On this episode of True Life, we follow two girls whose problems with alcohol are so severe that they have trouble keeping jobs or functioning relationships.
Hahaha, yeah, you totally seem like someone she'd want to chat with. Good call on her.
You're a stranger on the internet. Why on earth should she give away her roommates information like that? I wouldn't tell some random person my roommate-of-five-years-ago's last name. How does she know you aren't going to harass them? I mean you found her, talked to her, then immediately posted crap about her :s I wouldn't trust you either.
Casey, don't listen to this woman. She obviously doesn't know what it's like to be be controlled by an addiction. For someone who says she has demons, she's really judgemental. I'm battling the same addiction you are (or were) God bless you for sharing your story. I hope things have gotten bette for you. People like Michelle are te reason we have stigma surrounding addiction/mental illness. This is an epidemic we need to stop igoring and have an honest conversation about.
I talked to her on Facebook and asked her for Charlotte's last name and then Leo's last name because I wanted to look up Charlotte to talk to her.And she couldn't remember either one of their last names.How the **** do you not remember your own roomie's last name???Wait I know...Her brain is so burnt out from all the alcohol that she drank over the the years that she can't remember her own ass from a hole in the ground.That's why.
*hugs* Good for you and good luck hon!
no ur stilgross
First off, I have seen a full time alcoholic for my whole life. I know what they go through. Am I sympathetic about or towards alcoholics? No. I despise them. You little Ms Casey have NO idea what I have gone through in my life. /all I was doing is simply stating mu own personal opinion. Which I am allowed. My opinion is I do not like alcoholics. Good for you for your life accomplishments. You may think you have had it rough but I have seen worse. Much worse. You can call me all of the names in the book if you like but I won't care because I know I am better than that. Maybe I could have worded my feelings a bit better but at the time I wasn't thinking and I didn't care. Today, I realize I could have said something more like I just don't like alcoholics in general and left it.
"I once was lost, but now am found." If you noted the music tattoo on my left arm, it is the notes to the frst two verses of Amazing Grace. This show is 5 years old. That person on the show, I do not know. For I am not her. I have an amazing life now. A great job, boyfriend, circle of supportive friends... and am a full time college student. Life goes on...
Yea... I was fine though..... wasn't I...
And you're such a peice of **** for not thinking that she's done something with her life. You posted this 6 months ago. UGH! Get a God Damn life. The show aired over 5 years ago. I've moved on... you should probably grow up and stop posting on 5 year old shows... I see your profile pic is from Vegas... did u drink, get drunk, and party hard there? You ****** hypocryte
Casey is doing awesome. THANKS FOR ASKING.
You know what, it taught me a lot being on the show. For you to sit there and cast doubt on watching a television show about a newly of age drinker living in Las Vegas is absolutely REDICULOUS to me. I am now a full time student earning a degree to be a drug and alcohol counselor. So you can shut your fat ass up because you have no idea of the demons I've had to rid from my closet to get to where I am today Ms. Michelle! And I thankyou to the two following responses to such an ignorant post. Thankyou ladies. And Ms. Michelle... **** OFF> I say Ms. instead of Mrs. because your lack of understanding and comprehension of a diesease combined with your looks clearly means to me that you are a bitter unmarried, childless, nobody.
Hey Y'all this is Casey here and I am not the same person I was when I was 21. I was living in Las Vegas for God's sake! I am now about to be 27, am a full time student and am persuing a degree in drug and alcohol abuse counseling. Go figure. Because I lived such a life, I feel I a more able to relate to those who are in the situation I was. You can all be so quick to judge me, but the reality is that when I saw the show for myself, it was a wake-up call. I am striving to be the best I can be and that's the end of it.
I enjoyed this episode because there are tons of people out there that think they are just partying when they haven't realized that it is the beginning of a problem. For those of you who judge these people think about it. They put their demons on t.v. to search for help and instead of us being compassionate we laugh and judge them. 000a000aI never see good posts from Casey but she seems alright. I do not think Casey is sober because I see posts about drinking. Christina seems like she is doing well. From what I know she is still sober, not sure how long though. Both are very nice girls.000a000a000ahttp://www.facebook.com/#!/casey.wyman.5 000ahttp://www.facebook.com/?sk=welcome#!/christina.arrambide
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To the original commenter, You have no idea what these people go through, they literally go through hell and torture. The happiness and so-called 'fun' you see while they drink is nothing compared to the misery and horror they wake up to. I hope you can be more mindful and understanding.
I used to drink like this. One day I just stopped cold turkey because I saw myself spiraling out of control. I saved a lot of money and I feel so much better. I'm not one to judge people on why they do these types of things, so I wish them the best of luck.
Ugh. Casey is such a drain on society.
I agree that they need help, but they are not lame, they are people just like anyone else. They have an addiction, and unless you have experienced addiction before, you will never know how hard it is to get out of that downward spiral. I have someone in my life who was an alcoholic, and who was constantly looked down upon and treated like she was stupid. I've stuck by her side, and years later she is sober and doing great.