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* 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.
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* I started reading memoirs, stories, and articles from women who were over-drinking and who felt depressed, dependent, and stuck almost before they knew it. I also began to notice how the church had begun to embrace as well. Others of my generation, who had also grown up in lemma or alcohol abstinence, explored their emancipation with micro-beers and home-made wine on books of theology and Bible studies and hymn songs.
* Now, put this VHS tape marked 5 Hours of Me Shitting and I'll show you what I mean. Now, this video was a compilation of several different movements set on the Moonlight Sonata , but if I had tried to make my own video, the battery of the camera would have expired before I finished one. Alcohol has calories. Since a lot of a caloric's alcohol intake comes out of a bottle, most alcoholics have very poor diets.
* 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.
* Intense feelings of dread and anguish cross your sleepy spirit, as if the stinky demon had decided to move into your cerebral cortex. Remember that your brain is not only more active but also in panic mode. He became so used to alcohol that he started thinking that it was one of your normal bodily fluids. Imagine if you suddenly gave up the food, taking all your nutrients via an IV instead.
* I began to realize that I was not a special snowflake in some way or another immune to addiction and dependency. I started to see what my parents still hadI saw it because I started to see it in myself. And again the Holy Spirit was sitting with me, waiting for me to trust this invitation. Not to moderation, not to leniency, not to "count drinks" or "record" or reasonable. No, I had no illusions, it would be a total surrender, the imposition of my preferences and my rights to embrace what could be better.
* Who wants to feel like a puppet - or a parrot? But I think it's possible that many of us are exactly like that when it comes to alcohol - unknowingly falling for the advertising, the beliefs of others, and the inaccurate thinking. Ah, dear. You may have saved a life or two with this beautifully designed and honest post. Thanks thanks. A good reading. I had similar thoughts - why should I point myself out with a glass of wine that I'm on vacation, having fun, an adult who at the end of the day can finally take my resposibilities.
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