Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* If you have some friends with whom you drink, you should stay away from them for a while. Or you can learn to say "no". below What about when you can not? If you are in a bowling team, you should probably try it and see what happens. If you normally drink while visiting your in-laws, you can not really get rid of your in-laws. So, do not see them for a while and learn course tactics to deal with a host of other triggers.
* The dependence on food abounds and so little is said about it that it has become acceptable, which breaks my heart for many people who are still struggling. So many mtgs to church, etc. use food as a "master piece". Thank you very much for sharing your beautiful and yet painfully honest story. That made me very happy and I am grateful for your openness! Really great writing, so happy a friend posted this on Facebook.
* According to the research, alcohol consumption increases the brain waves that usually occur when you are awake. In normal deep sleep, the cerebral activity is in delta waves. Consuming alcohol causes brain activity during sleep to occur in alpha waves. Alpha waves are usually only visible in the cerebral activity when we are awake, but we rest. We all know that sleeping on the couch is not the same as having a good night's sleep, so it's no surprise that people who drink regularly feel tired and tired. during the day.
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* And why, even among adults who are not fundamentalists, alcohol always smells of transgression, which is part of what makes it "mowed". I'm joking about mum's wine, and I can not wait for the release at the Christian conference that makes me and my friends freer, smarter than those righteous Christians of yesteryear who would never participate. I just love you, sweet Ron - your true honest heart. You give me old enough, be your mother such hope.
* This thumb was like a punishment, but I know now that it was a proof of his ever present attention for me. You have raised so many wonderful points in all of this. Too many things for me to comment well. So I'll just say well said and thanks . Ron - we do not know each other but our stories can not be more similar. This beautiful moment of clarity, when our free one crosses the Holy Spirit, has been my experience in stopping drinking and using more than 16 years ago.
* The Office of General Services of Alcoholics Anonymous says there are some 60,000 groups in the US from which to choose. Some people in the early stages of the cure go to meetings every day. Others go just once or twice a week. Still others go only once a week and spend time studying the organization's printed materials. Staying in touch with the treatment provider is a smart idea, too. A slippage can occur at any time and in some cases you may be asked to register for another treatment, so that you will not be in danger of slipping in the future.
* Nobody does it with coffee, for example. Because we have never made coffee a big spiritual problem. And in circles where drinking alcohol is not an enormous spiritual problem, as with most Catholics, it's the same as coffee. Some people like it and take a cup. Some people do not do it. And no one is worried about it. The same goes for a glass of wine or beer in my husband's Catholic family and among the staff of the Catholic school I worked with - I have it or not.
* Many resettlement programs cite success rates of 70% or more. But these claims depend on the definition of "success". In some cases, the figure can only refer to the completion rate - that is, the percentage of people who complete the program. MarketWatch What Level of Education / Training Does a Rehabilitation Advisor Need? There are "clearly defined, consistent and regulated national standards" in the industry, said a summary of the Market Watch report so your bartender can find out more about sobriety.