It's only a couple of glasses a night......
but you keep meaning to take a break.
❌Always making promises you won't drink until the weekend, but you never manage it?
❌Your job is suffering because you just can't concentrate?
❌Sick of dragging yourself through the day at work with a hangover?
❌Want a better night’s sleep and less anxiety?
❌Fedup of the foggy head, lethargy & nauseous stomach?
❌Want to spend quality time with your partner or kids?
Do you want to.....
✅Have more control over when you drink?
✅Be free to socialise and remember getting home?
✅Wake up feeling rested, refreshed & ready to start your day?
✅Mend those broken relationships?
✅Stop feeling embarrassed & ashamed of your behaviour?
✅Get some alcohol free time under your belt?
✅Spend quality time with the ones that matter most?
Let me take a guess...
Are you scared of trying because you might not be able to do it?
Afraid of disappointing your loved ones all over again?
Does the thought of taking a break make you nervous?
Wondering what the heck you will do with yourself if you aren't drinking?
Worried about coping and how you will manage?
Afraid about social situations and caving in?
Scared of missing out and being miserable?
I know EXACTLY how that feels!
Want to take back control?
Your drinking isn't that bad but you know deep down you need to do something about it.
What would it be like to grab the bull by the horns, recognise your triggers, deal with your cravings and take the first steps to controlling your drinking?
How would it feel if you stopped beating yourself up, & tearing yourself apart, because you failed AGAIN. Maybe you are ready to repair those relationships, make a fresh start and be present for the ones you love.
I spent decades promising myself I would start next week, take a few days off, not drink in the week. BUT I could guarantee it would get to Wednesday & I would throw in the towel!
The thing is - alcohol is addictive and it's NOT YOUR FAULT you can't just have one.
I've travelled the road you are on. I know how it feels to put a smile on your face, pretend it's OK when it isn't. On the 31st October 2019, I decided to give it one more shot, not knowing it would be the last time I took a drink.
It was the best decision of my life & the reason I became a coach. I help my clients through the toughest of times, from feeling unhappy & frustrated to a position of control and choice around their drinking through programmes.
I want to thank you for taking time out to visit my page. When we are looking for answers we all have to start somewhere, & I am so glad you landed here.
If what you have read makes sense, then why not take the next step? Click the button to get in touch & let's talk. A call to figure out what you really want. An opportunity to share your experiences & some common ground. A chance to share your story & what you want your future to look like.
Best wishes, Carol
If you think you are physically dependent on alcohol, suddenly stopping drinking can be very dangerous, & can even kill you. If you stop drinking & you experience ANY of the following symptoms, you may be physically dependent on alcohol & are advised to seek professional advice BEFORE stopping completely:
Speak to a medical practitioner who will be able to help you reduce your drinking safely. Once under the supervision of a medical professional, I would be happy to discuss your coaching needs.