Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* My mother was pregnant with me and she was drunk every day, but one day when she was drunk she fell down the stairs. She ended up being paralyzed and she also had cerebral injuries. As a result, I was born with a bad cleft palate and cleft lip. Dad came home drunk one night and he fell and hit his head on the side of the house and died. I was 7 years old. old then. Yes, I forgave them. God has a plan for that.
* If you feel uncomfortable about your level or frequency of drinking, try these helpful tips for cutting or slicing. Decide if you cut or cut. It is important to establish your personal goal. Once you have decided ... write it down. Create a vision board or something you can focus on every day to remind yourself of what you want to accomplish. Remember to positively state your goals, not negatively, like, "I want to be a controlled drinker and live a life without dependence".
* Most of the time, I abstain. I do not need it, I never needed it. But it's odd to feel strange, to stand at a party without glass, to be the only one, to look at you and to wonder if they think you're judging, smiling happily, and 'hope they know you're not. Do we not have things in our lives to say Yes, God! May God bless your honest sharing and inspiring journey. Beautiful! Thank you for this presentation so rich.
More Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* Something happened in my youth that I had never suspected to affect myself as a young adult, but after my enrollment in the Navy and my new husband also The navy and I moved into his family home, near my childhood home, I fell pregnant, then suddenly fell into a deep pit of the Details pressure. All those who knew it blamed the hormones of pregnancy, and when it continued and worsened after birth, they said it was simply postpartum depression.
* And I was also a young woman who was living a lie. Finally, I became so suicidal that I went into treatment for 2 months. To this day, I have a list of foods that are my alcoholic foods - a taste and I'm looking at the bottom of a bag, a box or a carton and move on to the next Â "Hita". I stole food, I ate it in garbage cans, anything to get my "medicine".
* Alcohol was a really big deal. Even the Christians I knew who chose to drink alcohol occasionally made it a REAL BIG CASE. It was a spiritual decision with all kinds of biblical and spiritual rationalizations around him as it is all this post. But I have learned something very interesting since my marriage to a Catholic family alcohol does not have to be a big problem. The Polish Catholic family of my husband drinks. Or they do not drink.
* One of the saddest things in our current culture for me is the big woohoo bragging done by popular Christians / speakers / writers on social media about their drinking. It excites me and I can only imagine how that weakens their influence among the lost. I was raised in a christian house. Parent did not drink. I did not think much of it before my last year of high school. . I was a "social drinker" from 18 years old.
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