Is it normal to hate alcohol?
Alcohol is something I rarely touch anymore, because everytime I drank within the last 10 years, it's made me feel worse, even if I only had 2 or 3 drinks. But, that has nothing to do with low tolerance. I didn't feel like I drank too much, I just overall didn't like the feeling it gave me. It never gave me the real chill relax feeling some drugs (like opiates and benzos) have given me. It didn't give me a happy excited feeling like you see it do to many party animals, it never made me really feel like singin and dancing. It made me feel sluggish in a cranky tired way, it made things and people around me bother me more (that part I guess explains the angry drunk type), and it always soured my stomach and gave me horrible acid, and it hurt how well I slept, not helped. That pleasant chill feeling (that I've gotten from oxycodones or kolonipins) was always missing.
Alcohol didn't make me feel as bad when I was younger, but I still could never enjoy it to the extent many young people seemingly did.
I have read that not everyone's bodies react to alcohol the same way. I guess that's why there are wild party drunks, relaxed sleepy drunks, goofy laughing drunks, angry fight-starting drunks, and then those who hardly seem to change much at all (except eventually ready to crash) after drinking. I more or less learned which type I am, and it turned me off drinking (that sure doesn't happen to everyone).
Feel free to jot down any opinions about this, how normal you think I am about the alcohol, and how it affects any of you.