Stop drinking alcohol on your own with these free tips and helpful articles. The purpose of this website is to help you become proactive and finally DO something about your alcoholism or alcohol addiction problem, instead of just worrying or wishing things were different in your life. You do NOT need AA or rehab to quit drinking or overcome alcoholism.
Alcoholism is not a disease or something that you are powerless before. It is, in fact, a very bad habit that you've allowed to get the better of you. And as soon as you begin to change your behavior, and replace this bad habit with good habits, you will begin to be healthier and happier than you've been in a very long time.
10 Steps to Quit Drinking - This article simply offers common-sense ideas so you can overcome your alcoholism or alcohol addiction. Some of the steps are a bit more obvious than others, but don't underestimate the power of each one. Also See: 10 Tips to Stop Drinking - 30 Great Reasons to Quit Drinking Alcohol - Top 10 Alcoholism Articles
7 Ways to Embrace Sobriety - Learning to quit drinking alcohol is often more achievable when we focus on embracing sobriety rather than simply fighting a temptation to drink.
Self Treatment for the Alcoholic - Most people who have quit drinking have done so on their own, without the need for an expensive treatment facility. They have done so by recognizing that they MUST change their daily habits if they are to be truly healthy and happy with their lives.
Learning to Hate Alcohol - Face it: it's going to be hard for you to quit drinking if you still have positive feelings toward alcohol. After all, it's simply human nature to want to hold onto something you like to do, or still care about in some way.
Good Eating Beats Bad Drinking - If you tend to eat very little food immediately before drinking, you should realize that you're missing out on one of the more effective ways to reduce the desire to abuse alcohol.
Beware Those Who Mean Well - Going to AA or other 12-step type of programs can often make it MORE difficult to quit drinking.This can happen because the members (although well meaning) want you to constantly focus on the failings of your past, rather than moving forward towards the positive changes you can bring about in your future.
The Best Way to Stop Drinking - Have you ever wondered which way is the BEST way to stop drinking, or to overcome alcoholism? If so, you're in luck, because there is indeed one method of quitting (or cutting back) that has routinely proven to be more successful than all others.
3 Myths of Alcoholism - Sometimes myths are repeated so often that it becomes difficult to distinguish them from the truth.This is especially accurate when the topic is alcoholism and AA.
Finding Your Personal Road to Sobriety - Do your days begin and end with your wishing you could stop drinking, and the whole idea of "getting sober" seem too hard to accomplish? If so, it's important to remember that YOUR road to sobriety is not necessarily the same as that of anyone else.
5 Things That Will Improve When You Quit Drinking - I thought it might be interesting to look at the changes you might expect AFTER you have quit drinking. From my own experience, there are 5 areas that will improve the most, and they cover every aspect of your life.