• Two brothers were raised by an
alcoholic father. One grew up to be
an alcoholic and when asked what
happened, he said, I watched my
father". The other grew up and
never drank once and when asked
why, he said, "I watched my father".
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    • They had the same perspective. One didn’t learn. The other did. It’s about choices just as much as it is circumstance
      LIV3LY 2 jul
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    • Lol all kinds of shitty parents reading this thinking "ya its my kids fault not mine"
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    • My dad is an alcoholic but somehow I became addicted to masturbating? 🤔
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    • Thanks for teaching us about self control and not blaming our shitty habits on others
      Sp4wn 3 jul
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    • This was the life of Gordan Ramsay. His father was an alcoholic and drug user,, sadly his brother followed the same path while Gordon said cooking kept his mind away from the booze and drugs
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    • This goes alot for abuse. My dad was abused and he's the most funny, light hearted, kind, and fair man I know. His brother, my uncle, is manipulative, he lies, and I'm fairly sure he abused his kids since 2 of them are meth heads now and idk where the other is.
      Bezak 3 jul
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    • My mom has abused every drug I can think of and is a paranoid schizophrenic and abusive and would bring me along on drug runs and to rob houses. My whole family said I’d end up like her. So I became a US Marine and am studying to be a psychologist instead. My older brother is jobless and does meth.
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    • I watched my father sexually assault women and I never did, so I wonder what my brothers doing rn
      Cum_man1 3 jul
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    • I was an alcoholic for 10+ years. Then one day like Forest Gump's running... i just stopped. No AA, just quit. And I've never felt healthier or happier. 🚫🍺
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    • I'm the only sober person in the family. One brother died from drinking, my other brothers and sister drinks and I only buy alcohol to cook with. I've been living in daily pain for the past 3yrs and still don't drink
      chvh806 3 jul
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    • Entire family has substance/alcohol abuse. I’m 24 now, I was abusing marijuana for the last 3 years, this past 6 months I have cleaned up my act and no longer smoke nearly as much, but still almost once a day. I never did drugs or drank in high school. I stayed away from it out of fear
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    • Call me a fool but anyone else feel like they raised themselves in a way?like you grew up with the same parents but you and your parents have different opinions ,morals, and beliefs on a lot of things but your not sure what influenced you? Cause I feel like that
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    • My father was a raging alcoholic and addict. I've watched him do and attempt some terrible things for money to fuel his habits. Thankfully hes out of the picture. Doesnt stop me from getting incredibly stressed out around alcohol, even when it's my own mother, the only person that's been a constant
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    • My mother was an alcoholic, my dad a wonderful, hard working man. Thank God I was a Daddy's Girl. 😁💞
      missnay 3 jul
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    • Ah shit fuck help me please, I have diarrhea and it won’t stop. Fuck ah shit shit
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    • Obviously one of them got their ass whooped... Like alot
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    • Another perspective (mostly for those tryna play the blame game): Kids can make choices, parents can help make those choices. Key word is "help". In the end every person must take responsibility, both the kid for making the choice and the parent for deciding whether or not to guide them.
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    • My father was a crackhead and drug dealer. I lived in a hell hole for a good portion of my life. I swore to never take drugs and to get out. My brother took any drug he could get because he couldn't handle it. He fried his brain on LSD. I am in my fourth year of college.
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    • I haven’t drank alcohol in a little over 3 years because of my dad.
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    • i’m 20 years old, and finally moved out of my parents house. i was abused by those alcoholics for 15 years. even the smell of alcohol disgusts me now. it’s okay if you drink it, i won’t judge you for it, but i’ll never drink beer or anything for the rest of my life.
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    • Both of my parents suffer from drug addiction and dependency problems so I have dedicated my life to helping people in similar situations
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    • My mom was an alcoholic and addicted to pain meds. Also bipolar. Anything she could get her hands on. She took her anger out on my brother and I growing up when my dad wasn't home to recieve it. 22yrs old now and she asks why I dont bring girls home...
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    • My Dad was an alcoholic. I turned out okay, graduated high school, went to business school and got a great job. My brother and sister both dropped out of school and became worse alcoholics than my Dad ever was. I cut ties with them both because they’re horrible, hateful, selfish people.
      JBWKZ 4 jul
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    • It also has to do with poverty. Poorer neighborhoods tend to have less grocery stores and more liquor stores.
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    • My biological mother was like this but, my father took me out of her life when I was young. I didn't understand why then but I'm glad now.
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    • Having alcoholic parents increases the risk of alcoholism. Part of it is genetic, but mostly from the experience.
      lwpack 3 jul
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    • Me and my older brother, he grew up and always ask why I was "better" then him, we didn't have parents so he quit school and gave up at 18 and I'm studying to be a firefighter.
      DaKaken 3 jul
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    • Amen! My friend’s children do not drink at all because they have seen their father embarrass him and the family too many times!
      myms1608 3 jul
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    • My moms an alcoholic. I grew up and didn't touch alcohol until I was 21. I'm my own damn adult. I drink when I want to but only when there aren't kids around and its safe to do so. You shouldn't have to avoid something your parents did. Do better. Don't let them tie you down either.
