Daily Reflections September 20

As we all know, alcohol can be both good and bad for us. But what about when it comes to our mental health? Can alcohol actually help improve our moods and make us feel better?

Today, we’re going to take a closer look at the relationship between alcohol and our mental health, and see what science has to say about it. So tune in, because you might just be surprised by what you learn!

Daily Reflections September 20

See to it that your relationship with Him is right, and great events will come to pass for you and countless others. This is the Great Fact for us. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 164

My chaotic past had left me filled with guilt and remorse, but A.A., the Alcoholics Anonymous program helped to show that I needed a Higher Power-which led me down on my knees for an honest prayer: “God help!”

It was when all hope seemed gone did something inside of myself begin changing; light started shining through from somewhere outside ourselves–and yet also deep within our own being where there is no darkness at all…

A.A.’s message of “turning my will and life over to the care of God” has helped me find a sense of peace that I had never felt before.

More than just being sober, this experience with spirituality led me on a journey where I found myself again and learned how to live in harmony with others.

It was then that I fell in love with Jesus Christ-my savior who loved me first, even when all hope seemed lost for someone like me.”