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Anonymous asked in Family & RelationshipsMarriage & Divorce · 1 decade ago

Can I trust my boyfriend's feelings when he is a little bit drunk?

Sometimes, when he is a little bit drunk we enjoy memorable making love sessions, but when he is not drunk the sessions are less memorable. When drunk he is more sweety, kind, etc., when not, he's more "reserved". Why does this happen. Can I trust his feelings when drunk or not?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I can tell you for sure you can never trust yourself or anyone when they are under the influence. Alcohol loosens up the inhibitions so consider the morning after syndrome. It's like Dr Jekyll & Mr. Hyde. Your more apt to get a better understanding of his (or anyone's) feelings when sober. It's like wearing a costume. You become a different person. Take off the mask and reality is still there. If you like this person better when he's "a little bit drunk" then you probably need to reevaluate this relationship.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Noooo >>being drunk makes a man or woman act as if they are on top of the world when in actuality they are as low as they can go,and if a man is telling you sweet things being drunk then when they are not drunk they ignore you then this personality is their norm, think about it why do most people drink or take drugs >>because they want to feel different an it is as false as the sun is black.

    Source(s): BEEN AROUND MEN LIKE THIS
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  • Leroy
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    1 decade ago

    Alcohol does tend to reduce inhibitions-especially in the smaller quantities. It tends to have different effects when a person gets really drunk. Those can vary somewhat.

    I've sometimes had better sex when midly inebriated than I when sober. It's probably because I was just more relaxed and uninhibited.

    On occassion, though, I've had sex with a woman I wasn't physically attracted to only after having drank enough to overcome the lack of physical attraction. That was usually more than one or two drinks though. FYI, she was a sweetheart and dear friend, I simply did not find her physically attractive.

    In answer to your question: having sex without a marital committment, I suggest that the only feelings of his you should really trust are the ones he displays when he is not having sex with you or trying to have sex with you.

    P.S. Alcohol does tend to make people display their true feelings when they are really drunk. Mild intoxication usually just creates a feeling of euphoria.

    Source(s): Personal and life experience; workforce education.
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  • 1 decade ago

    I think you should believe it because most people tell the truth when they are drunk. Some people get courage when they are drunk that's why they call it courage juice. Maybe you should talk to him and let him know how you feel about each session and let him know its okay to be adventurous and he doesn't half to be embarrassed.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    If you can trust him when he's sober you should be able to trust him when he drinks (as long as he doesn't have a drinking problem). Alcohol does tend to reduce inhibitions in people, but I don't think it turns them into fakes or liers unless they were like that to begin with. (My personal experience with drinking - I enjoy having a drink, or two, in a good company - it relaxes me, and I have fun; but I've never done or said anything that I regretted later. I suppose, it depends on the person, tho.)

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I am the same way when I've drank - my inhibitions go out the window - which often makes for great sex! Don't worry - they are really his feelings, he's just shy about expressing them when he's sober. Once you've been together a while, the reservations will dissipate. Don't give him a hard time - just enjoy him!

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  • 1 decade ago

    i feel like maybe when hes not drinking he has a hard time being himself. when hes drunk maybe he feels it can be an excuse to be good.lol you should be grateful that hes not an asshole when hes drinking. so no need to complain and who cares its the memories thats all the counts. have you tried to talk to him about this issue? if mot maybe you should just ask as a curiosity. good luck

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  • 1 decade ago

    Hate to say it but when we are drunk, We say how we really feel.

    My wife will say "did you really mean what you said last night?" (with a big loving smile on her face).... and I unsure of what I said, good or bad.... say "sure" and then she hugs and kisses me. So I guess when I'm drunk my romantic side come out.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I would say that when he's drunk.. that's where you get his true feelings... maybe he's been hurt in the past.. and unless he drinks he can't relax... I'm sure with time... things will get better...

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  • 1 decade ago

    Alot of people say that when a person are drank or tipsy they show ther true feeling. It's up to you what you trust.

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