Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* We all did it before, right? The difference is that mine was ringing at that time. Part of this lack of concentration is because you are constantly tired of the insomnia / nightmare combination, part of it is the nervous system not having the alcohol safety cover at all. which he is used to. And with that, came the mood changes. The smallest things irritated me in a rage full. Little discomfort, like the person who was sitting at the same picnic table as me and who kept patting his leg up and down, shaking the whole thing.
* After becoming a Christian with 33 years, I made several attempts to quit smoking until I was able to break through more than five years ago, the year of my 40 years. A year later, I had the idea of my book and my CD and found my calling which if I feel had waited for me patiently until I could really manage it. I feel free and happy like never before. Congratulations again, and all the best for your trip!.
* I did not have a problem with the drink but my husband did it. My middle daughter does. I had other aspects of my life that the Holy Spirit spoke to me about. You described it so eloquently. He never makes us feel guilty, just this slight decree until we know we have to do what He asks. . . and He asks because he knows what is best for us. Thank you for sharing so nicely. Beautiful. I hope this testimony leads to more freedom and abundance for others.
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* There is no judgment to drink, but there is also no immunity against addiction. Your words are sweet and true. Thank you. So, I drink about 15 glasses a week beer, whiskey and occasional wine. Sometimes 20. I can stop when I feel like it when I have a cold, for example. I have a doctorate from a large university, I have always been employed and I was married 20 years with two wonderful children.
* As the daughter of an alcoholic who decided to drink could be fine when I was 21, I just connected with so many of these struggles. So just thank you, I know I needed to read this, although I'm still not quite sure of the implications ... maybe still in the eerie, afraid I'm not amusing . Hi my friend! Thank you for writing this piece. I really agree with you that any invitation from Jesus is an invitation to abundance.
* But in my heart I know it too much and I just want to quit and God wants me to resign. Me too. Yes, I can do it without any problem. I am a little obsessive-compulsive disorder and I do something every day, regularly, or I do not do it at all. Thank you very much for this post because it really encourages me to go with God and make a new path for me. I'm so sick of drinking. I'm done. Thank you.
* The next day People who can not perform an honest self-assessment of alcoholism, or those who insist that they can handle a problem that others do not know about alone, could benefit from an intervention. It is here that family members and friends come together to make the disease of alcoholism palpable to a person in need. The recovery of alcoholism begins with sobriety. The withdrawal is part of the process.
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