I don’t know where to go from here and I can’t do it alone
I totally get it. You decide to quit drinking after a particularly heavy weekend or wake up full of regret after a night of drinking and decide, that’s it. You sign up for a 28 or 30 day challenge and off you go.
Every day you receive emails or videos or motivational quotes which is great and they do help but when they come to an end – what happens next? This is something I come across all the time.
Once the initial burst of enthusiasm and motivation wears off, you feel stuck and don’t know where to go or what to do next.
The thing is that while all of this is great a first,without the proper support, guidance and preparation then the long term becomes overwhelming and scary and you do feel alone.
One of my students the other day told me that she had to unfollow a popular facebook group because even though you’re surrounded by people in the same boat as you and while it was great seeing people post their big milestones, it was also difficult seeing people who had gone back to day one again and again and even though everyone in the group is hugely supportive, she was like ‘but what about me?’ And she felt guilty for being selfish.
However I think that in this journey, you have to be selfish, at least at first anyway because you are unique and your life is your own and in order to carve your own path, then two things are key.
- Proper planning and preparation
- Real human contact, guidance and support
That’s why I want to tell you about the unique and successful Sober Power Course
The course in sober power is four weeks long and you get 5 one to one personalized sessions with me plus follow up work to help make those changes stick long term in your own life
Because you are you, I will work with you individually to get to the root of your own struggles with drinking and how to make positives changes in your life that are sustainable, exciting and don’t feel like a death sentence.
We will bust the myths you have about your own drinking patterns and I give you a blueprint to how you can make the changes to fit with your own life. And create a life you no longer have to escape from.
If you want to give yourself the foundation for positive lasting change centered around your life, then real human support and connection is essential
One to one coaching is extremely valuable and successful because we’re all different and unique in our struggles and our lives and when you work with me, you get to be selfish, we talk it out and you get support on what works for you.
You are never alone, because I am always there for you and after the course you have a totally new way of thinking and set of behaviours that take you through your life as you want it.
You have to invest in yourself to make these changes stick, reading a motivational quote or getting through a craving is not enough. You have to get to know your true self and what your true self wants to be and is capable of without alcohol getting in the way and how to do it long term.
Working with me one to one will do just that. You will get the guidance, support, tools and through proper planning and preparation, we will learn how to use these new found tools in our lives for the next four weeks and beyond.
I encourage you to ask yourself, what do I want, how to I want to live.
You don’t even have to be 100% sure that sobriety is for you. But, if you’re looking for somewhere to start and how to carve your own path towards freedom from alcohol in a way that works for you, then this course will get you there.
I know it’s tempting to put these things off until we feel properly ready, until January, until we’ve been on holiday, until the weather gets better – whatever. But, what you’re really doing is putting up with more guilt, shame, regret, hangovers, lost time, wasted cash and missed opportunities.
Nobody regrets spending quality time with their kids, nobody regrets waking up hangover free with complete memories of the night before. Nobody regrets having an awesome night out when they didn’t make a fool of themselves or loose their belongings, nobody regrets having a blissful nights sleep without the 3 am terrors or hammering heart and anxiety.
In short, nobody regrets going sober. The only thing I regret about my sober journey is that I didn’t begin earlier. Don’t let that be you.
This journey is one we take together, every step of the way.