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* I would write more about it, but I think about making it a book, as soon as I can find someone to illustrate it. The first thing to do during detox is the mind. It's starting to wander. Missed memory in the short term. The simplest tasks will require as much concentration as detonating a time bomb. There was a day in the first week of my own detox when I entered the living room four times in a row to pick up my phone, but each time I forgot to pick it up.
* Even after removing all traces of alcohol from your system, the brain will want it even when it comes back to the balance of chemicals it has become accustomed to - but know the source of these symptoms is the key to properly manage cravings. Develop and apply new hobbies and habits that do not include the bottle. In a treatment program, you can follow a therapy, do group work and receive individual attention from medical and clinical professionals.
* But I thought I could quibble. I was going to be the boss of Handling Your Liquor. I lived in a place called Beer City USA and I drank from time to time a single beer or a glass of wine. It was good. I was even given wine as a gift of ordination, for the sake of God! Ã ¢ â,¬ | then I moved to start a new job, and turned my whole life upside down. It was stressful and hard. It's stressful and hard and lonely.
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* 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.
* I lied to my parents and went to a party at a friend's house where we drank cheap red wine and those sweet coolers with all the cool kids. I did not like it very much but I kept going after all, it was worth it, look at how I love myself now. I already smoked a pack day, what was a little alcohol? And a year later, I had more regrets than every fifteen years should have. At seventeen, I decided to follow God for myself.
* I wonder if my experience here is a grace that was given to me once I came out of trust, once I said yes to God's invitation, I was welcomed with kindness. I was ready to fight to quit I was not prepared for how I would feel good in my body, in my soul and in my mind. It looked exactly like a weight. I was surprised to see how much I began to feel in my soul. I thought, "Do I want wine tonight?" And I always said, "No, I'm a non-drinker. Drinking is not what I am.
* 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 often feel tired s and tired during the day. Maybe you think But I fall asleep faster and faster when I drink! That may be true, but it's only for a little while. A review of several studies has shown that even though alcohol helps you fall asleep faster and deeper in the beginning, the quality of your sleep suffers overall, leaving you tired of next day.
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