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* I put on my shoes, ran out the door and went a kilometer down the road. I had no idea what I had done. . . But he felt good. And then I came inside breathless. Did your wife think you were dying? She laughed, mostly because I did not know I had to calm down after running. I mean, I never did anything physical in my life. So she told me to go for a walk for 15 minutes, and of course it helped me. Even though I still thought I was going to throw up.
* Building effective coping skills and getting to the root of your addiction is the key to recovering from alcohol abuse. Look for a therapist. Attend a type of group meeting, such as AA or NA. It is always helpful to have a support system of counselors and people who understand what you are going through. Utilize your friends and your family too. Go to WAR with your dependency. Recovery is a lifelong process and post-treatment maintenance is just as important as the initial treatment process.
* I just went through candy bags. Starburst, jujubes and all that is sour. I also went to Soda, which was a great replacement for calories for beers. It lasted about a month. When did you start running, did not you? I drank to cure my anxiety. But my anguish did not really dissipate after my arrest. One day, I mowed the lawn and was anxious, and I just felt the urge to run. I did not act on it, but the next night I felt the urge again, and I went.
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* But in my heart I know it too much and I just want to quit and God wants me to resign. Me too. Yes, I can do it without any problem. I am a little obsessive-compulsive disorder and I do something every day, regularly, or I do not do it at all. Thank you very much for this post because it really encourages me to go with God and make a new path for me. I'm so sick of drinking. I'm done. Thank you.
* One of the saddest things in our current culture for me is the big woohoo bragging done by popular Christians / speakers / writers on social media about their drinking. It excites me and I can only imagine how that weakens their influence among the lost. I was raised in a christian house. Parent did not drink. I did not think much of it before my last year of high school. . I was a "social drinker" from 18 years old.
* When we are honest with ourselves, these medications can be anything, including computer playing cards, Facebook, reading, work, hobbies - we all have something we use to solve the problems. problems we can not face now. None of them are misused in the right place at the right time, but all can be abused when we use them automatically without asking if there are better, healthier things I should do.
* I'm not saying that my family is perfect nobody is, but our relationships are genuine and healthy. I can bike 100 miles in less than 6 hours and bench press well over 200 pounds. I read at least two books a week and I spend a lot of time with my children. Drinking may not work for everyone. But that never stopped me. Let us not delude ourselves into thinking that we know the plan of God though if we were to guess that they would clearly conclude that God's plan is for me to drink based on positive results.
* If you're drunk and you start to realize that your story is going to end with a bunch of your friends telling hilarious stories at your funeral, I promise you that it's really worth it to stop, despite All the bad things I described above. I have been a sober year since last week, and I have never felt better or more proud of myself in my life. And that year, I have not even woken up once with a rooster pulled over my face.
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