Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* There is no judgment to drink, but there is also no immunity against addiction. Your words are sweet and true. Thank you. So, I drink about 15 glasses a week beer, whiskey and occasional wine. Sometimes 20. I can stop when I feel like it when I have a cold, for example. I have a doctorate from a large university, I have always been employed and I was married 20 years with two wonderful children.
* I know, Father, I trust you, but I tried to overcome that - for years! I prayed and prayed for help, but I can not help myself! - You can not help you, my daughter, but I CAN. Give me that. - I tried it, Father, over and over again! - No, you do not have it, not really. GIVE. HE. Ã €. ME. - All is well, Father. sigh I GIVE YOU ALL. I know I can not stop it myself. I held it in my hands and felt it coming out of my house that same moment.
* I exercise more, trying to do more meaningful activities. I'm a runner - so the Bible quote spoke to me, it's a great photo, but I've never read it that way. The Holy Spirit made this message appear in my stream. Thank you for sharing. This encouraged me in my journey - from a Swedish girl Dang! Its good! Not just a little good but killer good! I grew up in this sort of "illegalism" of the Southern Baptist Rule after life and the drink was not cool, I assure you.
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* This is rarely the case. Moderate alcohol consumption is associated with a lower risk of diabetes, gallstones, and coronary artery disease. Slight to moderate consumption appears to be beneficial for the heart and circulatory system, which reduces the risk of heart failure by 25% to 40%. cerebral vascular accident. And there have been several studies showing that drinkers - even heavy drinkers - actually survive to people who do not drink. We see titles like this one every time a new study is published, which seems quite often, judging by what you now find online.
* Even if you had everything you needed, for a while, your empty stomach would still send the alarm of pain that says, "INSERT FOOD OR DIE YOU, DUMBASS! The inside of the head of an alcoholic detoxing is scary in the same way. One of the most common nightmares among alcoholics is the terrible dreamy dream where you fall from the cart. You fight all day to stay sober, then in your sleep you relapse.
* I, too, grew up in a dry house and, as an adult, embraced the freedom to drink and be culturally and socially acceptable. Last year, I stopped drinking for Carme. And I never went back to enjoy it as I did. Because I gave it to God and realized that I did not need to give something else to my life. And there is freedom in unedited obedience. Literally had the conversation with God today about how for a year or two now He asked me to stop drinking, and then I came across this topic.
* 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.
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