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It is so personal and only one way in which we take risks or put pressure on our bodies. Glad that you have made a choice to take care of yourself in this way, thank you for sharing.
Nicola Tweedie says
I guess for most people it starts out as less or less of a habit and then it becomes routine. I am sure that it must be a strain on the body in many ways: something that might help would be to abstain and then recognise that you have no hangover?
I agree that drinking alcohol becuase you appreciate the taste it a better reason to drink than any other, how could you help someone to begin to notice the taste again - do you think that would help?
It's a difficult question. Usually a good taste is an outcome of virtues. Thus, in cases of addiction, abstention is required. How long? In my humble opinion, as long as one is accustomed to repetitive drinking.
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