A Step by Step Guide To Quitting Drinking
There is a good chance that if you’re reading through this website, you’ve been trying to stop drinking, and you’re one the 95% of people that go to AA to quit drinking and were unsuccessful. Now I cannot guarantee that if you do all of the things I list in this book that you’ll be successful. However, the people that have followed the 80-20 rule, ie: do 80% of the work discussed below, and you should have a pretty good shot. I do know that the people that I know personally, including myself, were able to stop and have remained stopped.
I’m not going to lie, there is a fair bit of work involved, as well as some expenses. I do not endorse any particular products recommended, and if you can find similar alternatives, feel free. I did however, try to link to specific products to try to make this as easy as possible. Its like anything, the more you follow what is listed below, the better chance you’ll have of success.
For most of the audiobooks, a basic Audible subscription will do. I tend to prefer the audiobooks when possible, as it allows the narrator to really get in your head. Its also useful if you do a fair bit of commuting like I do.
The purpose of the background section is not to give you a long winded monologue that brings you back to that AA meeting where the guy who collected his 15 year chip, gives you a 20 minute graphic story about his addiction. Its to allow you to start to think about the fact that alcohol is in fact, not the problem.
DISCLAIMER: I am not a medical doctor, thus what follows should not be considered formal medical advice. Consult with a physician if you feel taking any of the supplements or recommendations listed may be harmful. What shall be discussed are the details of my finding, over the course of 12 years of research, trial and error, and eventually, peace of mind.