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    Organizer Sandbox | Shakti Shetty | 2/3/19 | 3 min
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    • Pegeen
      Reading streakScribe
      2 days ago

      I had to give up drinking when I became ill about 10 years ago. Prior to this, my husband and I had a wine cellar and loved having wine with dinner and parties. It was really difficult to give it up - food didn’t taste as good, sunsets lacked vivid colors, celebrations weren’t as festive. But after about 3 months, I lost my craving for it and years later never really returned to it. What was as difficult as abstinence was the reactions of my family and friends. They seemed totally uneasy with me not “joining” them, as if I was now a different person. I found that people who love to drink find it difficult when the person they are with doesn’t join them.

    • deephdave
      Top reader this weekReading streakScout
      1 week ago

      There are definitely far better ways to forget who we are, no?”

      Such a wide chasm between how we are and how we seem is exploited by the tech giants who run our world today. They understand our weaknesses and cut all corners to ensure that we fit within their models of consumption.