Alcohol Recovery For Women - Rubi Page
Alcohol Recovery For Women: 7 Essential Steps To Quit Drinking, Find The Road To Recovery, And Take Control of Your New Sober Life
Author: Page, Rubi
Publisher: Independently published
Are you struggling to cope with a constant battle with the bottle that leaves you suffering from blackout episodes or physical illness as a result? Do you find that you’ve made a habit out of drinking that you can’t seem to break no matter what you try? Are you trapped in a cycle of guilt, longing, and shame that is damaging your mental health?
Don’t worry, you aren’t alone.
Over 14.5 million people in the U.S. struggle with alcohol use disorder, causing a total of 95,000 alcohol-related deaths annually. These statistics are staggering, but often a culture of excessive drinking starting from the teen years has led to an increasing number of alcohol-dependent people.
Alcohol is highly addictive, and people often don’t realize their dependence until it’s too late.
Sometimes it can even be hard to accept that your drinking habits aren’t normal – it takes a lot of courage to get to the point where you want to get help.
Acknowledging the problem is the first step in getting better, and there are ways you can get your life back on track. In ALCOHOL RECOVERY FOR WOMEN, you’ll discover:
- A simple 7-step process you can use to help free yourself from the grasp of alcohol and embrace a healthier, happier lifestyle
- Positive goal-setting strategies that can motivate and trigger a desire for change
- Helpful ways to prepare for detox safely – don’t risk falling back into old habits because you didn’t make the right plans in advance
- 30+ tips to stay sober during social events so you can still put yourself first without missing out
- Effective ways to track your progress so you can reward milestones and celebrate achievements
- How to fight drinking urges, including 10 positive affirmations to keep you on the right path
- How you can create a valuable and supportive network to help guide you along your journey
- Interactive activities, including self-assessments and written tasks, to help you come to terms with your dependence, and encourage you to actively work towards a more positive outcome
And much more.
There is no shame in acknowledging an alcohol use disorder, and there are ways you can take proactive steps to help you on your journey to recovery.
Don’t wait until the problem gets worse. Not only does your dependence affect you, but your family and friends as well.
Despite what you think your brain is telling you, you can fight this – and moving forward to a happier, healthier, and more fulfilled life is realistic and achievable, so don’t wait a moment longer!