Contact

Email me at drunkydrunkgirl@gmail.com. Please!

16 Responses to “Contact”

  1. heidie July 8, 2013 at 2:21 pm #

    I just found your blog yesterday, and LOVE it. You are an excellent writer, and very brave to put yourself “out there” like you do. Keep up the good work, and I look forward to reading more. thank you

  2. jane July 26, 2013 at 7:29 pm #

    Just found your blog and enjoy your candidness. You give me hope. Thanks!

    • Drunky Drunk Girl July 31, 2013 at 1:47 pm #

      Thank you, Jane! That means a lot to me…

    • CHRIS WILHELM September 25, 2015 at 2:31 pm #

      My name is Chris Wilhelm. I am a drunk who lives in the Chicago area. I am 66yrs old and have no family,having lost my identical twin, who died,, also an alkie, in 2002. I was put in a place to dry out in December,2014. I am in an old peoples home to be watched, but I drink, anyway.
      I was in AA for 4 years, but it is shit. I need to talk to someone who WANTS to drink. I have no family, and I am sick of hearing about peoples families.
      Please help me. I know it is going to kill me eventually, and I don’t care.
      My email is: Ckwil1948@aol.com.
      .
      Chris Wilhelm

      • Ckwil1948 September 26, 2015 at 12:10 am #

        I need you. Thanks! Please write when you can! Chris

  3. Nur August 12, 2013 at 10:24 am #

    just found your brilliant weblog , a thousand thanks from Edinburgh ,Scotland

  4. Nur August 14, 2013 at 11:24 am #

    Just being reading all your blog since you started, its really fantastic , just blown away, a thousand thanks once again

  5. bizi November 5, 2013 at 9:18 pm #

    Are you bipolar?
    I am just curious.
    thanks
    bizi

  6. roisinmmurrayRoisin Murray August 30, 2014 at 6:03 am #

    This is a brilliant read!! Am just starting one out myself, would love you to have a look?

    http://www.thelongdryroad.com – Cheers!

  7. Elizabeth April 28, 2016 at 9:47 am #

    I’m trying to quit the wine and found your blog after googling “I don’t want to drink today.” I say it every morning and yet, by the end of every night, another empty bottle sits on the counter. I’m married. I have four kids, a dog and a job. I have friends and am surrounded by beauty. I am very healthy and blessed. But something happens every day that makes me think I can’t handle it all. Something pushes me over the edge and I reach for the glass as if it were a life jacket that could save me from the chaos or the circumstance. As if everything will be better as soon as I have a drink. And of course it doesn’t. Of course, it makes me send an email I never should have sent, say something to my kid that no parent should say, fly off the handle at the smallest interruption. Insanity all over the place. I tried AA but had no patience for everyone else’s stories. I never told mine. No one asked. I can’t afford to go away to a facility for 10 days and since home is where I drink, I have no idea how I’d prevent a relapse. I have to start by not drinking at home. So today I will make a list like yours. 10 reasons not to drink today. I am hopeful. I like this idea.

  8. Lucy March 14, 2017 at 10:01 am #

    I am drinking daily, 2/3 bottles of wine if I’m not working back to back shifts. I hate it and hate myself, I feel like everyone is looking down on me. I want to stop but I don’t, I’m fucking miserable, am piling on the weight, my family and friends all know and I am so bitter. any help/tips would be massively appreciated

  9. James September 2, 2017 at 12:39 pm #

    DDG… I happened to land on your Blog 2 days ago and have been really enjoying the rawness of it all. I’m at day 4 of a new commitment of getting a LIFE. Long and short of my story… at 23 gave up drugs and alcohol an did 16 years clean n sober. Then little by little I began to compromise a little here a little there… and at the present moment ALLOT all the fricken time! You wrote on August 20th 2012 ” At the end of the day, being drunk is a prison, not an escape; learning that there is and never was anything to escape from — I can simply leave, say no, or change my perspective and/or reaction — is key to me staying sober and embracing living sober, or rather, LIFE.” Great line btw… I’m holding on to that one! Hey… on the whole coming out thing, and you not feeling too excited about the whole Blogging thing. Maybe a fresh perspective… maybe you could get excited about saving a life… and that life just be MINE. Just a thought… you have made a difference… even anonymously! I’m re-living your journey… and I have a connection with you. Btw your a total BAD ASS writer… so do a book. But jsyk I want a signed copy!

    James

    • Drunky Drunk Girl September 3, 2017 at 1:08 pm #

      Thank you, James! Your comment means a lot to me today… Yep, drinking is a prison and a form of distraction–at this point, it’s easy to see it from that perspective because I am not drinking. I am, however, not fully present myself, so, there is always work to be done. At least, though, when you’re sober, you can start on that work; or just sit there and look at the work…without having another thing to tend to and worry about (drinking and recovering from drinking). Stay strong, and start coming back into the fold–your fold, it belongs to you, your space of self-regard and healing and knowing that using is not going to help or solve or truly let you escape (the opposite–but you already know this)… HUGS!

  10. StephenD April 4, 2018 at 12:36 pm #

    Thank You , for the web site, honesty, sharing, more. Glad you are doing well.
    Is Ckwil1948@aol.com still around, here on the ‘contact’ comments? He rang a bell with me.
    I don’t always like people (and I’m one of them), but I know it’s with others that I may do better. Too much harm already. But …
    I could share more, everyone has their story, but it’s a story we all know with variation (or is that a cop-out on getting personal and real?).
    You’re not my all in talking and ‘answers’ of course. You’re a friend along the way. And again , I thank you.

  11. recoveryblogger603 May 22, 2020 at 10:18 am #

    Such great content! Really appreciate you telling your story! Women in sobriety really need to support each other with our stories.

    https://lighthouserecoveryinstitute.com/women-and-addiction/

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