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I'm afraid you can't drink when you are still going through intense DPDR. It makes it 10x worse. Going out doesn't have to be limited to drinking only. Healing requires a lot of sacrifice, i know it first hand.

Plz Don't try to become your former self. Any comparison with others or your former self will lead to stress/anxiety and would not help you one bit.

Accept your condition and take small steps towards complete freedom from the illness.
 

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Hey man, i get you but You have to stop beating yourself about it. I wish there was an on/off switch for this illness to go away instantly. But there isn't any. We all have had to struggle for months/years and in some cases even decades before we could even say that we are making progress. But if you don't persist with little steps and small victories, you will only feel frustrated. Obviously i don't know your story and what approach you have used in order to combat it, all i can say is that do not lose hope no matter what. Healing is only possible if you persist.
 
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