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    • Peepee in the butt.
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    • My dad was an addict. If you could name it, he did it. But one time, when he was on a pick up run, and he was waiting for his guy, he was still tripping from his last batch, and he saw a murder of crows up in a tree all staring at him. They suddenly took flight down at his car, all screeching...
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    • a few months back when I was working a full time job, going to two schools at once, and having bad relationship problems I found that I had to drink and smoke every night to keep the stress away. I haven’t drank in a month or so and I only smoke sometimes
      VOIVOD 4 jul
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    • People act like genetics dont have any role in how you develop. Alcoholism, addiction, depression, other mental illness has a genetic factor in this. Yes it can be treated and people can get over most of it. But that's the hand nature dealt them. Honestly, 50% of alcoholism is hereditary.
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    • being a cuck vs being a chad be like
      uuck 3 jul
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    • This actually is partially true. It’s not 100% the parents fault when a child makes shitty choices
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    • Same case with me and my sister, I refuse to drink whereas she is becoming an alcoholic
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    • My mom is an alcoholic and recently relapsed in front of my brother and I, then I woke up the next day to her cracking a beer in my face and saying she’s leaving. I will never allow myself to treat my family like that.
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    • When I was young my dad would come home sometimes smelling like alchohol and I hated the way he acted. He wasnt mean or anything. I just turned 21 and I wont drink anything because I can't stand the smell because it brings back those memories
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    • My mother was an addict when she was my age. She said to me the other day, "I'm so glad I kept you away from that so you never got addicted to drugs." I looked at her and said where? When? I was offered pills in the bathroom at 14. It's called making the right choices. I've been offered drugs (pt1)
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    • My mother, grandma, and father are all alcoholics and my brother died from a drug-induced heart attack. I hate any alcohol or drugs (even weed) because I’ve seen it ruin my family and life
      uglyhog 4 jul
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    • Perspective is one of the things I love about the world. Anyone can see the same thing and get 2 different ideas out of it. That’s why i love talking to people, to hear new ideas
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    • Same exact thing happened to me. My sister drinks nightly and I haven't touched alcohol
      Jozi_ 4 jul
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    • my dad was an alcoholic and would yell and scream and -threaten- to hurt us. big reason why i get tense around drunk people or anyone yelling
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    • Mother is an alcoholic and I don’t drink bc of it. Given I am only 17 but I’ve had plenty of opportunities along with my dad always offering just in case I wanted to. Idk, I’m not afraid of much but addiction to anything worries me
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    • my mother was an alcoholic, single parent of four living in the slums. I started drinking when I was 9 years old. Eventually, I became addicted due to me using it as a coping mechanism. I am now 5 years sober. I relapsed around 16 times and -->
      tweh 6 jul
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    • This is a lie, me and my brother are alcoholics
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    • Your pfp has a black person
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    • My dad's an abusive narcissist. My fiance hates him and doesn't want him around our future children
      Cacaonut 3 jul
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    • Kinda why you’ll see kids raised in hardcore Christian conservative households become progressive non believers. Some escape idiocy, some aren’t intelligent enough to.
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    • I don’t drink bc when I was a kid I saw all the adults drink beer and liquor. So as a curious kid I thought it would taste good so I took a sap and it was bitter as fuck and to this day I don’t like bitter shit
      Jasian69 3 jul
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    • Nothing will make you not want to do anything again more than dmt, and it's 10 minutes. If you want the cliff notes.. work hard so death will have no power over you. Leave the people you care about in a position to thrive, and when you're going out the door you'll have nothing to worry about.
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    • actually being prone to alcoholism and trauma has found to be genetic. Some people are more drawn to substance abuse than others. One brother might’ve missed the gene while the other got it. Still responsible for your own choices though
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    • been doing that all my life and doing my best never drank smoked did any drugs had a gf but was respectful to her and didn’t fuck around maybe i lost some opportunities in my early days but one day i’m going to make it so i enjoy my future life more than i have ever could have enjoyed my early life
      Areno127 3 jul
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    • Well the perspective wasn’t different the interpretation was
      Oshawatt 3 jul
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    • It’s about what you interpret with knowledge of perspective. I saw my whole life what not to do as a parent
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    • Ok
      Cornbred 5 jul
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    • Then there was the third son who drank occasionally and when asked why he said, “Because I make my own choices despite what others did or do.”
      Akil_ 5 jul
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    • My mom is a alcoholic and I swear to never drink
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    • Hey, I know this is supposed to be a meme app, but I’m worried my sister is going to become an alcoholic. She has already snuck into the liquor cabinet and taken/drank a few bottles. She has also tried to OD (took 3 boxes of some sleep medicine). Idk what to do anymore.
