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It is summer, which spells late nights spent in beer gardens enjoying the company of our loved ones, but on the odd occasion that good times turn bad due to the freely flowing alcohol, it can have a damaging effect on your relationships. The charity Drinkaware has teamed up with Psychologist Emma Kenny to bring you some tips on how you can avoid good times turning bad and how to keep your relationships on track when alcohol is involved. Lots of relationships become permanently damaged due to alcohol. Emma says that there are warning signs that alcohol is having a negative effect on a relationship, one of these is paranoia and jealously. Another warning sign is arguing when drunk, and even breaking up multiple times when under the influence of alcohol.

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It is summer, which spells late nights spent in beer gardens enjoying the company of our loved ones, but on the odd occasion that good times turn bad due to the freely flowing alcohol, it can have a damaging effect on your relationships. The charity Drinkaware has teamed up with Psychologist Emma Kenny to bring you some tips on how you can avoid good times turning bad and how to keep your relationships on track when alcohol is involved.

Lots of relationships become permanently damaged due to alcohol. Emma says that there are warning signs that alcohol is having a negative effect on a relationship, one of these is paranoia and jealously. Another warning sign is arguing when drunk, and even breaking up multiple times when under the influence of alcohol.

When people are drinking, they are often able to say things that they would feel uncomfortable saying when sober - things that are in fact probably best left unsaid. The moment we cross this boundary, we need to rethink our actions. Fun and happy relationships should function without alcohol as a prerequisite. Conflict is something that we all experience daily, but there are different types.

Destructive conflict is usually fuelled by alcohol and mostly creates negative outcomes, so Emma suggests it is best to avoid this and stick to constructive conflict. Although it can be hard to control what we say when drunk, Emma says that getting personal in drunken arguments is a no go. Feeling angry is a powerful experience, but anger is actually just a reaction to a deeper more difficult feeling such as sadness.

Try to go beneath the anger and explore what is really going on for you before you say something you regret. If someone shouts or becomes aggressive towards us we can choose not to engage in the situation.

People can generally only have an argument when their feelings are reciprocated. So often people avoid facing up to their real feelings by getting drunk. Yet by accepting and working through these we become able to deal with what is bothering us more effectively.

If you get drunk in a bad mood then you have a very high risk of getting into situations of conflict. Everyone seems to forget this little word, but Emma says it can make the world of a difference to your relationships.

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How To Stop Drunk Arguments

Drinking with your partner could mean an evening in with a takeaway and the telly, or a night out at a nice restaurant. Drink too much however, and you could find your night ruined by an argument that neither of you really want. Late-night disagreements may often be resolved in the morning, but they can grow into relationship-threatening resentments.

The kind of morning that makes you feel like everything might just be a bit easier if you were in a relationship. I pick up the phone to ring my friend Helen, tell her about my ankle and hear how her Friday night panned out. What was it about?

People may think alcohol is the destroyer of all relationships. That's the true test of a relationship, not your partying habits. If you can't remember, it doesn't count, right? Isn't that the number one unwritten rule about drinking? It better be or I've been doing it wrong all these years

How To Tell If The Fights In Your Relationship Are Healthy Or Warning Signs

Skip navigation! Story from Sex. This story was originally published on February 27, Waking up and realizing you got in a drunken fight with your partner can feel worse than the physical wrath of taking dozens of tequila shots. There's the reminders that you said something really out of line, the feeble attempts to take back what you said, and the guilt of knowing that you really didn't mean to sob and yell at your loved one on the sidewalk in front of all your friends. Not familiar with this? Bless you.

How To Get Over THIS Common Relationship Bump

Breaking up is hard to do. If you and your partner have been together for ages, it might seem like the worst thought ever to have to go back to being single. If you are constantly fighting with your SO about big things — like fidelity, money, marriage, life goals, jealously, and the like — now might be the right time to examine whether the relationship is truly working. Will it be difficult? Also, yes.

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Men told her that her drinking was unattractive even if they drank to the same extent. Some men judged her; others took advantage. After cutting back a little, the Sober Alley founder met someone who enjoyed drinking as much as she did. They bonded over their shared pasts and, eventually, got married.

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Lots of things about being in a real, serious relationship scare me. But the thing that probably terrifies me most? The fighting. Arguing seems to be a normal part of adult relationships.

Like it or not, drinking is a huge aspect of our social lives, especially in our 20s and 30s. Unfortunately, that phase went a bit too far in my life, especially since I worked in a bar for many years. I either drank too much or they did. The sober guys judged me when I had a few drinks and made snide comments, starting fights with me. The drunken ones made my life a massive headache.

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If he yelled at you first then maybe it is more his problem when you drink, were you both be irrational or was it just one of you? Alcohol can really bring out the worst in people, unlike many other drugs it tends to make you aggressive and heighten your emotional swings. If not, I think you should let it go. Too much alchohol will really mess up your memory of the events and what was said. Take the first step, go give your Fiance a hug and start talking about what happened last night. I so hear you girl. We are fine drinking at home when we have people over, or if we go to another place, but those bars are bad news bears sometimes. There was no excuse for him to have his arm around another girl — especially an ex.

Mar 13, - Men told her that her drinking was unattractive (even if they drank to the your partner are only fighting when alcohol is involved, or the fighting.

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