Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* But as I move away from the law, I wonder if we have left the path of holiness or if we have begun to forget that God also cares about what we do and how we do it and Why. Conviction is lessthe sentence only on the invitation. It is an invitation to freedom. It is an invitation to the plenitude. Maybe our choices for these invitations to God are really an intersection for our free will or our free will and the activity of the Holy Spirit - maybe that's where the transformation begins.
* 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.
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* I promised her that she would never feel like the "girl from outside" in a larger group of women with wine glasses in her hand because I would not drink anymore when we met. I told her that I knew she was not asking me to do that, but I was doing it for her. That seemed to be the thing to do, and all the passages on the "blocks of stone"me in mind as I said. Since this conversation a year ago, I mostly stopped with jokes about wine totally with her, because I do not know who it is for a joke and for whom it's safer.
* Growing up my father was an alcoholic. I drank a lot in adolescence, to the point of causing me trouble that I dare not speak here. When I gave my life to Christ at age 20, I stopped drinking. Some days, I think I would like a glass of wine or a beer, but I do not do it. My children adults now drink socially and that does not bother me. I liked the way this post is written. I have never seen my parents drink while growing 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.
* To find out, I decided to try not to drink at all for two months. I did not know if I could do it, but I thought I'd try to see what would happen. It was much easier to give up alcohol than I thought it would be, which was a delightful surprise. Having some late-night outings - the kind after which you do not necessarily want to drink for a while - just before my alcohol-free challenge really helped.
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