Partying: How Much Is Too Much?

Posted by Kerri Mosher on August 7, 2017 in Blog |

Who doesn’t like to go to a party now and then? You get to leave the kids with a sitter for a while, see some friends, have a few drinks, and generally just have a great time! However, as with just about everything in life, it’s all about moderation. If you’re not able to moderate the way that you’re living, then it can go from being something that you do for fun, to something that’s causing an issue in your life. The tricky thing is that a lot of people aren’t able to see where they line is. From the outside, it might seem obvious, but it’s often surprisingly difficult to be able to recognize when you’ve crossed the line from occasional fun, to a serious problem. With that in mind, here are some warning signs to look out for that might indicate that you’re taking things just a little bit too far when it comes to having a good time.


It’s causing problems at home


If you’re living a lifestyle that’s slowly shifting from being fun to being destructive in some way, then there’s a chance that it could cause problems in your personal life. Are you spending less and less time with your partner? Or perhaps you’re not seeing friends as much as you did before? A lot of these things can come from the fact that, the more you throw yourself into a certain type of lifestyle, the more you interact with specific people. If it seems as though the only people who you interact with are those who you see when you’re partying, there might be a problem.


Your health is suffering


We all have those days where we overdid it the night before, and we don’t exactly feel 100%. But what happens when you’re feeling like that every morning? When you reach that stage not only are things like your work and social life going to suffer, but your health is going to as well. If you’re feeling consistently bad as a result of your lifestyle, then that could be a sign of something serious. Luckily there are places like The Recovery Village which exist to help and support people in that kind of position. You might feel as though you can handle anything life can throw at you, but you need to remember that your body has limits.


It’s not fun anymore


Remember, parties are supposed to be fun. They’re supposed to be things that you do to take a break and have some fun, away from the stress of everyday life. If a partying lifestyle is starting to feel like work by itself, when all of your time is taking up with wondering what you’re going to do that night, that’s a pretty clear sign that things have taken a bad turn.


One thing that it’s incredibly important to remember is that these things don’t need to apply to you. It’s also incredibly important that you stay on the lookout for these kinds of signs in the people around you. If you’re worried that someone else in your life is pushing things a little bit too far, then it’s always a good idea to talk to them, even if it’s just gently. Better to do that than stay silent.


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