Alcohol is so commonly used that it’s very easy to fall into a daily pattern of drinking relatively large amounts of alcohol. However, that social use can develop into a dependence that causes health, career and relationship problems. We may even hide our drinking because we, or the people we love, are embarrassed about how much we consume.Written by a former alcoholic, the Alcohol Free Forever program addresses the reasons we drink, the way we can change our thinking about alcohol, how to repair your health and heal relationships. Along with several bonuses, it comes with a support network of daily emails to help the new teetotaller through the first month.
Best for: People whose drinking is out of their control and want to make a permanent change.
Less suited to: People whose alcohol use has been so prolonged and heavy that they develop severe withdrawal symptoms when they stop drinking. While these severe symptoms will pass, they should be treated by a health professional.
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