I. Don't. Think. So!
But it become a viscous cycle, I would spend few days controlling my drinking and then satisfied with my "experiment," I felt that it was OK and I would drink a little more and then a little more and then who knows. Then after an out of control drunk episode I would swear it off for ever and stop drinking. But after a few days sober and feeling pretty good, I was again satisfied with that experiment, (cause I didn't drink so I am not an alcoholic), and I would decide that it was OK to drink again. In my late drinking those periods of controlling and sobriety become shorter and shorter and by the end of my drinking, I didn't see any point in trying to control it; by then I knew what the eventual outcome was going to be, every time.
|AA Big Book, Chapter 11, pg 151.|
So drink responsibly, those who can! I have experimented with this idea for four years. My experiment has been concluded! Sober wins!