Last night, I learned my limits, specifically for alcohol. Before the comments start, I am not 21, and I know it’s illegal. Just thought I’d mention that 🙂
Most people in college do choose to drink, and that’s always something I haven’t had an issue with, but haven’t experienced it because of personal reasons. However, I learned that while many people choose to drink, it’s not for me. I think I’ll stay sober for a while, which I think can be just as fun as drinking (sometimes).
It’s a weird thing, limits, because you never know what they are until you test them. And your limit may never be known because you are too afraid to test it. That’s why I didn’t drink, because I was too afraid that something would go wrong, and that it would be dangerous.
Long story short, I was fine, save for a slight headache the next morning, and nothing scary or bad happened to me. So why was I so scared to test my limits?
I think people are scared to test their limits because they believe that they will go past their limits, which could be detrimental.
Limits are something that I still don’t understand, but does anyone actually understand them?
Let me know what you think!
Have a great day! xxoo