Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* Thank you for this beautifully conceived testimony of His power and gentle nudging in a life subject to His direction. I have seen family members who are believers and strong in their faith give their hearts, money and affection to alcohol "I need my glass of wine or bourbon in the after sunday to relax, "while my husband and I quietly withdrew.He and I had alcoholism on both sides of our family.For us, this is not worth the risk to our health.
* It was then in 1966, after my mother and father became Christian when I was eight years old, that my dad made the decision to quit smoking. He knew that cigarettes were destroying his lungs and damaging his heart. But he also knew that one day his children would ask to want to smoke and what would he tell us? Would he say, "Your youngest age!" And then we would ask, "What age are we going to have?".
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* 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.
* Some damage can be reversed, while others can not. It is important to know which effects can not be reversed over time and those who can. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, "Abstaining from alcohol over several months to a year can allow structural changes in the brain to partially correct. Abstinence can also help reverse the negative effects on thinking skills, including problem solving, memory and attention.
* Let's get rid of what happens to your body once you stop drinking. There are many reasons to stop drinking alcohol. Maybe you can not party as hard as you've done, and the hangover gets worse. Maybe you have developed a beer belly. There may be a deeper question at stake and you do not want your consumption to go out of control before it's a problem - unless it's already happening and you're not. do not realize.
* Who wants to feel like a puppet - or a parrot? But I think it's possible that many of us are exactly like that when it comes to alcohol - unknowingly falling for the advertising, the beliefs of others, and the inaccurate thinking. Ah, dear. You may have saved a life or two with this beautifully designed and honest post. Thanks thanks. A good reading. I had similar thoughts - why should I point myself out with a glass of wine that I'm on vacation, having fun, an adult who at the end of the day can finally take my resposibilities.
* I know, Father, I trust you, but I tried to overcome that - for years! I prayed and prayed for help, but I can not help myself! - You can not help you, my daughter, but I CAN. Give me that. - I tried it, Father, over and over again! - No, you do not have it, not really. GIVE. HE. Ã €. ME. - All is well, Father. sigh I GIVE YOU ALL. I know I can not stop it myself. I held it in my hands and felt it coming out of my house that same moment.
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