A great way to control your drinking is to understand your reasons for drinking. Yet, this can be confusing as everybody’s reasons for drinking are different. Some people drink because they’re depressed, for others drinking makes them depressed.
Some people drink too much at the end of a long hard day to relax, others drink because drinking gives them energy to get through all they need to do in our modern hectic lives.
Drinking has two faces.
So like the Roman God, Janus, drinking has two faces. There’s the upsides or pro’s where drinking helps you feel better and then there’s the downsides or con’s where drinking is making your life worse.
Marketing and advertising makes drinking seems so normal and essential to a happy life, we’re often unaware of the downsides or the con’s If everybody around us is drinking, it can’t be that bad can it?
What are your pro’s and con’s of drinking?
So there’s lots of pro’s to drinking but also lot’s of con’s. Do you know what your pro’s and con’s of drinking are? Even if you’re not misusing alcohol, understanding the reasons why you drink is really important because then you’re much less likely to develop a drinking problem. Research shows that people who know their pro’s and con’s of drinking are likely to be more successful in keeping their drinking under control.
Control your drinking
So we’ve made it easier for you to understand your pros and cons and control your drinking. We’ve put together a short course called Janus, My drinking pro’s and con’s
- An introduction,
2. An audio from Valerie explaining pro’s and cons.
3. A multiple choice quiz with a complete listing of pro’s and con’s so you just have to tick the ones that apply to you
4. Suggested ways you can use your personal pros and cons to control your drinking.
The course will take no more than an hour to complete. You can start it straight away, and if you’re under time pressure, save it and finish it another time. Then you’ll have a great way to control your drinking.
So start right away by clicking here
As always you remain anonymous.