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Sober Curious

If you’re at a point at which you’d like to consider your alcohol consumption, it’s easy enough to take a look at your lifestyle and then weigh your options. Changing the amount of alcohol, you consume regularly may not help you reach a particular goal you have, but then again, it might, depending on your goals. If you'd like to find more information that can help you determine if modifying your alcohol consumption will help puts you on a path to healthier living, we got you covered.

What is it?

What do I need to know about my alcohol consumption?

Everyone’s limits are different when it comes to drinking. Body size, food consumption, the amount of time between drinks, are just a few considerations when determining what drinking-in-moderation means for you. How you feel during and after you drink are key factors, as well. If you’d like to learn more about how alcohol affects you in general, then the Awareness path is right for you. 

Soberful:Uncover A Sustainable, Fulfilling Life Free of Alcohol By Veronica Valli

How to stop drinking, stay stopped, and develop emotional skills for a life of excitement and connection … without the hangover.

Club Sobriety: A Documentary about Being Alcohol Free By YouTube

Alcohol is such a big part of our culture and has been for centuries so is it possible to quit drinking and still enjoy life? Can life actually be better without alcohol? 

9 Top TED Talks About Sobriety and Addiction By TedTalks

9 Top TED Talks About Sobriety and Addiction

How big an issue is this for me?

How can I determine if I should cut back?

Each person’s relationship with alcohol varies and develops over time. As a result, sometimes it can be difficult to know what changes to make (or how to make them) when it comes to your alcohol consumption. Once again, how you feel, as well as your health goals, play important roles in what changes you should make (if any). If you’d like to learn more about alcohol-consumption evaluation options available to you, then the Assessment path can help. 

Self-Assessments By Multiple

Identifying when substance abuse has turned to addiction can be complicated, especially when you are trying to evaluate yourself. Great effort on taking the first step to find out more about your alcohol and drug consumption. These self-assessments will help give you a good idea of where you are at and what steps you might like to take next.

What solutions are available to me?

How can I make specific changes?

If you decide changing your relationship with alcohol will give you the healthier lifestyle you desire, as well as help you meet your physical, mental, and emotional goals, it’s important to know where to turn next. Depending on your objectives, navigating your path may not be completely clear, if you don’t know where to start. Fortunately, the Solutions option provides some great first steps on your sober curious journey.

This Naked Mind Control Alcohol By Annie Grace

Welcome to a new, positive solution that gives you freedom in your relationship with alcohol. Allowing you to look at your drinking without fear. And with the tools that give you your power back, enabling you to decide what is right for you – without illogical cravings or irrepressible urges. Since This Naked Mind can remove the psychological desire for a drink this allows you to drink less (or stop drinking) without pain, rules, or missing out. Sounds hard to believe, but it is true and this incredible change can open the door to the life you have been waiting for.

Alcoholics Anonymous By Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people who come together to solve their drinking problem.  It doesn’t cost anything to attend A.A. meetings. There are no age or education requirements to participate. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about their drinking problem.

A.A.’s primary purpose is to help alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

Peer Recovery By Peer Recovery Center

The Peer Recovery Center of Excellence exists to enhance the field of peer recovery support services. Led by those with lived experience, Peer voice is at the core of our work and guides our mission. Peers—people in recovery from substance use disorder (SUD)—serve a valuable role in helping persons with SUD in achieving and maintaining long-term recovery. We are here to offer help from those who have done this work to those wanting to enhance or begin peer support services in their communities!

Loosid App By Loosid

Loosid is an app designed to focus on the fun aspects of recovery and how life beyond drinking is possible. The sobriety app gives daily support for members to live and love being sober. Loosid has unique features for addiction help that include knowledge and access to sober events that help individuals find a new lifestyle among local communities. The local guides provide further information on sober-friendly options in multiple cities, as well as insider experience for managing cravings and uncertainty while attending new events. 

Club Soda By Club Soda

In the last seven years, we’ve grown from a small Facebook group to a global mindful drinking movement. With our help, tens of thousands of people around the world have discovered a better life by moderating or quitting drinking. Being a Club Soda member empowers you to choose better alcohol-free drinks, make connections, and discover how to change your drinking. If you want to change your relationship with alcohol for good, you’re in the right place.