Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* When reading this, I thought why, if it's "freedom" to drink ... is not it also "freedom" not to do it? I find it very liberating not to do it! I had a lot of experience of opposing childhood - a family with several generations of alcoholics. My mother made me my first margarita shortly after turning 18 years old. I have a cousin in recovery, a brother who is currently out of the wagon, and many other parents actively hooked.
* So, in the dream, you must now explain to the people around you that you have slipped. Not only do you feel all the guilt, shame and frustration while you dream, but the feelings remain with you long after your awakening. Like all the symptoms, it passes. What does not go so easily is ... It's like my grandmother would say to me John, when you really think about it, everything comes down to shitting.
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* I asked God to change my heart for years, and when he knew I was ready, he did it. His timing. Ha! Listen all your life and he clicks one day, His timing, His grace. I am referring to the part where you speak of the relentless Spirit and God who wants you to stop drinking for a long time. I feel the same thing! God continues to try to reach me. One day, I opened my laptop, and I had not turned it on and no one was there who could have touched it, and there was You Tube on the screen and the song that Was on it was Jesus Take the Wheel ... no kidding!
* Maybe more people would get help if they knew how the treatment worked and what they should ask themselves and their communities as they get back on their feet. This step-by-step article has this information. Here, you will discover what you should ask, what you should do, and who should help you with a problem of dependency. One in three adults drinks in excess, according to NPR analysis, but not all people who drink too much do not suffer from alcoholism.
* This morning, I entered a local church ... and guess what was the sermon? The last of a series on the Fruits of the Spirit, the fruit of today Self-control versus the use of doctors such as food / alcohol / alcohol. affluence, etc. Coincidence that I ended up in this church for this sermon? I do not think so! I laugh at myself and I felt a tender vulnerability inside ... knowing that the Holy Spirit is faithful and responds immediately to my prayers .. And thank you very much for your vulnerability in this post! I love how the Spirit is always up to something.
* Oh Ron, that spoke in my heart in a deep way. I just left the social media because it became an addiction, used to distract me from dealing with emotions and difficult things in life. Used to numb the pain and seek acceptance. On the contrary, it aggravated my anxiety. Thank you for being honest with us. Thank you for giving up things that do not make you better or more like Jesus, and giving us permission to do the same.
* It is never a matter of deprivation, it is becoming who we are supposed to be. In the past, they called it "sanctity" or "sanctification" - the two words we do not hear very much because they have lost some meaning through their misuse perhaps. I know that this kind of transformation, no matter what we want to call it, almost never happens at the same time, it's a slow burn that refines, clarifies and distills.
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