Tips on quitting alcohol inspired by Allen Carr in WeRAddicted
“Being addicted to things like exercise, new-found knowledge, good music, or top-end websites are all well and good, but an alcohol addiction is — as you could guess — no fun at all.
In the case of the most dramatically hard-done-by and washed up drunks, it’s easy to see exactly where the problem lies. For many of us, however, we may slip into patterns of unhealthy and destructive drinking — and the unhealthy and destructive thought processes that go along with that — without realising fully that we have lost control and that things are moving in an overall bad direction.
Whether the effects of out-of-control drinking are primarily financial, emotional, physical, or social for you, quitting the drink may be the key for you to free up time, money, energy, happiness, and resources, and allow you to invest in things like property and real estate, life-affirming hobbies, and strong, uplifting relationships.”
Addicted give their top tips for dealing with alcohol addiction inspired by Allen Carr’s EasyWay method .
From the desk of John Dicey, Worldwide CEO & Senior Therapist, Allen Carr’s Easyway