Everyone thinks that because alcohol is legal it can’t possibly be as hazardous to your health as hardcore street drugs like heroin and crystal meth. It’s served everywhere from fast food restaurants to little kid’s birthday parties. You can keep telling yourself that, until the day you wake up face down in a puddle of your own vomit, on top of a pile of garbage, bruised and confused about how you got there or how you’ll get home. Alcohol and drinking have destroyed millions of lives, and they can destroy your life too.
You may be suffering from the effects of alcoholism right now and know that you are ruining not just your life, but the lives of everyone around you. Your spouse, your friends, your kids, your parents and other family members: anyone who has contact with you is affected by the pain your drinking causes.
You don’t want to wait until you hit rock bottom to get help drinking.
Consider the fact that the first few drinks you have, loosen your inhibitions and increase your delusional thinking to the point where you are no longer able to tell if you’ve had too much to drink, or to stop yourself from ordering more. That is exactly what happens to people, and that is why alcohol can end up leading to you hurting yourself, hurting someone else, or worse.
If you ever feel out of control while drinking, if you ever feel that drinking is more important to you than work or your family obligations, if you need to drink to get through your day or else you’ll crack up, if you think that people are finding you less fun to be around when you drink, and that you are ready to rethink your life, it’s time to try How to Give Up Alcohol.
Finally regain the confidence you need to enjoy life without alcohol.
With the help of How to Give Up Alcohol, even going into situations where you are in close proximity to alcohol and people who are drinking, such as a club or bar, you can learn how to be comfortable and stay alcohol-free. Stop letting alcohol control your life and start living it yourself.
How to give Up Alcohol is the discreet and private way to deal with an alcohol problem. You’ll learn how to control your drinking or even quit alcohol altogether—the choice is up to you. Even better, you can do this program on your own, which means never going into the embarrassing public situations with religious overtones that Alcoholics Anonymous force you to take part in.
If you’re tired of letting alcohol live your life for you, you’re ready for How to Give Up Alcohol.