EP 340: Reader Question – Why is it so hard to stop drinking?

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Do you find yourself comparing your journey with alcohol to others who seem to be having an easier time quitting drinking? How can some people find freedom so easily when others continue struggling? When change is not linear we feel like we have failed. But persistence is key. Annie Grace talks about the three layers of beliefs and the five criteria of readiness for change that can lead to success.

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Highlights of Why Is It So Hard to Stop Drinking?

  • we only get the highlight reel
  • we don’t see when it’s hard to stop drinking
  • persistence pays off
  • change isn’t linear
  • change happens in the mistakes we make
  • the 3 levels of belief around alcohol
  • readiness for change
  • support and communities

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Are You Ready For Freedom? 
For Alcohol To Be Small & Irrelevant In Your Life? 
Do you want that to happen sooner than later?
Imagine the life you will lead when alcohol is not taking up space in your mind, heart, or thoughts. And it is certainly not negatively affecting your life or health.

Imagine being that ALIVE and joyfully loving every minute.

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