It's time to stop worrying about your drinking and create a peaceful relationship with alcohol!


Inside Making Peace with Alcohol, you’ll get everything you need to change your drinking habits so that you can stop worrying about alcohol.

Tell me if this sounds like you:
You want alcohol to be a non-factor in your life. You want to be able to take it or leave it.
You need peace: No more worry, no more trying and failing to change.
You have a lot of advice on how to be sober, but recovery really isn’t what you’re looking for.
You’ve over trying to figure this out on your own and never being able to make change last.
You’re tired of feeling powerless, broken and worried.
You wish there was a way to change your drinking habits that was practical, repeatable and best of all, sustainable for the rest of your life.
Good news!
I help my clients with those same problems every single day.

And if you’re like any of them, you’ve probably held onto some of the same misbeliefs. I call them “thought errors”. 

Here’s what they sound like…

Myth 1: I’ve tried to cut back lots of times in the past and I never stick to it.

I get it. I tried rules, forced abstinence–mini breaks, and avoided 30-day challenges because I simply KNEW I’d never be successful. None of these attempts ultimately lead to sustainable change.

Here’s the truth: What you’ve done before does not predict your success in the future. When we’re focused on rules and restrictions, we don’t address the underlying reason that we’re drinking. We drink because we believe alcohol will help us feel something.

Inside Peace and Power over Alcohol, I help my students uncover the unconscious stories and beliefs that are driving your drinking habit. With the “Better-Thinker Toolkit” you learn how to recognize and challenge the old stories that are keeping you stuck.

Myth 2: Believing You Need Alcohol to help you Relax & Unwind

This used to be my absolute strongest belief. I believed that alcohol helped me relax and unwind at the end of the day. My daily drinking habit was fueled by my conviction that drinking was helping me relax and I hear this all the time from my students when they are joining the community.

What you’ll learn inside Alcohol Minimalist for Life is the truth about the science of alcohol and the science of your brain.

Myth 3: Loving Alcohol too much to ever give it up!

You know there are a lot mixed messages that we have with alcohol and one thing I want you to know is that truly enjoying a glass of red wine with a steak dinner or an ice cold beer on a summer day–I love these things too. BUT I used to fall into the black and white/absolute thinking that exists around alcohol and is fueled by the recovery industries that peace is only available to people who quit drinking all together. I believed that I couldn’t give up drinking and at my core I really didn’t want to have to give it up completely. But I didn’t see any other options.

What you’ll learn inside Making Peace with Alcohol is the truth about the science of alcohol and the science of your brain. This isn’t a bait and switch. I’m not going to tell you that you can keep drinking alcohol in the beginning and by the end tell you that the only way to have peace is abstinence. We’re going to be clear on the risks and rewards and our own personal risk tolerance to determine what peaceful looks like for ourselves.

There was a way to change your drinking habits in a way that felt peaceful and created sustainable change…
You could finally have a peaceful relationship with alcohol: past, present and future…
You could actually look forward to relaxing at the end of the day without a drink in your hand and not feel deprived…

You could have all of the above with an enjoyable, repeatable process that makes forever change possible…

All that is possible inside
Making Peace with Alcohol

Who is this right for?

If you truly believe you need a drink to relax every day, I hear you. This was absolutely me for decades. In Making Peace with Alcohol,
we’ll help you challenge the beliefs that are keeping you stuck in a habit that no longer serves you. The Peace & Power framework will
not only help you change your drinking but it will help you feel more relaxed then you ever have before.

Being stuck in an unbreakable habit is so frustrating. Every day I’d have the best intentions, but by the time 5:00 pm rolled around, it seemed
like my brain went on auto-pilot and I found myself opening a beer (or three) in spite of myself. Inside Making Peace with Alcohol, you’ll learn
how to work with your brain and undo the urge to drink. You’ll understand how the habit works and why you’re beautiful, brilliant human brain
is where the answer to your unbreakable habit lies.

Do you live in a constant state of worry and anxiety about your drinking but you’re not sure you want to stop drinking alcohol forever?
The goal of Making Peace with Alcohol is to help you create your own peaceful relationship with alcohol.
Drink less or stop drinking all together, the choice is up to you. With the Peace & Power Framework you’ll learn how to manage your mind
and rewire your brain to change your drinking habits.

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