How To Quit Drinking

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How To Stop Drinking Alcohol On Your Own (My Story How I Quit Drinking Forever), ►If you found this video helpful don’t forget to hit Subscribe to support the channel ◄

In this video you’ll learn how to stop drinking alcohol on your own and never want to drink again. This is something I’ve struggled with personally for a very long time.

And it was holding me back in all areas of my life.

Now, a lot of you guys watching this might have tried different stuffy like 30 days challenges, 60 days , 90 days… None of that ever worked for me.

I needed something stronger, I needed to change who I was.

So in this video you’ll learn a bit about my story and also a story I heard from my friend when how his father quit smoking after being addicted for 20 years.

And by doing that you can find mentors, meet cool people, do better workouts and tons of other benefits.

Moreover this simple concept of using your anger and your emotions to make big changes in your life is something that most people don’t do enough.

It takes guts to do this, and it’s not easy. But once you make that firm decision that you’re not the kind of person that drink.

Once you manage to change your core belief about yourself, your self-image your problem will be solved forever.

And you’ll never even want to drink anymore.

It’s that simple.

There’s a lot more details and stories in the video.

Hope you enjoyed.

See you in the next one,

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19 Replies to “How To Quit Drinking”

  1. i like this but cannot hear everything its a shame because what you had to say was good but we cannot alway hear you

  2. You are of quite few videos that I watched and suddenly awakened something in me. So thank you for that.

  3. I used to get sick and throw up if I had too much to drink. As my tolerance increased, after turning 21 and drinking a lot more if I drank too much I would black out. I'm talking a whole bottle of JD in a night. I remember multiple weekends of just me and my girlfriend drinking all day 2 1.75 liters of vodka in like 2 days…how fucking disgusting is that. Not remembering a night or saying/doing things you would never do in a sober state of mind scares me. I knew I had a problem yet I never stopped..even after I wound up getting 2 DUIS in 6 months 2 years ago. Did that stop me? Nope I only went more downhill. Every stupid argument happened when drinking. It has hurt my family and those close to me by not being myself and just makes me feel like a vile human being. It stops us like you said from ever moving forward… and only makes things worse. I have made the decision to never drink alcohol again. I never want to not be in complete control of myself or have a black out period. Just about every bad decision that I have ever made and regret is from drinking and I will not allow that to ever happen again I will not allow myself to be consumed by anger and hatred from my regrets. My heart goes out to anyone who feels the same or is going through something similar to this.

  4. Dude lol, addiction is not this simple. I'm not sure you know a lot about this topic dude lol, there's a hell of a lot more to it than "oh just quit"

  5. Anchors while swimming would impact your performance but damn you'd become a great swimmer!

  6. You will stop once become aware how your addictive cycle works in your life and how it isn't really what you truly desire.

    It clicked for me when I told myself that "yes I enjoy drinking but not the idea of doing it all the time". I stopped while I was on the way to the dep.

    Don't stop trying, that's how you get that moment of clarity. I relapsed many times but then I got tired of listening to irrational urges making me waste money and messing up with my brain's neurotransmitters.

  7. Stopping alcohol is very simple. Find something else to do. Once I started working out, quitting alcohol just happened naturally. And I've been a drinker since age 16 through now 39. Alcoholism always worked in cycles for me. Sometimes I get bored and lazy, and drink after work. Other times I get myself on a worthwhile activity to replace alcohol. You have to be aware of what you're doing to yourself, and stop making excuses, and just f'ing do it. It's really that simple.

  8. I liked this vid. I've been doing a lot of reflection over the last year about my previous alcohol consumption, and while I did go through phases of drinking every other night and sometimes every night or day when I had time off from work. I've realised that even when I limited my alcohol intake to only Friday and Saturday night, it was very much an all or nothing thing for me as outlined on problem drinking on your homepage. It became a very bad habit and one I am happy to say doesn't exist for me anymore. Everyone has different ways they will go about cutting down and ultimately cutting out their alcohol consumption, but when I became more self-aware and got to really know myself, I realised that drinking to excess just wasn't me anymore.

  9. I quit drinking about a year ago but then I saw this video and it reminded me of how much fun I used to have getting wasted so now I've started drinking again!

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