Alcoholism Self Help



Alcoholism Self Help
There are many resources out there for those worried about the drinking of loved ones or who want to deal with their own drinking problems



There are plenty of resources out there that claim to give you the secret to quitting drinking. Unfortunately most of these are not up to the job and are merely produced in the hope of making money from those in pain.

Of course, the people creators/sellers of these resources need to be financially rewarded for their efforts, but they need to also offer real solutions. All the products you see on this page cost money (and some quite a lot) but what sets these apart are that they offer real hope and assistance for those wishing to do something about their drinking. We have personally reviewed all the alcoholism self help resources listed below and they all come highly recommended.

We have also included on this page resources for those who drink moderately and want to do so healthily and without risk. Here at the Alcoholism Guide we do not demonize alcohol, used moderately alcohol is of great benefit and we believe that it is everyone's right to drink and enjoy it.



Alcoholism Self Help
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Stop or Moderate Your Drinking

Give Up Alcohol
Do you want help with moderating your drinking? Are you worried that if you continue the way you are you might become dependent on alcohol? Have you been told that Alcoholics Anonymous is the answer? WRONG! AA is for alcoholics, not problem drinkers. "Stop Drinking Alcohol" is an e-book that gives problem drinkers the tools to either return to normal drinking (staying within moderate drinking guidelines) or stop altogether WITHOUT the need for the 12 steps. I highly recommend it as a viable alternative for binge drinkers wishing to cut down on their alcohol consumption.






Spiritual Recovery That Isn't AA

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Addiction Free Forever outlines a method of treating alcohol dependence that emphasizes the spiritual but not the shame and powerlessness associated with the 12 steps The core philosophy behind this system is that you can't expect someone to give up alcohol if they have nothing to replace it with. One of the best books out there on beating alcoholism dependence and one that has earned much praise from those it has helped.






Coping With An Alcoholic

love an addict Loving an alcoholic is one of the most painful things you will ever have to cope with. Yet, it doesn't need to be, C.P.Lehman in his book, Help Me! I'm In Love With An Addict gives you the strategies that will enable you to find happiness and get your life back on track...as well as other skills that are crucial when attempting to cope with an alcohol dependent





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Resources For Moderate Drinkers


Drink Moderately And Stay Healthy

Alcohol Calorie Chart
Some drinks can contain up to 1000 calories. But do not despair, as it is possible to continue enjoying alcohol AND lose weight at the same time. How To Drink While Dieting shows you how to drink, stay healthy and lose weight.... all at the same time. With over 200 information packed pages, this is the definitive guide to drinking while dieting.








Alcohol Allergy? No Red Face

alcoholism self help - no red face

It is one of the most embarrassing things that can happen. You are at a party enjoying a glass of wine and suddenly you feel your face start to flush, your pulse to increase and your head to hurt. Other guests are starting to look at your strangely. You excuse yourself and head outside hoping to 'cool yourself down'. Sound familiar? It doesn't matter how much you drink it always happens and is excruciatingly embarrassing, so much so that it it is easier to avoid alcohol altogether. However, there is a solution. The No Red Face Formula has been developed to combat just this problem. Do you want to enjoy the occasional drink without the fear of getting flushed? Then maybe this is what you've been looking for.






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Deborah Morrow, M.S. Addiction Psychology, is the director of treatment programs for The Alcoholism Guide website. In her practice Deborah provides on-line coaching and support for those dependent on alcohol or who require other services such as relapse prevention or court mandated services. (Read More)



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