Tired of Hangovers? Kick the Drink and Enjoy Happier Hours Easily. Try the sobriety experiment.
I once dreamt of a world where sobriety was normalized not stigmatized. And it’s happening. Increasing numbers of people are embracing the joy of sobriety. Mind your drink? Yes, please.
As movie-producer and fashion icon Tom Ford said in an interview, “It doesn’t hurt. I mean, can we talk about the drinking in London? The two glasses at lunch? The three vodka tonics you have in the evening at the office—cos you’re there until eight? The two you have in the bath.
Then you go out to dinner and they bring you more teeny-tiny drinks. So you’re now up to 10 and then you go to a party and you’re in your forties, drinking 12-13 glasses each day. And eating lettuce to stay slim. I spent so many days writing apology notes and sending flowers. It had to stop.”
For others sobriety means being sober—a nice glass of wine from time-to-time—but strictly no binging, puking, or getting ‘shit-faced.’ However, for a great many people abstinence is truly the only path to freedom.
You don’t have to be an alcoholic to have a problem with alcohol—it’s one of the most addictive, legalized drugs on the planet.
Perhaps, like me, you’re ready to break-up with alcohol and do a J. Lo and flaunt your sober glow. Maybe you’d like to join the masses who are sexier, healthier, happier and slimmer alcohol-free.
Whether you’re flirting with the idea of sobriety or starting out on your sober journey, or ready to give going tee-total a whirl, you’ll find plenty of support in The Sobriety Experiment.
For readers who sincerely want to stop or rescue their drinking, but struggle to quit the drink habit, this book will pave the way.Kick the drink easily. Get the ultimate stress solution. Lose the flab. Be sexier sober. In less than two weeks you’ll be on your way to a healthier, happier, wealthier life.
“I really like the approach that this book takes in not attempting to stop drinking totally. It instead explains and coaches how to manage and cope with consuming alcohol so that the damaging effects may be minimised. This is a very useful supportive book for ‘drinkers’ and their families.”
While this book is targeted at people who want to reduce their alcohol consumption if you’re living with an alcoholic or concerned about someone else’s drinking you’ll find help here too.
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