conquer your ALCOHOLISM
Even if you are relatively young - say in your teens to mid-20s, you may start to be feeling a bit concerned about how much you drink. Am I doing it a bit too much? Am I drifting down a path I'm going to be sorry for later? This book can help you with these questions. Maybe not answer them, but at least give you the knowledge to ask even better ones. A couple of key points:
“Tips” for dealing with and/or addressing various dimensions of alcohol (ab)use is a central theme running through this book. With that in mind, in this book I provide some tips that I wish I had heard and taken to heart when I was younger, when, like nearly everyone else around that age at one point or another, I thought I was invincible and life would go on forever. These include:
These are just a few of the examples of how this book might be very relevant to you. In addition, I've tried to keep it as entertaining and interesting as possible, which is tough considering the subject matter. But being boring is never good, particularly in a Self-Help book!
This program was developed by an old guy (52 years old), based on over 20 years of “experience” abusing alcohol. Many of the premises and examples of The Conquer Program are based on having been around long enough to really screw up your life, which for the most part I assume will mostly be people around 25 years of age and older. My mid to late 20s is when I believe my alcohol use really started spiraling out of control.
Does that mean this book and program is not applicable for the under 25 set? NO. Read More Below.
 Euphoria: A mental and emotional condition in which a person experiences intense feelings of well-being, elation, happiness, excitement, and joy. (Wikipedia.org)
 Dysphoria is defined (also from Wikipedia.org) as: a state of feeling unwell or unhappy; a feeling of emotional and mental discomfort as a symptom of discontentment, restlessness, dissatisfaction, malaise, depression, anxiety or indifference. In effect it is the opposite of Euphoria.
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