Monthly Archives: February 2012

Hope for Those Who Drink (too much) III

Because we train our brain to operate on autopilot, a bad habit is difficult to change. Only with considerable resistance to an immediate, almost automatic, response in favor of what will provide longer-term health will we be able to change … Continue reading

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Hope For Those Who Drink (too much) II

Maybe you’ve driven yourself to work, only to reflect later that you can’t remember many details of how you got there. It seemed as if your mind took over the driving as you thought about other things. Maybe you planned … Continue reading

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Hope for Those who Drink (too much)

Maybe you know someone who seems to have overcome his or her tendency to drink too much. All of a sudden, they lose everything they built up over years. Not only do you not understand what happened, they don’t either. … Continue reading

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Hope for Those Who Drink Too Much, for the Depressed, and for Overeaters

I’ve come across important information to help people who struggle with drinking too much, depression, and overeating. Maybe you don’t struggle in any of those areas. Chances are,¬†however, you know someone who does. By sharing what you learn here,¬†you have … Continue reading

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