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I GET IT, BUT WHY PICK THE MOST DEPRESSING MONTH OF THE YEAR? Dry January: What happened when I gav…

I GET IT, BUT WHY PICK THE MOST DEPRESSING MONTH OF THE YEAR? Dry January: What happened when I gave up alcohol for 1 month. I mean, February is arguably worse, but at least it’s only 28 days.
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