Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* I always struggled with the young man of the Bible who wanted to be saved and Jesus told him to give everything and follow him. Does this mean that we should all sell all our earthly goods or we are not saved? No ... Jesus knew that the possessions were a fortress and a stumbling block in the life of this particular young man and that he was always going to stand between him and a relationship with Jesus.
* I also love the feeling that each of them brings me in the first sips it's time to relax, go out with friends or enjoy a particularly enjoyable day. able. After a long day or a busy week, it seems so good to repress a cold, to have a drink or sometimes a bottle! Of wine, or to hit the bar for happy hour. That's why it may be surprising that I decided to completely quit alcohol for two whole months.
* One thing I noticed is that when we are in a restaurant that serves alcohol and earns a lot of money, they often start by explaining the special drink. Our standard answer is not just to say, "no thank you," but to be safe and clarify - "We do not drink alcohol." The answers are sometimes weird, but I have never been sorry to stay on our positions. what we feel is the best way for us to honor God.
* Raise your hand. Tell someone. We need you, I promise. Your life is worth saving. And we will all encourage you. I love you more and more. Glad you wrote this follow up. So graceful. You have won the heart of another new reader, who aspires to write as beautifully as you. God bless you Oh, Ron this may be better than the original post! With that, you not only think about your original message but also the impact that message has had on your readers and beyond.
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* But for everyone, you are just an ingerous cat. Fortunately, I still had my friends to make me feel better. Well, I would have done it, if it had not turned out that most of my friends were actually only drinkers. When I told them that I was resigning, they laughed nervously, waiting for the line of punch. Then, they answered with a real surprise, Really? Why? Then they reassured me that I did not have a problem with alcohol because if I had a problem with alcohol, it meant that they had a problem with alcohol.
* Once the irritability has subsided, you are about to harvest the fruits of ... For a few days after a person is completely detoxified, his body will receive a dose unexpected oxygen, real foods and natural chemicals that will put him on the back.high ural. It's just a symptom, just like poop, and likewise, it will not last. Sincerely, you do not want it. You can not maintain this expression without being constantly beaten.
* It is not, however, impossible. It is easier to stop drinking alcohol than to continue. Hangovers are misery. Compared to them, stopping alcohol consumption is not so bad. We have just been told that this is the case. And you did not have the tools and training to stop drinking by yourself. This program will give you these tools and, if not, send it back for a refund. You can stop drinking without AA or any other group, if you do not want to be involved with them.
* I have 37 weeks and the hardest part was disciplining myself to watch the app every time I wanted to pick up the bottle. I still have a long way to go, but I recommend others to give this application a chance. If it helps me, it can help someone. I am really grateful for this application, and I can not thank the team enough to do it! No alcohol schedule really opened the eyes to the dangers of alcoholism. It's a vicious circle and can destroy you!
* Begin by drinking with friends to drink gradually alone and feel lonely in ourselves. It can become a vehicle by which we feed a void, a punishment and a penance. A kind of self-mortification socially accepted. It can certainly become anything. Stopping drinking is just part of the process of choice, "My sober, tempered self is fine and does not need to be empowered by another vehicle to be friendly or to have fun.
* As if you deserved a medal or something like that. I grew up with alcoholics, my mother drinks another 2 bottles of wine a day. So, in my world, I deserve a medal. I find it interesting when people who do not have a drinking problem are quick to judge those who do it ... even our spouses. This essay could have been written about me. I read it when a friend posted it. It was personally a conviction for me and it made me make some changes.
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