Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* It was very good, the perfect height, reminds me how CS Lewis talks about related issues. I noticed it too, the pride almost in how much we drink and how free we are. And if begins to feel teenager - like the excesses of high school again. Glad you raised it - as you did. Mmm ... Yes, it's good to say yes to God, is not it? To fix our burdens. Thank you for this testimony today. The Spirit calls me to another area of life, and I am at the stage of "research".
* Oh my ... as someone who is recovering, and a christian, and a mom ... I am always amazed by the way I hear these stories and universality. Of all this I made this word, I think, but it's the only one that suits you. Your message is very useful, thank you. Even for those of us who are alcoholics - still so useful because we need to know that Christianity has its place in this conversation. I thought so often that it was not the case and when I became sober and I started to write and talk about it - well, let's just say it's an invitation to have in our churches! Thank you my sister! What a great article!
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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. When the body is treating alcohol, it effectively stops the maintenance of the glycemia. Not only does your body access glucose reserves, but it decreases the effectiveness of insulin, the hormone that regulates glycemia.
* Meanwhile, the large gray area between the two is full of problem drinkers who are either alcoholic or on track. If you have an alcohol problem, chances are you will be aware of it. As the old saying goes, the first step is to admit that you have a problem. If you are caught in a thought cycle - comparing your alcohol consumption to that of others, taking assessments online or just asking yourself if you have a problem - try these three things Long-term benefits are rarely enough to motivate people to resign.
* Everything that has been done for our pleasure can very easily become what we depend on to try to satisfy our desire and bring us the joy we dream of. I must personally check myself often, being fully aware of those things that I use to fill the voids that only God can fill. I want to rest, to escape, to numb, to relax and to celebrate. I will be the first to admit that calling, bending and leaning on Jesus is not my first contact even though I know he is the only source of genuine satisfaction.
* I resigned when I got pregnant. Thanks to Allen Carr Easyway for stopping smoking * He did not take any wills. I do not miss it at all. I give thanks to God every day for my freedom ... "I never wanted to give up ... I cared more about smoking than about living. I stopped because Allen Carr explained why there was no reason. - I tried to leave five times before and I failed, and then I came across Allen Carr's Easyway.
* What I do know is that even though I miss the social aspect of the drink, my abstinence has led me on a path of freedom in a way that I doubt I have encountered otherwise. One of the many tools on my recovery path has been a Christ-centered program, 12 steps called Celebrate Restoration. This is not a substance abuse specific recovery group, although there are many of us who find it healing through this program.
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