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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.
* So, even if you have trouble falling asleep at the beginning when you stop drinking, you will be refreshed the next day. Alcohol is a diuretic, which means that water comes out of the body. Not so much cause that force . In short, it is drastically disinfecting. It decreases the production of a hormone that helps the body absorb and retain water. That's why water is needed during a hangover.
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* I was always stuck with alcohol, not on every day, but the weekends, Saturday and Sunday were devoted to overcoming my hangover, until I did not say a day, so at the same time I stopped drinking and smoking, and I felt like a tennis player without a racket. , some friends wrote the new me, we had nothing to say sober, the consequences of my decision took 6 months to calm down, but as you wrote I feel free to weight of alcohol.
* Or maybe you have made a habit of sharing a bottle of wine with your partner from time to time. Then, it turned into a night habit. Anyway, a little of what you like is good for you. Right? A headache tablet might be helpful. A whole bottle will certainly not be. A little exercise is really good for you. Doing too much can cause injury. We all need water but too much is going to unbalance the electrolytes in your brain and could even kill you!.
* Most people may have forgotten the action, but it's just because she was ahead of her time. About 18 years old, to be precise. Twitter is a gifted abyss of GIFs, random maniacs screaming in the endless void looking for a meager piece of meaning, and pictures of dogs. You find things lost in unexpected places all the time. But sometimes these things are a lot more impressive than what you've negotiated.
* Many of their friends and family have joined them in their temper now. So, I never saw a drunk adult in my childhood at my memory. I have never witnessed an excess of alcohol. I grew up in a sober house where the adults who were having fun were never tied to ice chips or red lipsticks on a glass of wine. My parents were young, they were filled with life, joy and hope. Who needed alcohol now? The first time I drank alcohol, I was about fourteen.
* I asked God to change my heart for years, and when he knew I was ready, he did it. His timing. Ha! Listen all your life and he clicks one day, His timing, His grace. I am referring to the part where you speak of the relentless Spirit and God who wants you to stop drinking for a long time. I feel the same thing! God continues to try to reach me. One day, I opened my laptop, and I had not turned it on and no one was there who could have touched it, and there was You Tube on the screen and the song that Was on it was Jesus Take the Wheel ... no kidding!
* I was raised this way and now I've taken if you want, to abstain. This wish and this way of life are often my favorite. I do not think drinking is a sin, and I do not think I'm better than anyone because I choose not to do it. But at the end of the day, that does not really concern alcohol, is it? We all have our vices on which we rely when we feel weak, tired, frustrated or even happy. It appears in alcohol, food, sugar, Netflix binging and flake on social media.
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