I got drunk and somewhat remember the events of the evening. I can remember mostly everything and seemed to have enjoyed myself that night. A few days after I was having a conversation with my friend who was sober about what I said to everyone that night. I was assured that I was not that bad just drunk. During the conversation something triggered in me and I got completely paranoid that I told a secret to someone. The thing is I remember talking to him and knowing that I was not to ever say anything. I am almost sure I didn't say it because my friends didn't mention it but I keep picturing myself saying it. The thing is as we were going home I didn't mention it to anyone in the car and I think if I did say it I would have been obsessing over it. I just want to know why would this thought come days after being drunk and it won't go anywhere. I can't think of anything else.
I was talking to a guy that I know a friend was pregnant o before. I don't talk to her any more but I knew to not ever tell that. But hen I got drunk and was talking to him about her, not sure if I said it. I can't remember him giving a huge reaction that makes me think I didn't. I feel very guilty now and thinking that everyone is going to not like me.
Just wait for couple of days, if u did say something, oh trust me u will know, maybe u being paranoid you probably thought u said it because you dont remember much of that night.. Just relax dont make a big deal, because you might make it obvious then you really going to burn urself.
Thanks. I have been playing it over and over in my head and sometimes I think I said it and sometimes I don't. I do know that I remember not to say certain things when I'm drinking or around people but not sure if I let it out. Almost positive that I didn't. Is it really possible to make yourself think things that you didn't say because I have always had severe anxiety when it came to my friends and always have thought I said something that I shouldn't when not even drinking.
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