How To Stop Drinking Alcohol

How to Stop Drinking Alcohol Every Night - Practical Tips For Cutting It Down Or Cutting It Out!

Alcohol Dependence Not A Disease

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* 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.

* If you sit, you will probably start drinking again. Drinking takes a lot of time, you need something to fill it. So do you find yourself a new hobby. The one you like, the one that is important enough that you want to stay sober to see it over. Avoid "triggers" What triggers your desire to drink? If you have some "drinking songs", do not listen to them for a while. If you drink while playing golf or in a bowl, you may need to stay away from it.

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* And I did not know you came from Winnipeg and you had alcoholic parents. We have so much in common. °¸ ~ â € ~ Please Ron, thank you for sharing this. I really liked that. So much wisdom here. I like how you describe God's invitation to weigh, and the process of trusting God by responding to this invitation. We had all the debate on alcohol in our extended family, and we try to balance freedom, wisdom and non-judgment.

* Nice story, Ron. Your words deeply touched me because your decision to stop, based on a boost from the Holy Spirit, describes my trip of the past year. I have "left" now after being on a downward slope of frequency in recent years. I never like how I behave or feel after. Cranberry vodka was my favorite drink and the Holy Spirit whispered, "Why do you need it?" I had no answer. Alcohol does not make me a better person, does not help me get closer to Jesus, does not optimize my health.

* I went back to university and got a second degree. I could not have done that if I was still drinking. You could turn your hobby into a career. Have the energy to win a promotion or change jobs or start your own business. How is your family? Will your wife be happy? Will your children be happy? If things are already broken, will you be able to reconcile? If you do not have a job or family, you will be stable enough to get them if you wish.

* Feel so raw and ready, but scared. Your words give me courage. I feel that I will never regret accepting God's invitation either. Thank you for that. It was beautiful, thoughtful and complete. I drink the way you describe your early marriage, my husband does not drink at all especially because, as I said, he has the palate of a child of five years and pre feast on soda and juice. But I noticed the frequency with which other women around my age with young children will joke about needing a glass of wine after a mom's day, employee, housewife, wife, etc., and I find myself just to do the conversation.

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Updated: 2018-11-17 — 10:07 pm
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