Problem Drinking: Rethinking Your Relationship with Alcohol
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
The definitive for problem drinkers, their families and friends (as well as for doctors, counsellors and therapists) – from the author of two bestselling titles on anxiety and depression.
ARE YOU REALLY IN CONTROL OF YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH ALCOHOL?ARE YOU FINDING YOUR NEED TO DRINK GETTING STRONGER?DO YOU DEPEND ON ALCOHOL TO MANAGE DAILY LIFE? In his role as a consultant psychiatrist, Dr Tim Cantopher has worked with countless people to help them overcome dependency, and this book distils his decades of experience into a series of practical, achievable, straightforward steps to reduce your own intake, or give up altogether. Problem Drinking explains why you are drinking too much, what alcohol does to you physiologically, the influence of environment and personality, and the long-term consequences of alcohol addiction. It offers supportive strategies to help you cut down or do without, including advice on relaxation and sleep, problem-solving approaches, time management skills, and insight into drug treatments, the disease concept and the role of Alcoholics Anonymous.Read this book, take it one day at a time, and don’t look back.
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