The book Alcohol Lied to Me has helped tens of thousands of people get back in control of their drinking thanks to its unique and simple to follow message.
But alcohol is the most devious and deceptive drug on planet earth and occasionally people fall back under its spell. This journey backwards virtually always starts with the same sentence being uttered: "Surely just one drink won't hurt".
Just one drink... it seems such an innocuous action that it couldn't possibly cause any substantial drama. In reality it is the same hoping to take just one little step off a cliff. It's only one seemingly insignificant step, but the consequences are rapid, irreversible and severe. Both events start off an unstoppable series of events.
In Alcohol Lied to Me... Again, Craig gives you the tools to once again break the cycle of alcohol addiction. You will discover why this relapse can be a good thing and how you use it to ensure you stay sober for the rest of your life.If you have started drinking again... this book will guide you quickly back to a happy and fulfilled life, completely free from the misery of alcohol.
©2003-2014 Craig Beck (P)2014 Craig Beck
I look foward to putting Craigs methods into practice. I feel that his common sense approach and matter of fact attitude will enable me in a positive way. Thank you Mr. Beck
Craig Beck is fantastic! His series on alcohol have been life changing for me. He is friendly and sincere and offers a lot of wisdom. I've also enjoyed his other books as well. Thanks Craig!
"This has helped me so much"
I have struggled with alcohol for the last few years (I am a 54 year old woman) It had gone from being something fun to something very dark. I'm not really sure when that shift took place but as Craig explains in this book, alcohol is highly addictive and you set yourself up for problems when you start. You just don't know when that trap will fall!
I feel this book has released me from that trap. Craig's clear, precise narration helps you discover WHY you fell in and gives you a way out.
Craig words are total common sense, the words he used reminded me of the children's story the king with no clothes! Why are we all so scared to admit what fools we have been instead of putting our heads down and carrying on.
The moments of almost bullying, remind me of many times when I haven't wanted to drink but did because I couldn't bear being teased and to feel a kill joy and boring.
No not yet but I will
I have listened to the book several times not always in one sitting but I have it playing as a back round noise.Just as a reminder sometimes of how foolish it is to drink alcohol.
Yes I would like to have this book played at schools and colleges before kids start their weekends , just to make them think.
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