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Old 10-31-2011, 12:26 PM   #41
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man sorry to hear that kind of incident happened, probably should stick to light alcohol like beer but im guessing u were drinking hard liquor like whiskey and probably had a lil more than a buzz
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Old 10-31-2011, 12:41 PM   #42
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Old 10-31-2011, 01:16 PM   #43
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ok then you just cleared things up from your original post. if the guy wasn't hurt and it was more of two drunk guy's yelling and acting like the cast from the jersey shore then thats one thing.

still a bit immature if you ask me but, i think we have all been there at one point or another sorry or not though please do not ever drive while under the influence of alcohol thats not really something you can make up for imo.

seeing that you checked in on the person's involved that makes me think that it was just a bad day and shit happened and that your not a complete ass lol. glad to hear that no one was hurt in this whole thing yourself included. just work it out with your girl and if it seems like your having to force things then it's not right dude and it's time to move on. because they will drive you crazy if you let them.

also i did not mean to come off as a smart ass or to judge you in any way but, your op sounded pretty rugged though. when i read it it seemed like you got jealous and just tossed some guy then drove home drunk but, apparently thats not the case so sorry for any offense
Not at all, Hans. It was a stupid thing to do - and I'd like to think that I'm not a stupid person. God, Jersey Shore - one of the reasons that I left Rhode Island was due to all of the wanna-bes. Unreal. It really makes you wonder how many stupid people there are in this world.

Driving under the influence under any circumstance is not okay - like I said, I'm not intending to encourage this kind of behavior. I myself am still amazed at what I did. The fact that law enforcement were not involved at any level is truly amazing. I would be ruined, as well as losing the various USCG-issued maritime credentials that I have worked so hard to get.

Immature, stupid and un-called for.
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Old 10-31-2011, 03:54 PM   #45
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Old 10-31-2011, 04:23 PM   #46
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No one was hurt in this incident at all - already checked. Already apologized the morning after to bartender and the other "guy", who has since admitted that he was equally responsible for what ensued. Like I have already said, I am entirely ashamed of my actions. That was not the "typical" me. Turns out there was no fight, we were both dragged out of the bar after becoming verbally aggressive towards one another.

I'm not looking for praise, insults or judgment from this posting, and apologize if my original post led people to that understanding.

Getting back to my original question - has anyone else ever felt similar feelings of being a complete and total outsider to the "normal" world after working in such a closed and stressful environment for extended periods of time?
I think you know what to do and you realize how bad your actions were, so to that im not going to comment. To your original question, yes. A matter of fact, Ive been going through it for 3 months now. Most of my marriage I have been away from my wife. Every time I come back, we have to get "re-connected". We have considered divorce before, but we do love each other. Coming and going constantly takes a toll on any relationship. This deployment has been hard on me and my marriage for many reasons that im not going to go into. The wife and I have talked and agreed that when I get back we are going to work on things and try to make our marriage better and Im going to try to get into a different type of job. We got married very quick (3 months after knowing each other-i know i know...), and have been married for 3.5 years now. We still dont know each other like we should, and thats part of the problem. But like I said its something we both are wanting to work on. So yes you are not the only one that goes through these things. I see it a lot in the military b/c the nature of the job. My advice, decide what YOU want and go with it. If you love the chick, work it out. If not and dont want to work on it...move on. Good luck and sorry for the long post.
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Old 11-02-2011, 03:55 PM   #47
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As for the blackouts from rage... I have had it once before. And then learned to avoid them.

I am a very peaceful person with a very, very, very long fuse. The easiest way to describe it is that it is a purely animal survival mechanism, and it does not require alchohol and not everyone has it.

For me I learned the symptoms that lead up to it are 1st anger, 2nd no-emotion coldly calculating, 3rd is no emotion/no intellect animal rage. Learn to recognize stage 2, and learn to walk away. Stage 2 for me is good in an emergency, I just do what has to be done. Otherwise, nothing that brings you to Stage 2 is worth it. Change your lifestyle if something repeatedly brings you there.

In my own non-medical opinion. Don't dwell on Stage 3. It is less than who you are as a whole. Not a different you that you have to worry about. You can always control it at stage 1 or 2 if you learn to recognize it. Your concern about the blackouts is a glimpse at PTSD. You did what your body thought it had to do to survive. If it bothers you a lot go see someone about it.
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Old 11-03-2011, 07:07 PM   #51
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lol, yea. I've managed to stop myself at stage 2 a couple times. Op, I understand about being out of the "loop" in terms of society. Start small, read a book at a book store, go to a mall. Than grab food with local friend if you have one around. Or I would say take a martial arts class like muy thai. It'll help burn off stress in the best possible way and help you ease into socialization
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