Archive for February, 2017

Latest Graphics!

Posted: February 24, 2017 by cpmacartersville in alcohol awareness
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Alcoholism is a terrible illness that can completely ruin your life if you let it. But there is hope for you! Seek aid from others. Don’t be afraid to reach out. Taking care of yourself is the best thing you can possibly do! Feel free to share these graphics regarding alcoholism with your friends and family.

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

Posted: February 14, 2017 by cpmacartersville in alcohol awareness
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We here at Rethink the Drink truly hope that your Valentine’s Day is magical and special (even if you’re spending it single). Take care of yourself today. Avoid alcohol and enjoy a delicious mocktail instead! Spend time with those you love and enjoy yourself!

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Valentine’s Day Mocktails!

Posted: February 10, 2017 by cpmacartersville in alcohol awareness
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Looking for some fun drinks to share with that special someone on Valentine’s Day? Why not give these sites’ mocktails a try? Tasty, easy to make, and best-of-all…alcohol-free!

One good thing by Jillee: 6 Valentine’s Day Mocktails for Sweethearts Young & Old

The Kitchn: Think Pink! 5 Valentine’s day Mocktails

It can be hard celebrating without alcohol if you’re used to having it regularly or if you are trying really hard to abstain and everyone else is drinking. These can give you something fun to have around when everyone else is lost in that alcohol-induced daze. Stay sober. Have fun. Happy Valentine’s!

Alcohol Facts

Posted: February 3, 2017 by cpmacartersville in alcohol awareness
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Alcohol misuse can lead to a variety of health problems and relational issues. Just some of the negative effects include:

  • It can lead to several types of cancer
  • Alcohol poisoning can lead to immediate death
  • Depression, anxiety, and other behavior / mental disorders
  • Alcoholism
  • Unintended sexual behavior, violence, or accidents

If you are a teen, it can affect brain development and promiscuous behavior. Best to completely avoid it until you are of age and then only enjoyed in moderation.

Make wise choices. Choose health. Protect your body.

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*Source: https://www.ncadd.org/about-addiction/alcohol/facts-about-alcohol