Telling somebody that they are an alcoholic suggests that there is something wrong with them or that something in them is broken. Only with the drug alcohol, when we get in trouble, the drinker is blamed and not the drug. That doesn’t happen with any other addictive drug.
If you say to somebody that you smoke cigarettes, do they instantly turn around and tell you that you will forever be a "smoke-aholic" and even if you do muster up the courage to stop, that you will only be a recovering smoke-aholic?
When you use an addictive drug, you will get addicted, that is the normal flow of events. People don’t just assume you must be weak willed and a pathetic individual.
It tastes awful because it is a poison. Your body is not meant to ingest poison, so alcohol company mask the taste with all sorts of glamorous mixes and flavours.
That’s why, as youngsters, we start our drinking careers with ciders and other sugar loaded alcohol, so we don’t have to endure the awful taste.
Al lot of people decide early in their lives that alcohol is not for them and, they either don’t drink or drink very very little through their lives.
Others of us decide that alcohol is there to be concurred and continue until we land up being problem drinkers. We have gone past the awful taste and is now addictive and the fact the poison is making us sick, every time we drink it, doesn’t bother us anymore.
Alcohol is a highly addictive drug that kills thousands of people every year, not the social harmless pleasantry that the marketing companies are suggesting.
After Heroin, alcohol is the second most addictive substance on earth. If you drink this substance over many years, that does not suggest that something is wrong with you. If you drink a highly addictive drug, what do you think is going to happen.
There is nothing wrong with you. You are not weak-willed, pathetic, or broken. You drank a highly addictive substance, and guess what is the logical conclusion? You got addicted!
Imagine if you get the hangover, not the next morning, but a few minutes after you start drinking. Would you still do it?
Alcohol abuse does not just affect you.
We know all too well that drinking is never just a problem for the problem drinker alone. Alcohol hurts everyone you love; it damages every aspect of your life and the lives of those in your little bubble.
It isn't until we start seeing serious health problems that we realized we have a problem.
Coach & Mentor
The course runs over 10 days and when you sign up today, you will get access to the members area where you will find the video course and you can start immediately.
The course starts by clarifying what people believe about alcohol. Why we believe that alcohol is beneficial to us and I blow every myth out the water? You are then provided with the methods of how to change your own belief around alcohol by exploring the conscious and subconscious minds to understand how they operate. During this process you will learn the ground-breaking methods of how to break your drinking habits.
The course then guides you through the withdrawal process by explaining what happens when you stop drinking, how it affects your body and your mind, and you are given the tools to successfully and easily make your way through it.
You are introduced to the voice in your head, the voice that's always there, reminding you "One drink won't hurt", but more importantly, you learn how to get rid of it. The course then ends by working with you to understand the methods that you can use to interrupt and control all your cravings.
Every day, over the next 10 days, the content for the following day will be released in sequence.
All packages include:
The full 10-day Stop Drinking Online Video course
25% off ALL future Live events in the future
My personal support through 3 x 30min 1 on 1 sessions where we do a personal Q&A
Finally, you get my cast-iron 30-day money back guarantee
First of all, you should know that I was a heavy drinker myself.
Every day I made excuses about why I 'needed' to drink.
All the time, failing to make the connection that my alcoholism was the reason for the vast majority of my problems.