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* We feel this because we always invite the group to our home. I do not want it to be a wedge, I want our relationship to grow, so that God's love will re-emerge in their lives. No advice? So good, Ron. Incredibly thoughtful, sincere, and truly honest. I am sending this essay to my therapist confreres to pass on to our patients who are dealing with this issue. It's hard not to go on with more compliments but I feel such peace every time I read your work.

* One of my most vivid childhood memories is that of my mom and dad standing out of Winnipeg with the last empty bottles, big smiles on their face then that my mother was paying them. The bottles made that glug-glug sound when the pour is too fast for opening. We made an opportunity of that moment as a family. It was a celebration, an important step that my sister and I did not understand, but we felt the relief in our home.

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* 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!".

* However, I have my very good taxi would be so great with this steak moments. That said, God pours new pleasures into my life every day pun intended! Thanks again for keeping it real. I like the way you wrote your testimony. Show your fight against sin instead of telling others what to do ... very powerful. It's just like that I want to write. I might add that with all the Bible verses about staying alert and sober, how can a follower of Jesus be right to imbibe?

* My wife drinks wine and I never tell her that she can not drink because I do not drink. It would be a blow of cock. Are you still having fun now that you do not drink? I hope so. Laughs Maybe I should ask your friends. In fact, I met some of my best friends the other week. We went on a trip to Lake Tahoe, and I was a little worried because they all drink. I just spent all my time talking to them about my year, and that was fine.

* What you shared here really resonated with me. God protect you! Hi Ron, I just read your piece honestly and convincingly - thank you for your honesty poignant. I wanted to ask you about the part where you felt concerned about your cynicism and "hurry" to find healing and hope. Would you be willing to extract this a bit more in another blog post? I ask because I identify with that and I suspect others would do it too.

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