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My cousin sister had two pegs of wine and then she started laughing and then started crying for no reason. Should she be drinking again?

Her friends said she is always like this after drinks. She never even remembered that she cried. I am worried should I let her drink again?

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Well, is it really up to you? If you are concerned you should talk to her. I don't think you can keep an adult from drinking.

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Yea I know. I ll tell her.
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noo! :)

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Probably best to try and keep her away from the wine at this point in time

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If it doesn't impact work or social life don't intervene, unless they're too intoxicated for their own good... Then suggest it's bed time...people act silly when they drink too much and every adult gets drunk every now and then.

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It doesn't intervene anyone's social life. But just to think that she will be crying after drinks, somewhere, in someone's house make me worried. I feel she is not built to take alcohol? Its a pretty weird sight you see for everyone. But then I do not want her not to have fun as well
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When i get to drunk i get stupid i tried to break out of my own house to go home.
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You're worrying to much, if she makes a fool of herself it happens. Better to have a good time and stories to tell than be boring.
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@argoth, that's hilarious! We had had a few drinks prior to this incident but I accidentally gave a friend a black eye during Mardi Gras last year. I got an inappropriate pat on the bottom, turned a round and back handed an innocent friend while the culprit (my boyfriend) escaped... Talk about embarrassing.
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That's creepy,I wouldn't enjoy her company when she drinks. Will she listen to your concern? Hope so, goodluck

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thank you very much :)
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She's drunk, can't handle the alcohol, possibly alcoholic, or on the way. She shouldn't drink.

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Nope she is not at all a alcoholic. But she seems to be smitten by it.
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She's on the way. Smitten? Yup, on the way. Some people because of genetics, brain, environment, personality, are predisposed to addiction. She sounds like a candidate. You enable when you find reasons, excuses and justification. She isn't the norm.
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aah.. okay! thank you sounds scary. I already talked to her. And she says she decided to stop. Dunno for how long though. I doubt if she is the kind where they keep promises
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