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More alcohol abusers and alcoholics stop drinking on their own than through AA, 12 Step Programs, and all treatment and rehab programs combined. Far more!

In “How to Stop Drinking On Your Own” Dr. Mary Ellen Barnes and Dr. Edward W. Wilson combine their 25 years of professional and personal experience, along with the experience of hundreds of clients and thousands of ex-drinkers to show you how to become an “ex-drinker,” just as millions have become ex-smokers, without labels, stigma, meetings, steps, rehab, or any of the other failed trappings of common American and Canadian treatment approaches. Learn what really works -- CBT, motivation, assertiveness, diet, exercise, anti-craving medications, and all of the other components you can assemble to leave alcohol problems behind.

Drs. Barnes and Wilson will show you how to assemble you own mosaic of positive changes that will build on your strengths, interests, and abilities -- not imaginary powerlessness, disease, and isolation – to create a better, happier life without alcohol. Learn what actually works and how to avoid approaches that actually prevent you from leaving alcoholism behind. You will earn to do this in the privacy of your own home, confidentially, and with pride in having overcome a very difficult habit on your own.

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