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  1. How To Stop Drinking Alcohol Forever

    Here are four review segments from the course, How to Stop Drinking Alcohol. Take the course here: https://www.udemy.com/how-to-stop-drinking-alcohol/?couponCode=get20off The first lesson is Your Commitment to Stopping Putting The Alcohol into Your Mouth which looks at What is your commitment to quit? Only you can make that commitment and only you can follow through on the action that you need to take to get the job done. Just as only you can make the excuses when you continue to drink. Say the mantra to yourself over and over: I’m done with alcohol and I’m never going to drink that poison again! Are you committed to quitting alcohol? Do you have your motivation to succeed? Have you found your emotional ‘kick in the gut’ reasons to stop? If you stop the flow of alcohol, you’ve won the battle. If you don’t put that next mouthful of alcohol into your gob and keep doing that, you’ve quit drinking forever. Now you can get on with your fabulous life. Next is a look at moderation. In this video, we looked at how your body is protecting you by recognizing the toxic properties of alcohol, eliminating what it can, and reducing the long term impact of the alcohol in your life by making you more tolerant to its effects, not it’s damage by the way. All moderation means is that you will drink alcohol without…

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  2. The 30 Day No Alcohol Challenge W/ James Swanwick

    James Swanwick never thought of himself as an alcoholic, but he tells us why he quit drinking for 30 days how it changed every aspect of his life. He never went back to drinking again and now inspires others to take the 30 No Alcohol Challenge!

    Do you consider yourself a social drinker? Or do you label yourself as an alcoholic? Do you wonder if your drinking habits are keeping you from living up to your true potential?

    This episode provokes a lot of questions about terms like ‘sober’ and ‘alcoholic’ and how the world sees people labeled as such, but are words important at all as long as the goal of not drinking is achieved?

    Stock Up On Fresh Gear – New Lyfe Clothing “Be Free”

    http://soberpodcasts.com/episode/that-sober-guy/james-swanwick/

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  3. The 30 Day No Alcohol Challenge W/ James Swanwick

    James Swanwick never thought of himself as an alcoholic, but he tells us why he quit drinking for 30 days how it changed every aspect of his life. He never went back to drinking again and now inspires others to take the 30 No Alcohol Challenge!

    Do you consider yourself a social drinker? Or do you label yourself as an alcoholic? Do you wonder if your drinking habits are keeping you from living up to your true potential?

    This episode provokes a lot of questions about terms like ‘sober’ and ‘alcoholic’ and how the world sees people labeled as such, but are words important at all as long as the goal of not drinking is achieved?

    Stock Up On Fresh Gear – New Lyfe Clothing “Be Free”

    http://soberpodcasts.com/episode/that-sober-guy/james-swanwick/

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  4. Great American Writers and Their Cocktails

    Famous writers and drinks are inseparable, despite the price some paid for the vice. Ernest Hemingway loved the Mojito, William Faulkner had his mint juleps, and F. Scott Fitzgerald was convinced gin was the way to go (he thought its smell would be undetectable on his breath).

    Hemingway & Bailey's Bartending Guide delves into the drinking habits of America's top writers to reveal their favorite cocktails. Steve Inskeep talks with author Mark Bailey and illustrator Edward Hemingway — grandson of the writer — about their new book.

    Below are excerpts from the guide, including cocktail recipes, drinking stories and writers' famous passages about imbibing.

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