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The company of other people.
Drinking alcohol. When I was in my darkest depression it was the most wonderful thing. It kept me warm when I was homeless, opened me up to various conversations, and felt like the only thing me and my mom had in common.
Then I woke up to the reality of the life I was living and wanted change. I stopped going out to bars, stopped bringing home bottles, didn’t even order a drink out at restaurants. Slowly began to build back my sense of identity outside of an inebriated state. Realized how much better life felt when I wasn’t waking up with my stomach twisting itself into knots and not eating for days because I was too hungover to keep anything down.
Nowadays, I can barely drink half a beer or a glass of wine, especially with thoughts of those times staring me in the face.
The Cosby Show
Staying up super late. I just love sleep too much now
Really rich foods. My health/weight is great, but as I get older, eating that stuff just makes me feel bloated and gross. Sometimes it’s still worth it, but a lot of the time it’s not.
Watching TV shows, movies, and playing video games.
Granted, I still do those things, but before my stroke, I was able to sit down and watch TV shows and movies for hours without a second thought. Now I get a headache after 30 minutes at the computer and need to take a break.
Silence. Fuck tinnitus.
Sex with strangers. It used to be fun. Now my wife gets super angry about it.
used to love classical music, but no longer enjoy it after studying it in-depth in school
Minecraft. Ever since 1.9 it’s gone downhill.
Not just WWE’s version of it, but all the stuff I loved, primarily from Japan.