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Have you ever woken up feeling anxious after a night of drinking? Do you cringe with embarrassment when reminded of your wild antics at girls' night? Are blackouts increasingly becoming a problem?
Whichever way you look at it, it's hard to avoid how alcohol really makes some of us feel: terrible. Whether you're simply sober-curious or determined to make a more permanent change, this book shows not only why you should but also how you can, in a way that will change your life forever.
Offering tips and advice on how to stay sober in a world that revolves around drinking, this handbook will empower you to transform your relationship with alcohol so you can lead your most fulfilling life.
It's time to join the Sober Girl Society:
'I LOVE this book already, just received today and I can't put it down!'
'I recommend this to anyone; whether they want to stop drinking permanently, or even would just like to cut down on their drinking.'
'I love how relatable and non-preachy this book is.'
'Approaches what can be a tricky and confusing subject for many with humour and wit.'
'Perfect for those reconsidering their relationship with alcohol. Brilliant book.'
An empowering survival guide, this is your toolkit for remaining sober-curious.
Full of inspiration. If you have just embarked on Dry January, this down-to-earth volume is exactly what you need. An ultra-practical self-help guide, it also includes a host of useful resources and books.
If you've found yourself reaching for the bottle more often than you'd like in recent months, this new release is for you. Millie Gooch has packed everything she's learned into this practical, no-judgement book.
Listen to Millie. She is a tireless, funny, whip-smart teetotalin' trailblazer.
Gooch's debut acts as a manual for sober and sober-curious females looking to improve their lives. The facts and figures she presents are astounding, but it's her personal account - along with those from other members of the tee-total sisterhood - that delve deepest into the reasons for giving up alcohol.