Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* It would be good to add a "p" at the end of the recovery as a whole and recognize that most * DO * people need help to stop smoking and this does not make not their trip less than. The addiction is a monster and most people simply can not be finished and it works. Once again, I am very happy that it worked for you this way, but you are definitely in the minority. Sensational. There are no coincidences in life.
* It's so honest and true. I was raised in a house where my parents did not drink. When my children were little, we diddo not drink alcohol. But, over time, we started to try different wines. It was fun. It seemed harmless, but I wonder what influence it had on my grown-up children. I have alcoholism in my family. I hope they also understand how dangerous alcohol can be. For John the Baptist came neither to eat bread nor to drink wine, and you say, He has a demon.
More Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* Do not keep too much alcohol in the House. Buy only as much as you intend to drink in one evening or the temptation to overdo it can be too strong to resist. Record your consumption. Get a notebook and start becoming really aware of how much you are drinking with the number of calories ... and the cost. That should stop you! Have alcohol free days. If you decided to cut rather than cut, plan at least two days of the week without alcohol.
* Even if you had everything you needed, for a while, your empty stomach would still send the alarm of pain that says, "INSERT FOOD OR DIE YOU, DUMBASS! The inside of the head of an alcoholic detoxing is scary in the same way. One of the most common nightmares among alcoholics is the terrible dreamy dream where you fall from the cart. You fight all day to stay sober, then in your sleep you relapse.
* After my husband and I left the seminary and traveled north to serve the churches ... we could not believe the banality of drinking among the Christians. They did not care to abstain. We chose not to drink not because of the rules, but because we did not want to influence our children with alcohol. They are now young adults and make their own choices which fortunately are not heavy drinkers. I can not judge or force anyone to reject alcohol, however ... like you, I believe that the Holy Spirit will walk by him and gently lavish all that needs to be done in our lives.
* I wanted to have a gun and kill him and all the other people in the world who had failed to kill him to this day. If each of these weapons contained a billion bales, that would not be enough. Some people in this situation may have a few people close to them who sympathize with what they are going through assuming they connect bad mood with alcohol at all, and they may not do it if they do not. have never tried to stop.