7 Things to do to Prevent Insecurity after You Have Quit Drinking

7 Things to do to Prevent Insecurity after You Have Quit Drinking

What causes the insecurity that many of us feel once we have quit drinking alcohol?
For some, we don’t have the familiar comforter that alcohol supplies, leaving us open and seemingly vulnerable.
For others, the gremlin voice gets a bit louder now that it cannot be suppressed.
Wherever you find your insecurity originating, there are plenty of things you can do about it.
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The Surprisingly Simple Truth behind Successfully Quitting Drinking

The Surprisingly Simple Truth behind Successfully Quitting Drinking

What is the simplest truth behind any quitting alcohol?

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11 Costly Misconceptions about Quitting Drinking Alcohol

11 Costly Misconceptions about Quitting Drinking Alcohol

Today’s video talks about 11 of the most costly misconceptions about drinking and quitting drinking alcohol… We all take a look at disease of alcoholism and the alcoholic gene… We will look at you as an alcoholic or a victim… We will also look at that one drink, the power of the Demon drink, and the higher power… Finally, will look at misconceptions about treatment, fears, the AA, and medication for quitting drinking…

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Top 5 Motivational Books for Successful Quitting Drinking Alcohol

Top 5 Motivational Books for Successful Quitting Drinking Alcohol

Today’s video is about 5 of the most motivational books I’ve read about quitting drinking alcohol. I’m only going to talk about one book which is specifically designed for quitting drinking alcohol. The rest are about motivating yourself, setting yourself on the right track, and dealing with people and problems, or people problems, in your general life. Enjoy!

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Success in Quitting Drinking Alcohol Doesn't Happen by Chance

Success in Quitting Drinking Alcohol Doesn’t Happen by Chance

The habit of drinking alcohol doesn’t happen overnight. It takes time to build. And it doesn’t happen by chance. You have to deliberately put the alcohol into your mouth over and over. If you don’t do this, no alcohol habit will ever develop.
It’s the same with quitting alcohol. It takes time to break down any habit and it’s not going to happen by chance. It too takes deliberate action on your part.

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Failure Is an Event, Not a Person

Failure Is an Event, Not a Person

Today’s video is based on a quote by Zig Ziglar…”Failure is an event, not a person”.
When we fail at something, it’s usually down to a skills deficit, which means it is fixable. It’s not because of a defecit in you personally, only in what you know, or don’t know.

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The Magic of Reading to Change Your Life

The Magic of Reading to Change Your Life

In today’s episode I talk about why I think everyone should read to improve their lives, whether it’s picking up a book, Kindle, or listening to audiobooks or video courses…

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4 Year Relapse After Quitting Drink-Can’t Put it Behind Me-What to Do?

4 Year Relapse After Quitting Drink-Can’t Put it Behind Me-What to Do?

Today’s video is an answer to a question about having an unfortunate prong in the road four years after quitting drinking. What to do?

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Stop Blaming Your Environment. It’s Your Responsibility. Take Charge

Stop Blaming Your Environment. It’s Your Responsibility. Take Charge

How is your environment responsible for your decisions? They are your decisions! Can your environment motivate you to drink? Can it encourage you to drink? Of course not… It cannot influence you, it cannot force you, make you, bully you, or dragging kicking and screaming to the pub… Drinking is your decision and your decision along… Own it! If you want to quit drinking, make the decision now… Decide! Take responsibility….100% responsibility… If you choose to carry on drinking, that’s your choice, that’s your decision… Own it is well!

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10 Steps to Stopping Alcohol for Good

Here’s a few tips on getting yourself in the right frame of mind for quitting drinking alcohol.
1. Preparation
2. Making your commitment
3. 100% responsibility
4. Conditions to make it happen
5. Fixing your date
6. Getting advice
7. Take your first step
8. Target 30 days
9. Accepting your discomfort
10. Finding your motivation

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