Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* 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.
* OK, so you have to stop, you know that's going to be hard, but you know it's possible. Professional treatment is strongly recommended. What follows is a list of reasons and ways to stay on the road to recovery. There is no particular order of any kind. We have simply combined our knowledge of alcohol treatment to give you a guide on how to stay sober. When drinking, we tend to think in terms of black and white Are you an alcoholic or a normal drinker?.
* Whenever you reach a recovery milestone, Nomo puts a chip to celebrate your success and keep you motivated. You can track the time and money saved on the app, as well as share your successes and new chips on social media. Your sobriety clock can also be shared with your accountability partner, so they can check your situation and see how long you have been clean. AlcoDroid is an application that tracks alcohol consumption and can be used as a drink journal and calculator to determine alcohol levels.
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* We often prefer instant gratification. Stop drinking is no exception. The long-term benefits are to save your health and well-being anyway please note sarcasm, so here are 4 short-term benefits we can all relate to Abandoning alcohol must be a priority in your life. A partial commitment is a commitment to failure. Set rules and do not break them. Say no to the night, say no to selling on six-packs, and say no to the devil on your shoulder telling yourself it's just a drink.
* But if you feel a weight, imagine how free you will be when you stretch it. If you receive the invitation, it is not an invitation to privation, but an invitation to abundance. I think that belief has had a bad reputation in the church lately. It's understandable. We have an overcorrection of much of the legalism and bordering Christianity that has damaged so many people, changing behavior and establishing rules and imposing the convictions of others on our own soul.
* Did you have a moment when you finally decided to stop drinking? Not really - it's built over time. Alcoholism is living in my family, so I started drinking when I was 15 years old. It was normal to go drinking every weekend, which ended up becoming every day. Do you consider yourself an alcoholic? I guess so, but I do not think it was something that I was really ready to admit. I admit it now, but it's weird to say it. I just know that I can not drink.
* I stopped drinking because I felt like God was asking me to stop drinking. I have never regretted saying yes to God. One Saturday morning, I poured the last wine from my house into the sink. I was alone, no audience for me. I thought of my mother and father in their brand new believer zeal, like all those years ago I had witnessed this same moment in their lives. Maybe I was always heading for that same emancipation.
* Research on the fact that alcohol increases the risk of weight gain is contradictory, but a review article published in Current Obesity Reports in 2015 notes that it may be a risk factor, at least in some people, such as the big drinkers. Another review article published in Health Economics in 2011 notes that alcohol consumption can cause a slight increase in body weight, these increases becoming more likely as the amount and frequency increases. alcohol consumption increases.
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