are you not able to simply
stop drinking? Can't you control yourself?
Finally, yes, you were immature and very, very passive aggressive in actually collecting your, ugh, vomit, saving it and "serving it for
I'm not a psychologist but it really doesn't take one to recognize that you might consider dealing with your passive aggressiveness. Aren't you
able to stand up for yourself? Next, you appear to be co-dependent. As you are unable to say "no", you appear that you might feel that if you did,
you might lose your friendship. And, I may not be saying that you have alcoholism but it would appear that you might have an alcohol problem.
Drinking til you puke is not what one would call "social drinking".
I think that you need to look inward, and not at your "friends' problem". Your problem begins with yourself. I would suggest that you reconsider
a few things about yourself, your sense of identity and self worth before you go on to consider blaming your friends.
Remember, your friends can't make you do anything you don't want to do. No one can make you do anything. And if you feel that way, then you are
not in control of yourself!
I don't mean to sound cruel or harsh but, frankly, this is my opinion and that's what you asked for. Good luck and take care of yourself.