On the heels of her New York Times bestselling book Drinking and Tweeting, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville takes readers on a wild ride through her dating life in this highly-entertaining relationship book.
Drinking and Dating chronicles Glanville's misadventures stumbling through today's dating world.
There are numerous reasons for the increase in alcohol use and elevated risk for negative outcomes related to drinking; however, research has revealed that the situational context of attending college explains the increased drinking behaviors of college students above and beyond the effects of precollege background characteristics such as personality and intelligence (Jackson, Sher, & Park, 2005; Slutske et al., 2004).
These findings indicate that highly satisfied dating relationships during college may positively influence readiness-to-change heavy drinking habits among college students. If that doesn't work, there may be a network issue, and you can use our self test page to see what's preventing the page from loading.Just because there's alcohol around you, that doesn't mean you have to drink it - it's pretty easy to say no and drink some soda or something. Do it because getting drunk could make your night (and possibly a lot of nights after it) a whole lot worse. If you're drunk, you might not realize (or care) that people are taking pictures of you..those photos could come back to haunt you in a big way.Alcohol plays a dirty trick on you: it can make you feel more confident and cool, when to outside observers you're slowly turning into a slurring, stumbling, red-faced mess.And if you pass out from drinking, you've basically transformed from an intelligent human being into a canvas for Sharpies and whatever other gross stuff people want to put on you.
Previous research has demonstrated that college students tend to drink more frequently and in greater quantities than nonstudent populations (Johnston, O’Malley, Bachman, & Schulenberg, 2012).