Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* Now that I have done it ... there are no good things between me and I am really excited to have finished - excited to share why - excited to be a better example for my children - happy to be present. Thank you very much.You are a talented writer and change lives with that. Guuurrrrrlll ... well. I stopped drinking 32 years ago without the Holy Spirit long before I accepted Christ, but you have captured the struggle beautifully no matter where you are.
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* Alcohol dependence among men and women is increasing. With alcohol being so readily available, it is not surprising that few men realize that it is a problem and can be very addictive. The alcohol-free schedule can help you end your alcohol dependence by keeping you accountable, offering solutions, words of encouragement and scientific facts that will help you overcome your addiction to alcohol.
* As if you deserved a medal or something like that. I grew up with alcoholics, my mother drinks another 2 bottles of wine a day. So, in my world, I deserve a medal. I find it interesting when people who do not have a drinking problem are quick to judge those who do it ... even our spouses. This essay could have been written about me. I read it when a friend posted it. It was personally a conviction for me and it made me make some changes.
* It is never a matter of deprivation, it is becoming who we are supposed to be. In the past, they called it "sanctity" or "sanctification" - the two words we do not hear very much because they have lost some meaning through their misuse perhaps. I know that this kind of transformation, no matter what we want to call it, almost never happens at the same time, it's a slow burn that refines, clarifies and distills.
* Symptoms may include These symptoms can last up to 48 hours, and it is essential that people do not stop this process by reliving drinking. Registration to a formal detox program can help, as the supervision provided here ensures that relapse is difficult or impossible. Some people also need medical detox because weaning has been associated with seizures in some people. They experience baby symptoms that get worse over time.
* I did not have a problem with the drink but my husband did it. My middle daughter does. I had other aspects of my life that the Holy Spirit spoke to me about. You described it so eloquently. He never makes us feel guilty, just this slight decree until we know we have to do what He asks. . . and He asks because he knows what is best for us. Thank you for sharing so nicely. Beautiful. I hope this testimony leads to more freedom and abundance for others.
* It was then in 1966, after my mother and father became Christian when I was eight years old, that my dad made the decision to quit smoking. He knew that cigarettes were destroying his lungs and damaging his heart. But he also knew that one day his children would ask to want to smoke and what would he tell us? Would he say, "Your youngest age!" And then we would ask, "What age are we going to have?".
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