Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* A year ago, I was hospitalized. I will not bore you with the details, so let's say that I was struck by a case of having a huge penis. Several vials of blood were taken for various tests, all coming back positive for a beautiful, impressive dong, which I was already fully aware of. What I did not expect, however, was the doctor's first question in explaining my results. I started to answer, but he raised a hand to stop me and continued, If you do not stop drinking now, you will be dead before turning 40.
* According to the National Cancer Institute, the consumption of alcohol has been linked to an increased risk of cancers of the mouth, liver, breast, colon and rectum. The risk increases the more you drink. On the other hand, several studies have shown that a moderate consumption of alcohol can reduce your chances of heart problems. Other research suggests that your risk of stroke, diabetes, and death could rise slightly when you give up alcohol - assuming you were a light drinker before leaving.
* He gave me confidence in social situations. It also decreased my defenses and I started doing really, really stupid things. But I was just going to party on the weekends. . everyone does it. weAll laughed at our regrets of a "night of celebration". Then, years later, it started to take a turn and become a stand, something I thought ALL times. I could not wait to get home and take this drink then the 2nd, then the 3rd.
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* What I do know is that even though I miss the social aspect of the drink, my abstinence has led me on a path of freedom in a way that I doubt I have encountered otherwise. One of the many tools on my recovery path has been a Christ-centered program, 12 steps called Celebrate Restoration. This is not a substance abuse specific recovery group, although there are many of us who find it healing through this program.
* 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.
* After he went to work, and I took my kids to school, I went from all the places to the bathroom to sit down and drop the tears while my heart began to cry WHY? Suddenly I heard a voice, not noisy, but audible to my mind, saying, "You're pissed off against me." "What? How? "By giving your husbandand so much power over you, only one word from him can hurt you so deeply. Only I should have that power over you, but I will never use it to hurt you.
* Ron, thanks for share your story. Sometimes, I also feel the imprint of God, which moves me and pushes me to be more of what He wanted me to be. He is patient and long-suffering with me, and I am happy for that. The grace and the heart and the soul peace be with you. I do not drink alcohol because of my husband's history of dependence. What was once a way to support it became a way of protecting myself.
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