Alcohol and dating
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When you‘re getting to know someone in a relationship, it’s pretty f*cking easy to rely on alcohol to ease the tension.
Alcohol is the key to opening you up to summon the courage to jump in the sack. You’re forced to pay attention to each other’s bodies.
Things may be awkward at first, but your sex life will be so much better in the long run.
He or she suddenly becomes hotter, funnier and easier to relate with. It also aids in dissolving all of those pesky anxieties you might have had about yourself when sober.
The thing is, while getting drunk might make things simpler, it’s actually the worst thing you can do when attempting to build a strong relationship.
While drinking may make you open up about your life, your partner isn’t going to remember any of those details come sunrise. What kind of healthy relationship can be born out of such an unhealthy activity?
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