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  1. Do not drive after drinking. For comparison, regular beer is 5% alcohol by volume (alc/vol), table wine is about 12% alc/vol, and straight proof distilled spirits is 40% alc/vol. The percent alcohol by volume (alc/vol) for distilled spirits is listed on bottle labels and may be found online as well.
  2. The and More ™ Book, eBook, and Web Site are all CONCORDANCES which display passages from the Big Book Alcoholics Anonymous, the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, and the A.A. Grapevine (A.A. Preamble only). Sorting and rendering passages in the proprietary format of the and More concordance does not in any way imply affiliation with or endorsement by either Alcoholics .
  3. Apr 17,  · We all could use a drink every once in a while. But when your drinking starts to inhibit your day-to-day, it’s time to reevaluate. For anyone looking to quit alcohol or even moderate their.
  4. Drunk driving is an excellent example of both the need and the opportunity for prevention to be comprehensive. Clearly, laws against drunk driving, enforced by the police and adjudicated by the courts, must play a leading role in the effort to keep people from driving while drunk. But legal action alone cannot solve the problem. Many other strategies also have the potential to significantly.
  5. Running over the curb, going into the wrong lane, weaving, or straddling two lanes Driving over the centerline or crossing a double yellow line Stopping short of a stop sign, overshooting a stop sign, running a stop sign, or stopping on the road.
  6. Dec 29,  · When alcohol use becomes unsafe. Unhealthy alcohol use is any drinking that puts your health or safety at risk or causes other alcohol-related problems. Alcohol use disorder can be mild, moderate or severe, based on the number of symptoms you experience. Signs and symptoms may include: Being unable to limit the amount of alcohol you drink.
  7. Last year, I wrote a memoir about my long, tortured love affair with alcohol and my decision to quit at The book was called Blackout. Since then, I’ve received mountains of correspondence.
  8. Years ago while working in the prison ministry, I met a man named Victor. Victor was an alcoholic and was incarcerated as a result of deeds spawned by his bondage. Victor had all the necessary tools to succeed in life, but in his approximate 60 years, success was absent. Poor Victor’s life was wasted, and many other lives affected. Family members, friends, loved ones, employers, tax payers.

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