If you are on the journey of QUITTING alcohol completely then this book is for you
Kick the Drink. . .Easily! .
However, if you are just looking to moderate your drinking, then this WILL NOT help.
This book by Jason Vale WILL make you think twice about alcohol. If you are picking it up anyway it’s probably because you are considering your consumption. If you read the book and then you still want to go out and get slaughtered, without thinking twice, then you probably haven’t read it properly.
It is a very direct attack on the alcohol industry.And I completely agree with most, if not all of it.
The book rips to shreds various myths around alcohol and leaves the reader in no doubt about the authors dislike for it.
It lifts the curtain on the true social impact of alcohol, the medical stats, the financial gains to the government, the devilishly genius marketing techniques and the huge veil of bullshit that has been pulled over our eyes for so long.
It repeats the same message over and over until it drums in. That you are not denying yourself anything by stopping drinking, but freeing yourself from the burden of drinking.
Its a simple, but extremely powerful mindset shift.
For me, I’m so glad I read this book. I started the year aiming to do one full year alcohol free for charity. After reading this, I don’t think I’ll ever drink again. I don’t need the hassle.
Kick the Drink. . .Easily!
is written in short chapters, so you can pick it up and put it down fairly quickly, but I found myself engrossed. Many of the challenges that I’ve found throughout the year were explained and made simple. It just helped me to qualify my own thoughts and to understand that I’m making the right choice, by freeing myself of the burden of drinking.
I feel different after reading the book. Like I know a really cool secret and my life is never going to be the same again because of it. It’s a very safe, happy feeling.
Any book that can make me feel like that gets top marks from me!
I would recommend this book to anyone that is even starting to think about alcohol and the negative effects on their life.
It could just save your life.