Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* I wonder if my experience here is a grace that was given to me once I came out of trust, once I said yes to God's invitation, I was welcomed with kindness. I was ready to fight to quit I was not prepared for how I would feel good in my body, in my soul and in my mind. It looked exactly like a weight. I was surprised to see how much I began to feel in my soul. I thought, "Do I want wine tonight?" And I always said, "No, I'm a non-drinker. Drinking is not what I am.
* 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!.
* For women, it's even more toxic. 2 Alcohol is a stimulant of appetite and suppresses the "controlled" area of the brain. Many people find that after a drink or two, they hit the box of cookies, crisps, peanuts or order a pizza! Sound familiar? Sex hormones are also disrupted by alcohol that can reduce fertility in women and testosterone production in men. Libido is often affected. The list goes on, but, if you're doing alcohol, you might be very uncomfortable that your habit has turned into dependency.
* Instead, the Lord put his arm around my shoulders and gently pushed me in the direction of another group, where I was shocked to find the ultimate cause. she of my depression and I took the first steps that liberated me. I tried to read a book about it, but the pain was real then, and I could not finish it. I kept suppressing, until one morning my husband scolded me something he told me later that he had misunderstood what he said and I felt like I was falling head lowered into a deep black despair.
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* You have my prayers, Isabella - and my thanks for yours! Your honesty is liberating! Thank you for being so brave. xxx What wonderful thoughts have you shared? Alcohol is not my burden, but I certainly have them and God told me to drop them. Thank you for sharing so much of yourself! This inch. I know it too well, I have stupidly ignored it. Ignore grew up to distrust that increased to the bitterness that left me in a desert that nearly killed me.
* Get the program to stop drinking so you know what is going on and so you can be ready when they are. AND. Learn more about withdrawal, triggers, how to manage cravings, and a host of other problems. program does Talk to the person about your concerns and offer your help and support, including your willingness to be with them or leave them alone if they do not like to be babys. Do not wait for your beloved low.
* Find other ways to slow down. Try a relaxing bath, soft music. Call a friend Try yoga, meditation, tai chi or knitting. There are so many ways to relax at the end of the day. Be creative. Finally, build the relapse into your recovery model and do not fight too fast if you do not reach your goal right away. Changing behavior may take time for some people. If you enjoy yourself and regret it afterwards, learn from your mistakes.
* I started to notice my friends who were recovering. I began to notice how difficult it is to be in recovery, to be sober, in a world where you drink. And how difficult it was to be sober in the church and out of the church. I stopped posting wine photos on my Instagram. I began to wonder if I thought of myself and my own freedom more than I thought of others. I began to notice how a glass of wine almost always means two or three.
Alcohol is one of the most dangerous substances on the planet. Someone dies from alcohol use every ten seconds, and one night of binge drinking can take a …