As a person who is raised in a religious denomination that discourages the consumption of alcohol, I am quite grateful that I do not have any problem with alcohol addiction. Therefore, I can see that religion can be used as a method to prevent alcohol addiction. However, I do not think that I feel comfortable with sharing some inspirations that work in my family to my nonreligious friends, even if they ask for help or advice. I know that it is easy to offend atheists and nonreligious people despite of our original intention. As a religious person, what do you think the best way to give advice to nonbelievers who ask for one, without offending them?