ARE YOUR URGES TO DRINK NORMAL & WHY DO YOU HAVE THEM?
HOW TO MANAGE YOUR URGES TO DRINK & NOT DRINK MORE THAN YOU WANT TO
HOW TO MAKE A PLAN AND GAIN BACK CONTROL
HOW TO STOP BEATING YOURSELF UP SO YOU CAN END THE SHAME & REGRET WHEN YOU OVER DRINK
Finally, realistic skills that will take your journey to change your relationship with alcohol permanently!
Mini Course is 4 Videos + 4 Worksheets
Each lesson averages 10-20 minutes.
"I no longer blindly indulge with drinking."
✓ Gain back control in any social situation.
✓ No more regret and shame!
✓ Manage the little voice in your head that says, "Just one won't hurt".
✓ No more need to rely on something outside of yourself to relax and unwind at end the day.
✓ There's nothing better than living your life at your "A-Game" Level.
✓ There's nothing better than knowing you are in control of your drinking.
✓ There's nothing better than waking up in the morning without any regret of what you drank, what you said, or what you mindlessly overate because you over drank.
Master the Foundational Tools that have helped thousands of
women live a life with less alcohol.
"I can describe how I feel now in one word:
Life Long Skills
to live a life with less alcohol without feeling deprived
WEEKDAYS WITHOUT WINE:
You're stressed most mornings because you woke up regretting drinking more than you planned to the night before.
You worry about your health because you're drinking more than you want to.
You struggle waking up on time because you're groggy from a late night of zoning out in front of the T.V. binge watching Netflix while you polish off the rest of the bottle of wine.
You're convinced you'd be more productive if you just didn't drink as much as you do.
The extra weight you're carrying around is because you over drink and don't have enough energy to do your morning workout routine.
You don't want to tell anyone you're worried about not being able to control yourself around alcohol.
You can't seem to trust yourself around alcohol either home alone or at a social gathering.
WEEKDAYS WITHOUT WINE:
You get up every morning refreshed and ready to exercise.
Your house has never been more tidy and organized.
Your relationship with your loved ones are better than they have been in years (not that it was so bad before, it's just next level better).
You've dropped those unwanted pounds without even trying.
Self-confidence is at it's best. You're ready to conquer your goals.
Your finances are leveling out. You're not wasting money on booze.
You're honoring your commitment to yourself.
You trust yourself at the end of everyday not to pour yourself a drink to either relax or cope with the day or life as it is.
I couldn't figure out a way to not come home and pour myself a drink on a regular basis. I truly thought that having a drink was the only way to unwind. I could see myself getting addicted and I was scared. I was certain that if I kept drinking I would become very unhealthy. I just couldn't do it on my own. I thought I tried everything and nothing was working. I'm so glad I invested in working with Stephanie. She really got me and pulled out of my old patterns. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
I spent way too many years shaming and blaming myself. I truly thought something had gone terribly wrong that I couldn't fix. Stephanie's way of explaining things always made such logical sense. I can't believe I'm able to go to something social and not over do it. I have my off button back.
My life has changed! Yes, this was the hardest work I've ever done in my life, but I wouldn't change it for anything else. Now that I 've stopped drinking, I'm spending more time with my husband because I'm not passing out in front of the T.V. every night
I battled myself for so many years. Everyday I'd beat myself up mentally. All I could think about was how stupid I am for making the same mistakes. I truly thought I was a bad person for drinking so much. I can't believe that battle is over. I know how to treat myself so much better. I didn't know this type of freedom was possible. I was drinking too much because I was blaming myself too much. The blame game is over and I have my off button back!