Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* Maybe if we understood that tempering was not a forced lawlessness but a choice of positivism, its benefits would much more easily counteract good beer advertising. I do not think that drinking is even the problem intrinsically, it's a symptom of something that covers something else. It's like saying, "I feel better when I feel less in control of myself and my mind." And the more we drink, the more we become isolated and isolated.
* My friends understood, and many of them talked about the times they chose not to drink or their current philosophy of "staying dry during the week" to be a little brighter in the morning before work . Although it is not difficult to live without alcohol in general, this moment of departure at social events where others start to drink was the most difficult part. That's when I felt this clue - that awakening - that told me it was time to have a drink and relax.
* 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!.
* A beautiful quiet moment that opened me to an abundant life. So grateful to hear your story. Chris It's so wonderful. I feel like I'm sitting at the table and you tell me your story over a cup of coffee. I particularly liked it "If you feel the invitation, it is not an invitation to privation, but an invitation to abundance." I often have the impression that there is has so many invitations that we do not answer because of fear, but each time it is for our growth in Christ and so refreshing.
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* This is rarely the case. Moderate alcohol consumption is associated with a lower risk of diabetes, gallstones, and coronary artery disease. Slight to moderate consumption appears to be beneficial for the heart and circulatory system, which reduces the risk of heart failure by 25% to 40%. cerebral vascular accident. And there have been several studies showing that drinkers - even heavy drinkers - actually survive to people who do not drink. We see titles like this one every time a new study is published, which seems quite often, judging by what you now find online.
* I was surprised by the recoil I would receive from the believers who were now walking in "freedom" that I did not drink ... they just assumed I was walking in bondage ... but it was really freedom for me. During all these years, I have seen more and more drinking being part of all social gatherings ... I do not want to judge ... that just makes me think .. . Why? I like your comments, being a teenager in the '70s when the alcohol was cool, if you got it for everyone you were cool, then I saw the change afterwards the 70s, 80s and 90s blown.
* Consuming a moderate amount of alcohol - that is, up to one alcoholic beverage per day for women and two for men - can have health benefits, such as a reduced risk of heart disease and ischemic stroke. However, drinking and excessive drinking are related to car accidents, burns, falls, alcohol intoxication, violence, sexually transmitted diseases, unwanted pregnancies, chronic diseases, cancers, problem my memory and learning and dependence on alcohol.
* But even after those nights, it was a lot easier than I had planned. Even after my trip back, I realized that most of the time, as long as I had a drink in my hand, no matter what it was. There were times when I jealously looked at the wine box or beer can, but the temptation was quite small. Instead, I drank a lot of water, tea, coffee and occasional soda at social events - and nobody cared.
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