Why Did This Catch Your Eye?
Presumably, because you are concerned about your drinking.
So, let me ask you, what's stopping you from dealing with it?
I know the answer...
Here you are reading this blog post. Maybe you just discovered it and this is the first post you’ve read. Welcome. Or maybe you’ve been reading my blogs and watching my YouTube videos for years. Either way, presumably you are here because you are concerned about your drinking.
If you’re a first timer, it’s likely that it didn’t suddenly wake up this morning and decide you have a problem. And if you’ve been following me for a while, it’s more than likely you’ve been concerned about your drinking for years!
I love that you’ve come to my site to look for answers — just don’t ask me to fix it for you. Because I can’t. I can offer you tools. I can be an example of what works, and I have a program that works.
But I can’t do it for you.
You are going to have to do the work. And you are going to have to accept responsibility. I’m not saying it’s your “fault” or that you are to “blame.”
There may very well be circumstances that have played a role in your drinking. But the worst thing you can do is act like a victim and ask for sympathy and empathy to continue to justify your drinking.
The more you cling on to your victim mentality, the more miserable things are going to get. You need to get out of that mentality and take action. Do something!
If I asked you why you drink, you would give me all sorts of seemingly logical reasons.
Let’s take loneliness as an example. Drinking doesn’t make you less lonely. It only makes you less aware of how lonely you really are. When you wake up the next day, you’re just as lonely as you were the day before, only now, you’ve given yourself a worse problem.
Alcohol prevents you from doing the things that would help you make meaningful connections with others. There are many things you could do to meet people and develop satisfying friendships and relationships. But when you’re drinking, you can’t do those things.
So now you have poison in your body and you’re no less lonely. Not so logical when we put it that way, is it?
So, if those reasons you think you’re drinking are all a lie, then what’s really stopping you from stopping? It comes down to one thing: FEAR. And what you’re afraid of might surprise you. Most people are afraid of success, that may be doing something like following my program will work!
You look at my reviews and you see hundreds of people who have stop drinking and you’re afraid that might be you because that would mean you would have to actually stop drinking! And living a life without alcohol seems unimaginable, right? I understand because
Even though my life was awful, my relationships were failing, my career was dead, and my health was failing, I still couldn’t imagine my life without alcohol. At the time stopping drinking seemed like a social death sentence. But here I am today and my life without alcohol has become unbelievably good.
Even though 99% of people who have stop drinking will tell you how much better their lives got once they got rid of alcohol, you’re still afraid to be one of them.
Beyond that big fear — living your life without alcohol — are lots of other fears, no doubt. But there is only one way to fix what you’re afraid of and that is to expose yourself to it, repeatedly.
If you’ve never jumped out of an aeroplane it’s reasonable to expect that you’ll be afraid the first time. Maybe even the second and third. But the more you expose yourself to that fear and make the jump, the less afraid you will become, until one day you’ll be stope blasé about it. It’s no longer something you fear.
So, you will have to drill down to understand what the fears are so that you can expose yourself to them to do something about it.
But stopping drinking is not something you can do until you gain clarity about those fears. And you can’t gain clarity with poison in your system. So, the first thing you must do is get rid of the alcohol. You must end the paralysis. You must drop your victim mentality.
You must stop hoping someone is going to do it for you. You must do something!
Stopping drinking starts with you taking action.
And stop waiting. If you’re not sure what to do, I invite you to join our daily FREE Online Session where we discuss how to stop drinking?
.The coaching session lasts around 40 minutes and I will even give you a free copy of my book ‘My Life in a Bottle’ as a free gift for turning up.
Are you ready to discover the best way to stop drinking without any of the usual struggle? You have come to the right place, that is exactly what we teach people. The first step is easy, just grab your place on our next free stop drinking online session and find out how this program works