Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* You may encounter excuses, denial or anger, but be prepared to respond with specific examples of behavior that you are concerned about. They will change their lives. The person must be prepared. They need a set of specific and general skills to help them. That's where the class comes in. To be honest, if the course is not enough, get more help. But why waste tens of thousands of dollars in re-adaptation if you do not need it.
* You still destroy your body and, more importantly, you destroy the Temple of God! I was twelve when the older kids asked me to take the school bus. "Do you want a brake?" I said, "No thanks!" When asked why I proclaimed "Because my dad stopped smoking" when I was eight! Of course, I was raised in a christian house where alcohol did not even exist. My experience with the drink has been of very short duration.
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* As one Alcoholics Anonymous publication puts it, most people with alcoholism think they will be able to drink normally. Many people with alcoholism can go to great lengths to convince themselves, as well as others, of how they drink. The drink is just not annoying. A careful examination of daily habits can help. Here's how it works You may be surprised at how long your drinking day lasts. It might even shock you to see how much alcohol you drink during this day.
* I would buy a bottle of red and it would last a week. We drank wine from time to time and turned the radio to NPR. For ten years we drank alcohol this way occasionally, barely, and with interest. We liked to learn about it. We loved the world of craft beer and wine. But slowly, I started drinking more than my husband. Its rare beer growler still lasts but my bottle of wine on the buffet has started to go away a little earlier and then the bottle has become a bigger bottle of less expensive variety and so the big bottles became a box of wine.
* I like this part about cynicism too ... that hit a nerve. I am often in my ego, being an all knowing and acting by pretending not to be. I will ask God to help me with that too. This is an incredible testimony ... my weight is the cell phone that led me deep into the sin ... my God it's so amazing .. It's His Grace and it's so obvious in that .. thanks, thanks for sharing .. I posted on my page for my friends.
* I'm not saying that my family is perfect nobody is, but our relationships are genuine and healthy. I can bike 100 miles in less than 6 hours and bench press well over 200 pounds. I read at least two books a week and I spend a lot of time with my children. Drinking may not work for everyone. But that never stopped me. Let us not delude ourselves into thinking that we know the plan of God though if we were to guess that they would clearly conclude that God's plan is for me to drink based on positive results.
* The alcohol dependence is a real monster and most people just can not be finished and it works. Once again, I am very happy that it worked for you this way, but you are definitely in the minority. Good point. There is AA of course. Thanks thanks thanks! In April of this year, I will celebrate 5 years of a life without alcohol. I wish I could agree that I will not miss it, but it would not be a true statement, because some days I miss it deeply.
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