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THREE QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF BEFORE YOU QUIT DRINKING ALCOHOL

This is Mental Health Awareness Week and a reminder that the QUESTIONS WE ASK OURSELVES CAN PROVOKE SOME SIGNIFICANT SHIFTS.


Removing alcohol has improved my career, my fitness, my relationship as well as my whole outlook on life, naturally because of this it has improved my mental health.






Here are three key questions that have inspired some significant shifts in my life over the past few years.


Question 1.


Is alcohol the thing I typically use to keep it together, actually the root cause of my poor mental health?


My book, programmes and coaching share my personal experience and how I support others when they are asking themselves a similar question.


Question 2.


Do I worry or complain often? If so, what is the cause?⁠ ⁠

Is it related to my health, wealth or relationships?


Spend 10 mins today considering your options


Question 3.


What is it that I am really craving or missing in my life?


Make a plan, use your journal and consider what can I do to take steps towards that today.





Women are drinking more alcohol - attributing it to juggling work and family life. I’m The Soberholic - a mum who used to drink 100 units a week. With my programme and campaign, I’m on a mission to ‘rebrand’ sober life, supporting those who want to make a change. Social media is rife with comments about wine o’clock, daytime or midweek drinking and resorting to alcohol to get through the parenting years.

In reality, it’s more likely to cause brain fog and fatigue.

Watching my friend lose her life to alcohol aged just 52, was my wake-up call to re-evaluate my own relationship with alcohol. I’m now happier and healthier than I’ve been in years and I want to help more women to have the confidence to take back control. This book includes The 5 Stage Sober Goals Programme created to help you discover what you are really craving, are you ready to find your motivation and create a life you will love?


Including a ten-week planner, this is your guide to becoming so much more than sober.