QUIT ALCOHOL RESOURCES
As we add to this resource section, we have split it down into areas that people have problems with when it comes to getting sober.
The Craig Beck quit drinking method is unique:
No need to declare yourself an alcoholic.
A permanent cure, not a lifetime struggle.
No group meetings or expensive rehab.
No humiliation, no pain and 100% no ‘willpower’ required.
Treats the source of the problem, not just the symptoms.
Millions of people worry that drinking is affecting their health, yet are unwilling to seek change because of the misery and stigma associated with alcoholism and recovery. They fear drinking less will be boring, difficult and involve deprivation, and significant lifestyle changes.
This Naked Mind offers a new solution. Packed with surprising insight into the reasons we drink, it will open your eyes to the startling role of alcohol in our culture.
There are many great books and guides around. And there will be one that will strike a chord with you. One that you can relate to. A method of quitting drinking that you will find your alcohol off switch with.
I personally advise looking around for something that suits you, your budget, your personality and who you are as a person. That is my advice.
But it would be wrong to make a blog about quitting alcohol without looking at some of the already amazing courses available, should you just wish to jump straight in and commit to sobriety.
Here are some of the most successful webite and courses for quitting drinking.
Resources to Educate you
Resources to keep you motivated and on the sober track
Having visual representation of alcohol consumption is a useful tool to aid with controlling alcohol.
We have created a downloadable drinks tracker. Click here to download and print it off.
MOTIVATION FOR A MONTH
Give yourself the best chance to get a month booze free under your belt by following our real-life tips.
Some tips to help you stop your alcohol intake for one month. You can download it as a PDF and use it as motivation to stop drinking
Social Media Resources
Talking to others about your journey is a very effective way of learning to control your alcohol intake. Often, talking with others who are of a similar mindset is a great way to help you along your journey, encouraging each other and sharing ideas and experiences.