How to Stop Drinking Alcohol

What you’ll learn
  • We’ll look at how you can best manage your thinking and emotions about alcohol.
  • You’ll learn how to see alcohol for what it really is – a debilitating and deadly poison.

  • We’ll consider why it’s so important to understand why you drink and your reasons to quit.

  • We’ll look at some of the more potent obstacles that stand in your way and how to avoid them.
  • This course will show you how to gain control of your life and maintain that control during those all important first few weeks and months.
  • We’ll look at how to deal with people who still drink, especially your family and friends.
  • We’ll go over what to expect from your recovery and some important mindsets that will keep your recovery time and discomfort to a minimum.
  • I’ll show you some of the most common fears about quitting drinking and how to beat them.
  • We’ll explore what you can expect once you quit and how to speed up the process of solidifying your new habits..
  • We’ll face the big elephant in the room: are you an alcoholic?
  • You’ll discover the four essential mindsets about quitting alcohol for good.
Requirements
  • There is no prior knowledge needed to take this course, just an open mind.
Description

If you’re struggling to quit drinking now and you need help, if you’ve struggled in the past, or if want to help someone who is struggling now, this course punctures the bubble of confusing and dangerous misinformation that surrounds the alcohol and the quit alcohol industries, giving you an insight into why you drink alcohol and exactly what you need to do to stop.

Featuring over 12 hours of quality HD videos, this course provides a refreshing way of thinking about stopping drinking.

You will learn about the propaganda that keeps you hooked into the lies, even when you know drinking is not good for you.

You will learn how your language can distort the how you see reality.

We’ll examine your use of words like alcoholic, moderation, recovery, and the demon drink. I’ll show you that by using those words you are making life much more difficult for yourself when it comes to quitting.

We will also take a close look at what you should expect once you do quit. We’ll look at the reality of the symptoms and side effects of quitting drinking. I will show you some simple tricks that will alter your thinking and your entire alcohol quitting experience.

You will also learn that your fears can hurt you before you even start on your journey and how making some small changes will allow you to step into your new life full of confidence about the great journey that’s ahead of you.

“I’ve just watched my first video from the course: Video 09 – “Your

Commitment to Stopping Putting The Alcohol into Your Mouth” And I just
had to email you to say how bloody inspirational it is! It’s cheered me
right up, and just nudged me back on the right tracks again. Thanks man,
you’ve no idea how much your YouTube channel, books, audio, and videos
have helped me over the past couple of years.” Paul (Yorkshire, UK)

Thanks for your help!Tim (Adelaide, AU)

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who wants to simply quit drinking and doesn’t want to be called alcoholic.

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    February 25, 2019

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Marko Durasic at 4:15 am

I am loving the no bullshit approach that is presented in this class. With all the harsh truths that people who drink alcohol should know. All people who drink it , not just so called “Alcoholics”.Calling it a drug, exposing the myth of moderation, tolerance built up but only to effects not harmsetc..Really great course that helped me stop drinking!

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Brian J Higgins at 4:15 am

He seems confident in subject matter, would like a chalk board. Gives great example that are easy and humorous to remember. Highly recommend it. I like the fact it’s a habit and I can control it. I can do it alone, I know I’ve been sober for a few months now. Great course

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Daniel Moncada at 4:16 am

Very helpful and on point.

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Will Rasmussen at 4:16 am

There were just so many insights I got about the nature of the hole I had gradually and seemingly ‘naturally’ dug myself into. Kevin’s engaging expressiveness, clear explanations and wide range of understanding about this web we weave for ourselves removed so many fears and uncertainties from the path out of a morbid habit and into a better choice of life. Personally, he got me thinking about how much drinking had been a way of ‘dealing’ with painful emotions that was not really dealing with them at all, and that in stopping drinking I did not have to have the solution in advance, ready prepared, as to how to deal with them, but that the natural process of our adjusting when ‘out of the comfort zone’ would discover the healthy way to deal with, and indeed grow from, those painful emotions. Thank you, Kevin. Your son Sean should be very proud of his father.

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Tom Hayes at 4:16 am

This is a very informative and helpful course. I enjoyed it very much. I am hoping that with this information, and Gods help, I will finally be successful in ridding myself of this burden.

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Andrew Roberts at 4:16 am

Kevin’s no nonsense approach is very refreshing and extremely helpful. Many people would have you believe that this a very complex topic. Kevin breaks it down, avoids hyperbole and simplifies it in a way which is very relateable. He helps you to challenge your existing perceptions using real life examples. One of the best resources I have so far come across in this journey.

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Mary Allum at 4:16 am

Excellent! I am so glad I started this, the videos are really inspiring and motivating.

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Dale Nolan at 4:17 am

Good content and a calm delivery. Very appropriate for me.

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Jaydean Higgins at 4:17 am

It’s such an important course for me because I need to experience Sobriety some day and i hope it is soon.

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Kckoeff at 4:17 am

It taps into so many intelligent factors, but also so many misconceptions and flawed perceptions that we have.

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