Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* I was raised this way and now I've taken if you want, to abstain. This wish and this way of life are often my favorite. I do not think drinking is a sin, and I do not think I'm better than anyone because I choose not to do it. But at the end of the day, that does not really concern alcohol, is it? We all have our vices on which we rely when we feel weak, tired, frustrated or even happy. It appears in alcohol, food, sugar, Netflix binging and flake on social media.
* And nobody cares anyway. No one who does not drink feels the need to explain. No one who drinks feels the need to explain himself either. Most of them never have more than one drink for any occasion. Maybe two if it's a holiday. But if you choose zero, no one cares either. Because alcohol is just another drink,This is only for legal adults. This does not mean that alcoholism does not exist there is an alcoholic on the sidelines of my own extended family.
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* I like that! You and I have a similar story with alcohol not parents, but with ourselves. I also stopped drinking on February 19 of this year the day before my 40th birthday. It's funny, but I feel more ostracized to be vegan than to not drink. I have even gone to several concerts reggae shows and also Dead u0026 Co. and not even had a desire and also no peer pressure. I felt good, and I really enjoyed the music even more! Our children also noticed that I no longer drink and that I had feelings similar to those of your children! I will say that about two weeks ago, I ordered a beer during the night with my husband.
* In addition, a study by Merck Manuals shows that liver damage can be reversed under certain conditions. within 6 weeks. Fibrosis and cirrhosis can not be reversed. The damage that has been done to the main organs of the body is sometimes irreversible. Everyone's body is different and can repair to some extent. The main purpose in abstaining from alcohol is to prevent further damage from occurring.
* Okay, that spoke to my heart. I recently stopped drinking 1 month ago, I felt that thumb for years. I tried to compromise just a few drinks never arrived, just beer and not wine worked a few times, and so on. At the end I just drank from time to time but it always ended up drinking a lot. I thought I would feel sorry but as you wrote I feel freedom. I feel closer to God and life in general. I had a stressful time and instead of turning to alcohol, I turned to other people.
* I can get up in the morning with clear head, and I have never looked back because it feels good, so thanks for sharing the great story of your liberation personal alcohol, anyone can do it when it's their time and without pressure. Thanks As a person who grew up in a family "no sport on sunday" and "no alcohol", whose rules were entirely motivated by hearts in keeping with the love of God, I chose to consider these restrictions as being Now, as a mother of thirty-something, I wonder what my actions teach my children and slowly, I felt that God was speaking in these same areas.
* Well, that's what I felt for me. Yes, it was nice to learn more about fancy wines and beers, to try the mixed drinks I had only heard of. For a moment, it was the only thing I did that was not about the baby, it was only for me. And now, having had two years to regain my sense of myself, I see how much, how many times I drink in the center of my social network. It is disappointing that, as a culture, we need alcohol for every gathering.
* In my life, when it comes to the dawn of change, we may have the impression that God is pressing something in my life. As if to say, "Here, this place, this one, stay here for a moment. I want to lean on it. There have been other habits or addictions or sins or tramps in my life as I followed Jesus. I'm always happy for that. This has been the source of a lot of transformation in my life something that was good does not suddenly become-okay and inside, there is an invitation to more shalom, more peace, more hope, more love, more confidence, more completeness.
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