Want To Stop Drinking Alcohol? Tell Someone, Tell Us.

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Want to stop drinking? 

If you want to stop drinking alcohol but find you can’t – however hard you try – then you shouldn’t feel bad.

It’s an addiction – does anyone want or desire to be addicted?

So, how it happened is really not important.

What you do next is all that matters.

And, the first thing to do is ask for help.

However determined you are to stop drinking, your determination will not be enough.

If will-power alone could solve the problem, then nobody would stay trapped in a drink.

The first – and often hardest – step in rehab is to admit you need help. Tell somebody that you have a problem.

Tell your family or a good friend. Tell your GP.

Call Alcoholics Anonymous. 

Call us or email us at Abbeycare.

You will feel like there’s been a weight lifted of off your shoulders.

Don’t let pride stop you getting your life back.

Essex rehab options available here.

Don’t say you’ll get help with your drinking after you have sorted out your other problems.

As soon as you admit you are losing control of your drinking, then you can start to regain your physical and emotional wellbeing.

The good news is that there are many, many people who have successfully escaped their relationship with booze.

At Abbeycare, it’s our job, passion and mission.

We know how to beat it and can help you do it.

There is no shame in contacting us.

You never chose your addiction – alcohol dependence knows no boundaries.

But there is the hope of brighter days ahead.

And, it’s not just hope – we can help you live again.

Contact us for an informal chat or more information.

It’s a first step to breaking free.

Abbeycare Pricing Bot

Last Updated: March 11, 2023

About the author

Peter Szczepanski

Peter has been on the GPhC register for 29 years. He holds a Clinical Diploma in Advanced Clinical Practice and he is a Clinical Lead in Alcohol and Substance Misuse for Abbeycare Gloucester and works as the Clinical Lead in Alcohol and Substance Use in Worcestershire. Peter also co-authored the new 6th edition of Drugs In Use by Linda Dodds, writing Chapter 15 on Alcohol Related Liver Disease. Find Peter on Respiratory Academy, Aston University graduates, University of Birmingham, Q, Pharmaceutical Journal, the Dudley Pharmaceutical Committee, Dudley Council, Twitter, and LinkedIn.