Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* Time flew and he felt surprisingly easy. Alcohol, although it is pleasant on occasion, and not necessarily a bad thing, is essentially a toxin that invades the bloodstream that the kidneys and liver need to filter. The fact that it must be filtered, is somewhat obvious that it is not really beneficial for the body. In this sense, I agree that it is a kind of weight that drains the body of health and energy.
* I do not want to be part of it. I do not judge anyone who drinks moderately as their conscience allows. But like you, I feel frustrated when fellow Christians feel sorry for me as if my faith was the week because I am a litterist. It's quite the opposite. I know that God made wine and that goes for some. But I chose the higher way out of love for drug addicts or young people. We are called to be holy and set apart.
* I did not have a problem with the drink but my husband did it. My middle daughter does. I had other aspects of my life that the Holy Spirit spoke to me about. You described it so eloquently. He never makes us feel guilty, just this slight decree until we know we have to do what He asks. . . and He asks because he knows what is best for us. Thank you for sharing so nicely. Beautiful. I hope this testimony leads to more freedom and abundance for others.
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* I also love the feeling that each of them brings me in the first sips it's time to relax, go out with friends or enjoy a particularly enjoyable day. able. After a long day or a busy week, it seems so good to repress a cold, to have a drink or sometimes a bottle! Of wine, or to hit the bar for happy hour. That's why it may be surprising that I decided to completely quit alcohol for two whole months.
* Now that I have done it ... there are no good things between me and I am really excited to have finished - excited to share why - excited to be a better example for my children - happy to be present. Thank you very much.You are a talented writer and change lives with that. Guuurrrrrlll ... well. I stopped drinking 32 years ago without the Holy Spirit long before I accepted Christ, but you have captured the struggle beautifully no matter where you are.
* Eliminating about 500 calories a day will help you lose about a pound a week, as each pound contains about 3500 calories. You will probably want to make other dietary changes as well as give up alcohol if you are looking to lose weight relatively quickly, but it is preferable to lose weight at a rate of about 1 to 2 pounds a week. One way to reduce calories without being too hungry between meals is to eat more foods with low energy density - which means foods that have very few calories per gram - at the beginning of your meals.
* The Thing that signaled joy has become a possibility of sadness. The thing that meant nothing has become something, maybe everything. Or at least that's what happened to me. It was good, everything was fine. And then I knew it would not last long. Because a year ago, I knew that God wanted me to stop drinking. And I fought it with my reason. Oh, I had all the excuses for why I could continue to enjoy my wine at night - I work hard, I give so much, I'm not an alcoholic, I'm never hanged, it does not work. does not affect my life, it's social, it's fun, it's in the Bible for pity!
* The Office of General Services of Alcoholics Anonymous says there are some 60,000 groups in the US from which to choose. Some people in the early stages of the cure go to meetings every day. Others go just once or twice a week. Still others go only once a week and spend time studying the organization's printed materials. Staying in touch with the treatment provider is a smart idea, too. A slippage can occur at any time and in some cases you may be asked to register for another treatment, so that you will not be in danger of slipping in the future.
* I would write more about it, but I think about making it a book, as soon as I can find someone to illustrate it. The first thing to do during detox is the mind. It's starting to wander. Missed memory in the short term. The simplest tasks will require as much concentration as detonating a time bomb. There was a day in the first week of my own detox when I entered the living room four times in a row to pick up my phone, but each time I forgot to pick it up.
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