Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* I looked like a five-year-old child who pouted at me "I do not want to stop!" I also realized that I drank wine almost every night and did not feel bad about it. did not tidy up. Me too, I went from a few glasses of very good wine to a bottle. Then for the cheaper wine and even for the six pack, because there was a 30% discount. Duh !!! Now, I can not say that I do not miss it. I have been sober for eight months and proud of my decision.
* I also have no problem with anyone who abstains. I also try to stock my fridge with fun non-alcoholic beverages every time my husband and I have a company so that whoever does not drink can always enjoy a selection of drinks. You make an important distinction in your essay, and another in your update. 1 What a sin for one is not a sin for all. 2 There is more than one holy way to liberate us from sin.
* Raise your hand. Tell someone. We need you, I promise. Your life is worth saving. And we will all encourage you. I love you more and more. Glad you wrote this follow up. So graceful. You have won the heart of another new reader, who aspires to write as beautifully as you. God bless you Oh, Ron this may be better than the original post! With that, you not only think about your original message but also the impact that message has had on your readers and beyond.
More Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* You will discover that you can have fun alone Alcohol can be a real toxic habit, and without it you will find more about yourself than you previously knew. You might just find that you can have fun on your own. You look better Alcohol damages the liver, which makes you look a bit harder on the edges. In the end, you'll look younger longer.
* Even if my wine intake is better measured by the month than the day. I think I supposed other women were exaggerating the same way. Then, one day, a friend with whom I was joking like that, confessed to me many times that she was a startling alcoholic. She had resigned and had started several times since she was a teenager, but about the time she weaned her last baby, her father died and has got the better of her.
* Personally, I have to treat myself as the recovering addict that I am, I can not touch what I'm hooked on. It was so scary, but the grace of God is so much greater! So with your sister. The Holy Spirit has been pressing his thumb in this area in a very dramatic way these past few weeks. This morning, I started a new journey to health and I no longer self-medicate with food. Oh, damn, and I recently swore the tea - it's not tea, it's milk, I do not like tea without milk, and I think milk aggravates my chronic pain.
* This is important because the accumulation of fat in the liver can lead to liver damage and possibly liver disease. In a small study led by New Scientist and the Institute of Liver Health and Digestion at University College London Medical School, abstaining from alcohol for a month resulted in a decrease average of 15% of the liver fat. . This is important because the accumulation of fat in the liver can lead to liver damage and possibly liver disease.
* Thank you for asserting the Christians who chose not to drink and who felt judged for this personal choice. I have seen alcohol cause so much suffering and suffering in the lives of the people I love and contribute to so many societal problems. I consider that I am liberal enough on many social issues, but I have striven to show how much we glorify and celebrate something that contributes to so much suffering for so many children of God.
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