今夜は知り合いと六本木ヒルズで飲みました😂普段酒を一滴も飲まないですが、仕事でのストレス、家族とのイサカイ、特に父と兄姉との間で揉めにもめ心身ともに疲れはてました😱ベロンベロンに酔いました😂私はその知り合いに草津温泉のお土産やお中元、お歳暮を頻繁に贈るので、いつもありがとうとのことで「鰻パイ」もらいました😂😂😂 I had drunk with my pals at its famous place called "Roppongi Hills"in Tokyo Japan tonight.I'm very very tired from my job and quarreling with my family,especially my dad,my brother and sister.I don't always drink at all,but I tried to forget the matters and I had drunk a lot.Something on the picture is a souvenir from the place in Japan called Shizuoka Prefecture they bought the other day.I usually go to the hotspring called "Kusatsu-Onsen or hotspring.I bought its souvenirs for them.Not only that but also summer or winter gifts.That's why I received it from them.They said to me"Thanks everytime".The one is called"Unagi-pie".Unagi is a kind of fish in the rivers. #鰻パイ#春華堂#静岡銘菓#泥酔#酔いました#ストレス#イライラ#いさかい#家族#仕事#酒#quarrel#anger#mad#drunk#family#dad#brother#sister#unagipie #shizuoka
You think drinking gives you pleasure. But does it? The first sip of alcohol you ever had tasted foul, right? My Dad let me take a sip of brandy when I was 15. I quickly spit it out and said, “Eww, that’s disgusting!” When I had my first beer at 16, I thought it tasted like cat urine. (Not that I’ve ever tasted cat urine. But you get the point.) I’m guessing your first taste of alcohol tasted foul. But that’s all it takes to trigger a lifetime drinking habit. Alcohol is a highly addictive drug. And as it passes out of your system, it leaves an empty, insecure feeling, like hunger. You interpret this feeling as “I want a drink” and you think the only way to satisfy it is to have one. When you have a drink, the empty, insecure feeling is relieved, giving the impression that you’ve just got a little boost. You mistake this boost for pleasure. And so it’s ingrained in your mind that alcohol gives you pleasure. But what you’re feeling is not genuine pleasure. It’s merely relief from alcohol withdrawal. As you drink more regularly, the alcohol cravings become more pronounced and, therefore, the illusion of pleasure when you relieve the discomfort increases. To put it simply: the pleasure you feel from drinking is not the effect of the drug itself. It’s the relief of your craving. As we drink more, the lows AND the highs get lower. Nondrinkers don’t have any of this discomfort in the first place. Does drinking really give you pleasure? Post a comment below. I’d love to hear from you.