Breaking Free from the Booze!

 

This week’s podcast is a solo episode from Tribe Sober’s founder Janet Gourand.  We’ve launched a brand new program to help people who a ready to Break Free from the Booze.

In this Episode

  • Are you fed up with being trapped in the Groundhog Day of Daily Drinking?
  • Many of us drink socially in our 20s and 30s and then it becomes problematic in our 40s and 50s
  • 20% of social drinkers will become dependent over the years – it’s the science 
  • We looked at some warning signs of alcohol dependence:-
    Not being able to keep within the low-risk limits – a bottle and a half of wine a week
    Drinking alone or Drinking and Driving
    Blackouts!
    Waking up at 3 am feeling anxious
    Drinking more to get the same effect
    When all social activities involve alcohol
    You drink for the buzz
    You’ve tried (and failed) to drink less many many times
  • We get to the stage where we know we are drinking too much but have no idea HOW to stop
  • We feel trapped and we know we have to break free
  • We’ve designed a program to help you break free from the booze
  • Sobriety will give you a new lease on life, improve your physical and mental health, less anxiety, better relationships, better sleep, better skin and sparkly eyes, weight, personal growth and finding your purpose

BREAKING FREE PROGRAM

  • I’ve collated all the contacts, resources and learnings from 7+ years of running Tribe Sober into one package.
  • It’s a world-class program which is exactly what I needed when I quit drinking.
  • After seeing so many people change their lives over the years we’ve realised that Tribe Sober is so much more than a membership, a challenge, a course or a coaching program – it’s a place of transformation. So we’re inviting you into our place of transformation.
  • Breaking Free is for you if you are ready to put yourself first and invest money, time and attention.
  • Breaking Free is not for you if you are not ready to put yourself first … or maybe you’re just not ready.
  • Are you going to take the Sober Road … or stay stuck in Drinking Alley – check out this article.
  • “Faith is taking the first step on the staircase even if you’re not sure where it’s going,” – Martin Luther King.
  • Have faith in us to guide you up that staircase as we know the destination is well worth the effort.
  • The “staircase” is a hybrid recovery model, taking the best elements from the Tribe Sober offerings and combining them to create a powerful and effective program. Let me describe the components:

COMPONENT ONE – community support with the Tribe Sober community 

COMPONENT TWO – a four-hour group workshop on Zoom 

COMPONENT THREE – Kickstart online course

COMPONENT FOUR – personal support – 2 Zoom calls with Janet and 3 coaching sessions with a coach.

 Episode Sponsor

This episode is sponsored by the Tribe Sober Membership Program.  If you want to change your relationship with alcohol then sign up today
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The 11 Year Fact

Did you know that the average dependent drinker will struggle alone for 11 years before reaching out for help?

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