Well met, Jordan!
Jordan wrote: But there is a few things which seem to not work for me so don't know how i can go around this, the only problems are: Sex for pleasure,Drinking alcohol, and eating meat but ive read a few diffent things about eating meat and being a Buddhist so confused there, but i want to find out more really and wonder if there is any good starting points really?
Seems to me like you've probably already done some reading to even pick up on these particular items.
It is true that certain schools of Buddhism frown apon the consumption of meat, but this really is a personal matter and I don't think anyone has ever condemned me for doing so. In my case, I don't eat as much as I used to, and I very rarely ask for it to be prepared for me, but I will eat it if it is offered to me or is leftover. Don't worry about changing your diet all at once -- but if you look deeply and realize that you are causing animals to suffer, it may be time to consider alternatives.
Consumption of alcohol was a huge vice for me when I discovered Buddhism... and believe it or not, it can be overcome. My last occasion consuming alcohol was on January 16, 2012 (I remember because it was my birthday). The decision to quit for me was like the flipping of a switch -- not everyone can manage it that quickly I suppose so again, just look deeply at your actions and your mind state when you drink and decide whether it is really the way you want to be or not, then act accordingly.
As for sex, I believe the Buddha once said that if there were any other attachment stronger than that of a man for a woman, no one would ever be enlightened. I am no where near putting this issue down permanently -- I'm married and it is enough that my wife understands that I intend to keep Uposatha days celibate -- the rest of the week is open game pretty much at her discretion. I suppose most guys wouldn't complain about that sort of thing though, eh?
Find yourself some good books (I started with the Dhammapada) and a quiet place to read and meditate. I'm sure others may have perfectly good suggestions also.
Please be well, friend.