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Twice a week to bars and drinking is more than just "social" to me. Drinker or non-drinker it is a life decision, and expecting someone to change for you is just judgemental. I'm a social drinker, but if the guy I'm with really doesn't like drinking, or is in recovery, I go for the sweet tea every time. If you really hate it, they usually don't light up in front of you, or demand to sit in the smoking section. If you see no problem walking away from someone who doesn't drink because drinking is more important to you, thats on you. Who am I to say anything to someone who "needs" or "must" drink several times a week to feel loose or relaxed and would prefer to drink with out guilt over having a relationship? If your drinking causes any problems with your life, drinking is a problem.

But, I guess it depends on how much one drinks while there. I did check drinks "socially" on my profile, yet, I rarely do drink. If I want a glass of wine at home, I'll have it there. If you see no problem walking away from someone who doesn't drink because drinking is more important to you, thats on you. Who am I to say anything to someone who "needs" or "must" drink several times a week to feel loose or relaxed and would prefer to drink with out guilt over having a relationship? Date someone you meet in the "social" place you go to. But the thing you don't get is you state you are tired of the bar scene, yet you are the one who insists on going to the bars twice a week.

I, personally don't like going out and drinking just for the sake of drinking in a bar scene and haven't done it in more than a couple of decades. And if someone I was interested in, does like to go out haunting the bar scene a couple of times a week, it just wouldn't work. Doesn't mean that I wouldn't have a drink though, once in a blue moon. No sense in making someone else uncomfortable, but if I feel they're just being controlling, then all bets are off and I'll have that drink. I don't have an objective opinion on this as I am jaded. That really is a contradiction and you need to get your priorities in order.

I have dated a recovered/recovering alcoholic and do realize, that with any addiction there's always a chance of a relapse but I tend to now take things one day at a time and I don't dwell on the things that "could" be if there's no indication of it now. I may drink like 2 smirnoffs and a cpl shots in like a year!!! The last guy I dated assured me that he was a social drinker when I candidly told him up front that I would NOT be with an alcoholic. I can't remember your other thread clearly, I should look it up, but I do remember that there were suggestions that you update your photos and you didn't do that.

I'm not one to subscribe to the notion that alcoholism in and of itself is a disease; if you can freely decide whether or not you get it, that's not a disease in my book.

Its all about willpower and self-control, of which I have plenty.

Recently I dated a guy who didn't drink and it also didn't work out because he didnt like me drinking.

Drinking is never an issue except in these cases, just wondering what everyone else's experiences are....... If you feel that you are tired of the bar scene, but go twice a week to the bars?

It doesn't have to be judgmental by one party or the other, just a sign that there isn't enough in common to make it work, like dating between smoking/non-smoking or religious/non-religious people. But I don't get hammered or act like an idiot when drinking.

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