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Change your relationship with alcohol for the better Are your hangovers getting worse? Is drinking affecting your mood, your health, or your relationships? Is it time to think about your drinking habits? Club Soda, the mindful drinking movement that has enabled thousands to change, is here to help you cut down, stop for a bit, or quit. When you drink mindfully, you beco Change your relationship with alcohol for the better Are your hangovers getting worse? Is drinking affecting your mood, your health, or your relationships? Is it time to think about your drinking habits? Club Soda, the mindful drinking movement that has enabled thousands to change, is here to help you cut down, stop for a bit, or quit. When you drink mindfully, you become more aware of how your body and mind are affected by alcohol. Drawing on highly successful behavior change tools and techniques, 'HOW TO BE A MINDFUL DRINKER' is designed to guide you towards more moderate drinking habits, so that you can live the life you want and put alcohol in its place.Alongside advice and guidance from Club Soda members, the book includes tools to help you track your progress, deal with triggers and social stresses, and stay on track for the long term - not just Dry January or Sober for October. There are also support strategies for social situations that you can carry into the future, so you can take control and discover how to change your drinking for good.


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Change your relationship with alcohol for the better Are your hangovers getting worse? Is drinking affecting your mood, your health, or your relationships? Is it time to think about your drinking habits? Club Soda, the mindful drinking movement that has enabled thousands to change, is here to help you cut down, stop for a bit, or quit. When you drink mindfully, you beco Change your relationship with alcohol for the better Are your hangovers getting worse? Is drinking affecting your mood, your health, or your relationships? Is it time to think about your drinking habits? Club Soda, the mindful drinking movement that has enabled thousands to change, is here to help you cut down, stop for a bit, or quit. When you drink mindfully, you become more aware of how your body and mind are affected by alcohol. Drawing on highly successful behavior change tools and techniques, 'HOW TO BE A MINDFUL DRINKER' is designed to guide you towards more moderate drinking habits, so that you can live the life you want and put alcohol in its place.Alongside advice and guidance from Club Soda members, the book includes tools to help you track your progress, deal with triggers and social stresses, and stay on track for the long term - not just Dry January or Sober for October. There are also support strategies for social situations that you can carry into the future, so you can take control and discover how to change your drinking for good.

30 review for How to Be a Mindful Drinker: Cut Down, Take a Break, or Quit

  1. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    Quick read. Nice formatting and flow. This book is set apart because it welcomes those who want to reduce their consumption based on mindfulness - not just those looking to be sober. The book is equal non fiction and workbook in style. A guide to get you to think and commit to a plan for success, however you define it. The content made me stick with it until the end, but was pretty straightforward and obvious. In the end, maybe we know how to help ourselves and simply just need to do it. 3.5 - w Quick read. Nice formatting and flow. This book is set apart because it welcomes those who want to reduce their consumption based on mindfulness - not just those looking to be sober. The book is equal non fiction and workbook in style. A guide to get you to think and commit to a plan for success, however you define it. The content made me stick with it until the end, but was pretty straightforward and obvious. In the end, maybe we know how to help ourselves and simply just need to do it. 3.5 - worthy of your time with realistic expectations.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Debra

    This was a beneficial self-help book for alcoholics and well as non-alcoholics. There are helpful worksheets at the end of each chapter. They provide mindful techniques for cravings. I found the techniques good when I applied them to food cravings, as well. I received this galley from NetGalley.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sherree

    It's more of a 3.5 but I liked it so decided to go up to 4. I found the tips useful and I will definitely try to be more aware of my drinking as well as incorporating more non alcoholic drinks into my life. It's more of a 3.5 but I liked it so decided to go up to 4. I found the tips useful and I will definitely try to be more aware of my drinking as well as incorporating more non alcoholic drinks into my life.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Cati Diaconescu

    Loved this book. I don’t consider myself to be someone with an alcohol problem, but could see myself developing a problem if I’m not self-aware of my drinking, as I have experienced other addictions and developed unhealthy habits in the past which I’ve had to mindfully work through and unwind. This is a great self-help book that increased my mindfulness, whether I choose to have an alcoholic beverage or not. It also increased my awareness of the wide variety of non alcoholic beverages that I wou Loved this book. I don’t consider myself to be someone with an alcohol problem, but could see myself developing a problem if I’m not self-aware of my drinking, as I have experienced other addictions and developed unhealthy habits in the past which I’ve had to mindfully work through and unwind. This is a great self-help book that increased my mindfulness, whether I choose to have an alcoholic beverage or not. It also increased my awareness of the wide variety of non alcoholic beverages that I would enjoy in social settings, which feels exciting. I like how it doesn’t put pressure on the reader and just focuses on eliminating the social stigma that comes with not drinking alcohol and offering alternatives and options. Not only will I try these options myself but I will also be an ally for whoever doesn’t want to drink alcohol socially.

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