Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* We compromised with non-alcoholic wine. It was my husband and my proposal and we were invited to share the message of communion to explain the change. My God. It was incredibly vulnerable to share my weakness in front of an incomprehensible audience. I cried and could barely speak. But eventually, some expressed themselves by expressing struggles of their own so that we could see that God was at work.
* It's without even getting into the amount of calories that a single tipple contains. Although the link between alcohol and cancer is known, people are unaware that the drink can make them fat, according to the Local Government Association. Drink Consumption of five pints of beer at 4 percent strength for 24 hours equates to eating more than three burgers, which would take 90 minutes to lapse.
* Know your "no" Have a "no thank you" prepared before you are offered a drink. I used to tell people - I do not have to work early, and you know how I am once I started. " It was enough to stop everything. You will need to deal with stressors at ground level. These things are immediate and profoundly personal. You need a plan. Do not worry, you will learn how to prepare for the problems you will encounter when you give up alcohol with the course.
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* Yes ... I think that's where God now has the thumb on my life. I always try to understand what he asks, but yes - all the things you said. A good glimpse, Beccy - thanks for sharing this! I'm about to do it too, Beccy. Thanks for sharing, so I can know that I am not the only one to have this feeling! It affects me. It is difficult in France to be a non-drinker. There was even the threat of a division in the church about the Lord's Supper, for example wine wanted instead of grape juice, and I protested that it was a stumbling block for the weak.
* 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.
* She makes very, very as in the crystal clear that it's just her story - her belief - and she makes zero judgments about the decisions of others. Here is a part that I copied for you "I still do not think that drinking is" sin "in all areas. Nope. It's a profoundly personal choice. All sin is not clear it is often deeply related to our motives and our hidden choices. I have no judgment on someone else's choice.
* There may also be underlying problems for which alcohol has been used for self-medication. Often, experiences and emotions that have been ignored during alcohol consumption come to the surface after stopping drinking. During this time, it may be helpful to seek individual or group counseling to manage these emotions and experiences. It may take a week or two, but after you stop drinking, you will end up sleeping better.
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