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Are you worried about your drinking? Perhaps you have recently tried to cut down and found that you can’t! You are not alone; thousands of people just like you lose control of alcohol every day. That one little drink to help them unwind at the end of a busy day or the quick beer with friends has turned from a ‘like to have’ to a ‘must have’.
As with all drink-related problems, this doesn't happen overnight - you don't wake up one morning an alcoholic. These problems develop slowly over five to 20 years, so slowly you don't even see them coming. Such is the viciously deceptive nature of this drug that initially there are no negative symptoms to indicate the beginning of a serious problem.
The Now Method is a unique, non-judgmental system to help you better understands common problem relationships with alcohol. In this audiobook by master hypnotherapist and personal development expert Craig Beck you will discover:
- How to tell if you really do have a problem with alcohol
- How you got stuck in the trap in the first place
- The early signs of a problem
- How to stop wanting/needing a drink
- How to massively reduce cravings for alcohol without using will power
- What the drinks industry doesn’t want you to know
Alcoholics fall into the trap of lying to themselves as to why alcohol is such a necessary component in their lives. Perhaps you recognise some of their ‘beliefs’:
- 'I can’t sleep without a drink before bed'
- 'I need it to relax and cope with stress'
- 'I am boring without a drink'
- 'Drinking gives me confidence'
- 'It helps me chill out after a hard day at work'
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A unique and effective principle
If you have tried to stop drinking more than 3 or 4 times you will know how desperate it feels being trapped in this painful loop. This book clearly demonstrates that the western conditioning around alcohol is dangerously wrong.
This is a good introduction but if you are serious about stopping drinking go for 'Alcohol Lied To Me', it's a much more comprehensive system.
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- Kevin B. Leigh
It helps you understand why you should quit booze
Beck does a great job of telling the negative story of booze and its effects on us. Well worth the listen in my opinion.
This audiobook has been life changing for me. It is to the point and pulls no punches. It forces you to be really honest about your drinking habit/pattern especially if you see yourself as a social drinker. The hypnosis part of the audiobook definately makes a difference as does the EFT tapping points. It has made me feel more in control and i am able to look at myself without all the guilty emotions that just get in the way. Money well spent! Highly recommended.
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Totally Life changing!
When I started this book I had just returned after a night out. a night of hell I was so disappointed as to how I could get in such a state. And then continue to reach for alcohol a few days after I have licked my wounds and pride. But after listening non stop for the day and listening to the hypnosis tracks I felt better. It didn't cure me instantly it toke time I did the 21 days and it really help me I stopped drinking and other things that was ruining my life. Unfortunately I slipped up but I restarted the program and am back on track. I also branched out and downloaded almost all of the programs to help and (alcohol lied to me again) also helped a lot. I've never used hypnosis before but I can say I'm one of the luck ones that benefited greatly from it. Thank you Craig !!!
An interesting listen but forget the hypnosis.
A good listen, Craig has an open style and a charismatic voice. The big problem is the hypnosis tracks. The quality is poor, and they are not individual tracks - to listen to them requires starting at the beginning of the book and 'fast forwarding' all the way through to the hypnosis tracks. A waste of time for the hypnosis, but worth a listen for Craig's story - it may ring true with you also, and is probably worth 'one credit' just to hear his experiences with anti alcohol drugs.
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