Emily T Posted November 6, 2013 Share Posted November 6, 2013 So I am in the midst of a whole30 with modifications (http://forum.whole9life.com/topic/14423-whole30-20-moderation-management/) and am heading to a wedding this weekend for one of my old sorority sisters. My sorority sisters and I drink. A lot. When we all get together (which is pretty rare, since I moved out of town), we go hard or go home. It just goes without saying that when one of them gets married, we all get crazy. But this time, obviously, I won't be drinking. I am kind of worried though, because I get intense FOMO when others are drinking and I am not. I feel like they are all having fun and there is this massive fun-times barrier between us. I have never been able to enjoy a social occasion where I am the only person not drinking. If there were other sober people around, I'd be more enthusiastic, but believe me when I say, these ladies get crazy! Any suggestions on how to feel better and less "left out" when everyone around you is guzzling bourbon and breaking out the old sorority songs? Edit to add: This was helpful, in case anyone else has the same issue! http://thoughtcatalog.com/jessica-ann-daley/2012/08/party-girls-guide-to-being-sober/ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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