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Georgia Senate passed revised “Brunch Bill”, legalizing Sunday morning purchase of alcohol at restaurants and wineries

Georgia Senate passed revised "Brunch Bill", legalizing Sunday morning purchase of alcohol at restaurants and wineries

On Tuesday, Feb 13, 2018, the Georgia Senate voted in favor of Senate Bill (SB) 17 allowing on-premises alcohol consumption to begin at 11:00 a.m. on Sundays while keeping off-premise sales, such as the ones at supermarkets, to remain illegal until 12:30 p.m. on Sundays, across the state. Called the “brunch bill”, it will allow Georgians to purchase alcohol at the state’s restaurants and wineries on Sunday mornings. Continue reading

Hypnosis: A complementary therapy to treat alcohol addiction

Hypnosis: A complementary therapy to treat alcohol addiction

It may be looked upon with suspicion in the modern times, but hypnosis has been used for thousands of years for therapy and has been known to be effective in treating various ailments. In addition to being useful for alleviating post-surgical pain and decrease nausea and fatigue, hypnosis has also shown to be effective in treating drug and/or alcohol addiction. Continue reading

Michigan Minor in Possession law undergoes major change

Michigan Minor in Possession law undergoes major change

Known to have the toughest laws for underage drinking, the state of Michigan has recently reclassified the Minor in Possession (MIP) law. While the former law imposed a $100 fine and up to 90 days in prison with convictions permanently staining the criminal records with misdemeanors, the new law will keep the fines flat, lower the offense to a civil infraction and enforce a mandatory community service or a substance abuse treatment. Continue reading

Mixing booze does not gel with work

Mixing booze does not gel with work

Zen had recently joined an upscale New York-based law firm and it was his first official party with one of the prestigious clients. Dressed in a smart tuxedo, he looked confident. In the small gathering, everyone was relaxed and enjoying. When he was offered a glass of vodka, he was initially reluctant worrying about professional decorum but at last, he shed his inhibition. He thought if his client could drink, it would be impolite on his part to refuse the offer. Little did he realize that soon one drink changed into one bottle and he completely lost his control. He talked silly, made rude remarks and behaved indecently. The law firm had a hard time bringing that client back to business and Zen was warned of staying away from drinks. Continue reading

Replacing alcohol addiction with engaging activities

Replacing alcohol addiction with engaging activities

Managing the excess time on hand that was earlier utilized for drowning in alcohol is a big challenge for people in recovery. One is thoroughly engaged until one undergoes detoxification and treatment for alcohol addiction. However, the second lease of life actually commences when one is able to lead a sober life using all the coping skills. This can get overwhelming for a person who has absolutely no idea of how to put that time to constructive use and this lack of schedule can increase the chance of a relapse. One must be careful of creating a routine which is easy to follow because attempting too many things can get taxing. Continue reading

Speeding under influence of alcohol leads nowhere

Speeding under influence of alcohol leads nowhere

Driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) is a serious offense. It is a major traffic violation which could cause one to be embroiled into unnecessary legalities. If one is lucky, he/she could get away with a fine or an admonition from an officer. But chances of losing one’s license or being called to testify in a court are just as high. In worst cases, if one loses control of their vehicle for even a fraction of a second while speeding, it could put their life and those of the fellow passengers at risk of grievous injury or death. Innocent pedestrians or motorists could bear the burden too.   Continue reading

5 signs that signal alcohol addiction in a partner

5 signs that signal alcohol addiction in a partner

Alcohol is one of the most socially accepted beverages or substance in nearly every country in the world. It is therefore very challenging to dissuade a person from indulging in drinking. Besides the increased acceptance of drinking, many people consider getting drunk as normal. Interestingly, such a behavior is even condoned in many societies and cultures. Considering the above facts, it becomes even more essential for a person to become aware of the warning signs of drinking-related problems to avoid the worsening of any existing condition. Continue reading