Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* No drinking, but another weight in my life. I considered this belief a deprivation, not an invitation. Thank you, Ron, for that. I think this is perhaps the best article I've read on the internet about what it means to live a holy life. I understand that others will see this article as "drink or not drink" ... but I see it quite differently. I hear your heart say that it's not about alcohol, but it's about listening to the voice of the Spirit in the rhythm of life.
* My personal relationship with Jesus has grown exponentially after giving up alcohol! Your message is so full of love, grace and acceptance and that's exactly what Jesus is all about! Thank you for sharing! Very good. Very connecting. Last month, I received a similar invitation. It was not alcohol, but entertainment that had always been "ok" and that was suddenly "not ok". I too was surprised at the experience of giving it up.
* 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.
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* 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.
* I did it so often that my brain got used to alcohol as a sleep aid. So much so that when I finally stopped and the toxins started to disappear from my body, my brain became more active at bedtime and simply refused to close for the night again this is common in alcoholics detoxifiers. But then, once you have finished, it's when the fun begins. That's when you get some of the most frequent and realistic nightmares you've ever had.
* Reducing alcohol consumption is an important and underestimated cancer prevention strategy. Sobriety has many health benefits. It is important to understand how general well-being is affected when you do not consume alcohol. The benefits include Besides addiction, the effect of alcohol on your health can be generalized and can lead to many diseases later in life. As we have seen, the consumption of alcohol affects many major organs of the body, so that the damage it inflicts is the subject of special attention.
* For this reason, I became a big fan of self-experimentation. Of course, there are many people who do not want to try giving up alcohol or sugar, or whatever. But whether it's trying to get six-sided abs, to do the pear, or simply to be extra-nice, there's incredible value in pushing us out of our comfort zones. We all see each other in a certain way and we stay stuck in our own routines. Taking the time to experiment, make some changes and try new healthy habits - even if they just stay a little - can lead to big changes over time.
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