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* We try to eat nutritious food. If we receive coaching, we know we are working on our business. Are we going to ignore the elephant in the room that is currently dancing with a lampshade on the head and laugh a little too loud while telling jokes off-color? Are we claiming that artisanal beer or red wine is a health food because it is artisanal or full of antioxidant? As I discovered, the answer is not simple.
* The rest of the Sabbath, giving him the first place and the traps that annoy me and mine. Thank you for expressing the difference by saying "yes to God" and walking in freedom. This message is resonating with me today. It's funny, is not it, how are we going back on things that we think we have left behind to see their wisdom with new eyes? I hear you, my daughter. I liked your message! I struggled with alcohol for twenty years.
* This is very important, so I beg if you shared this "I'm going out drinking" dissertation to share this status update. This essay focused on my personal experience of traveling with God and how things that are not "wise" in themselves can become a burden for us. It was drinking, but it was also a question of discipleship. This was not an essay on the treatment of alcoholism. I am not an alcoholic and I have never been an alcoholic that's why I could stop drinking with so much fanfare, suffering, process or support.
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* This leads to madly out of control blood sugar levels, which over time can lead to type II diabetes. Blood sugar levels are often normalized when alcohol is no longer a factor - in studies, they have been shown to fall as high as 16 percent. The National Cancer Institute has linked excessive alcohol consumption to an increased risk of several cancers, including mouth, liver, breast, bowel and rectal cancer.
* And it was one of the most difficult and best things God ever did in me. The pressing of God's thumb was like the hand of a massotherapist to someone with knots in the back here is the knot, the point of pressure, the source of pain, and the pressing may feel more pain one has the feeling of freeing oneself and exhaling and moving. Yes, God's thumb had fallen on my drinking and I wriggled under the weight, resistant, haggling and excusing.
* Cognitive Dissonance if you do not do it. deeply personal now. And deeply legal and tragic later. Quitting coffee does not require practically any conviction. The abandonment of alcohol is a moral, social, financial, legal and spiritual imperative. Do not be reduced or excused. Beauty is its own values coincide with the gods and she was lucky enough to solve it in a personal spiritual way. No because it's a sin.
* You have a better chance of ending your dependency if you are never exposed to treatment programs or 12-step programs. Clean up and there is no evidence-based re-adaptation, he says. "It's because no matter what you do, the whole concept of re-adaptation is flawed and unsupported by evidence." Says Dr. Mark Willenbring, former director of research on treatment and recovery at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Alternet It's not easy, but you can stop drinking on your own, if you wish.
* But it seems that bartenders do not care, and maybe understand that you could be the "designated driver" or not drinking for some other reason. They may not have the same value in tips, but that does not seem to be the worst thing on earth for them. The hard part of alcohol is the way it behaves, and the alcohol's ability to inhibit judgment, which makes it "good if one is good, another must be better!".
* I'm still drinking for now, but there are other weights that I felt convinced to just read your post. I pray that I can find my own courage to act on them. I can relate so much to Bethadilly. Food is a dependence. Thank you for your openness and your honesty here. I decided a little over three years ago to stop. I think the stop was the key to my growing relationship with God. There is nothing to frighten my awareness of God.
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