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    • My parents used to be very strict and yelled a lot. Seeing how they acted and how it hurt me so much encouraged me to not act like that.
      opac 4 jul
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    • Just over 18 months off of drugs/alcohol. I was a needle junkie and i've overdosed 8 times and been in rehab 5 times. Both of my parents are wonderful people and have always done everything they could for me. Neither are addicts.
      memeatee 3 jul
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    • Determining your perspective is toxic isn’t easy though. When you’re in the driver’s seat, your prejudices and behavior are justified in your own head. It’s not as easy as “change your perspective” if you don’t even know your perspective is the wrong one, if there even is a wrong one
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    • Honestly, yeah. That’s how it is in my family. I’m the youngest of 6, though I’ve only met 4 of my siblings. All 4 of them smoked weed/still smokes. I don’t like to do any of that. My mom is an alcoholic as well, I generally want to avoid ever going down that path in my life. Though, it seems like
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    • I have never lit up a cigarette in my life for this exact reason. everyone above the age of 16 in my family smokes except me.
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    • This is the exact scenario for my family rn, not last Saturday but the Saturday before it, I had to go pick my older brother up from some firefighters because he was black out drunk parked in the entrance of a gas station at 3AM, I have never drank and never will.
      Geay 3 jul
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    • Im trying my hardest to be the man of the family out of 5 girls after dad got drunk hit my mom and left. Im not gonna grow up and be like him. I
      POGCHIMP 3 jul
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    • I’m the only one in my family that doesn’t still drink or do drugs. I come from a long line of alcoholics, my dad and all but 1 uncle have gone to rehab, some more than once. I had my daughter and decided it was time to quit everything. I’ve never felt better. I watched my dad, at first I was
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    • That is not always true. Circumstance, among other uncontrollable factors, plays a much larger effect on people's lives than you may imagine. We're beginning to see much more of this in the fields of sociology and psychology. Blaming the victim is not always correct.
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    • Too bad there was no third brother who learned moderation...
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    • Lol that’s a bit similar to my situation. My dad was a dick to me and my brother we both grew up and he became like him just a tad more abusive and he actually thinks he should talk down to not just me, my other brothers but also my mom and dad.
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    • Grew up with an alcoholic father. I'm grateful that my siblings and I took after the second son in this
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    • My dad recently died of liver failure because he drank all his life. I’ve never gotten drunk and have no interest in it because of him. My sister, on the other hand, gets drunk quite a bit and has since she was a teenager
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    • My parents were late to everything so now I’m an hour early to everything. My brother for some reason is like my parents.
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    • my dad grew up neglected by his parents, yet with me and my brother he's always been there even when I didn't need him
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    • My Mom was a jobless abusive druggie my whole life, made me work at 14 and would give me $15 out of every check, but only if I cooked and cleaned. Little did she know, all she taught me was how to work, be independent, and stay clean. I left immediately and now she calls once a month for drug money.
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    • Hell to the yeah.
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    • ironic coming from a black person who claims "the hood keeping us blacks from thriving"
      IlIl 5 jul
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    • Facts..
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    • A father, son, and daughter were at the beach at the saw a fat old guy with a hot young girl. The father says “son pay attention in school so you can up like that guy.” And he says “Daughter, pay attention in school so you don’t wind up like that girl.”
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    • This is so fucking true
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    • My parents both smoke cigarettes, I wont touch them but I'll smoke weed all fuckin day
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    • My dad was an alcoholic but not a mean alcoholic by any means. However the alcohol he consumed fucked up his immune system, he ended up getting a chest cold that enlarged his heart and now he has stage 3 or 4(i forget) heart failure. So he takes a lot of pills and cant work. Had to retire.
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    • Yup.
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    • Never drank once?? Please. He probably tells everyone who will listen, like some vile subspecies of vegan
      Bearchaw 4 jul
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    • I literally know two brothers that fit this exact life description. One of them is a super alcoholic cuz of the dad, and the other learned to never drink
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    • I had a friend whose father was ki11ed by a man who attacked his family with a gun. The mom went one direction in terms of politics saying that she needed a gun to protect them. The son is very liberal in the same matter
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    • I can relate to so many people in the comments rn and it makes me happy and sad the same time. Happy because, for the most part, we chose the right path but sad because so many people had to go through these terrible situations
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    • Me and my sister
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    • My dad used to do almost every drug under the sun besides like heroin. He said he quit all of it the day he found out my mom was pregnant. He could have very easily left us and kept doing drugs and bad shit with his life, but he manned up and raised me+ my little brother and made a name for himself.
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    • Cool
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    • "If you can't be a good example, you can at least serve as a horrible warning."
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    • I’m the second type. My dad would smoke so many cigarettes while we were in the car. I hated the smell so bad now and still hate it now. Never had a cigarette in my life.
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    • It depends how you take it in. One of my friends dads got beaten every day and had a drink for a dad and a non present mother and decided he would never do that and is one of the bests dads. Another one of my friends dads grew up the same way and became his father.
      poorkoi 3 jul
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    • That’s totally me and my brother. My dad drinks but is a great man and doesn’t let alcohol get the better of him he is the same man with and without it. But there has been times where I can’t stand it and I don’t like alcohol for that reason
      realcrow 4 jul
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    • Watched my aunt succumb to a meth addiction my whole life, while my other aunts (and grandma) were raging alcoholics. I never wanted to be like them so I stayed away from drugs and didn't start drinking until I was old enough to buy my own drink at an event. It's just not worth it
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    • I don't drink because I watched my dad 👀👀
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      FatSkat 6 jul
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