Getting sober without AA is not only possible it is more probable. Many people aren’t aware that the success rate of Alcoholics Anonymous is only 5-10 percent. Don’t take my word for it, though. In an article, Heart of Addiction, posted on Psychology Today, Lance Dodes, Psychiatrist, author, and director of the substance abuse treatment unit at Harvard’s McLean Hospital, clearly states that the Twelve-Step Program of AA has a success rate of 5-10 percent. That is irrefutable evidence that getting sober without AA is absolutely possible.
Is Alcoholism a Disease?
Despite claims by both mainstream recovery and alcoholics anonymous that alcoholism is a disease, there simply is no empirical evidence to support that theory. Once again, don’t take my word for it. Watch this short video, “Alcoholism is not a Disease” by, addiction expert and author, Stanton Peele.
Can you get Sober without AA?
Without question, the rate of failure in The twelve Step Program is 90 to 95 percent. Consequently, 5- 10 percent of AA members achieve sobriety? The question is; how do they accomplish that. Based on my experience, sobriety is achieved through behavioral transference. In other words, members trade one addiction for another. They trade alcohol for AA ideology. There’s a catch to that success, though. If a member wants to keep alcoholism locked up in “Pandora’s Box,” then he or she must attend weekly meetings for the rest of their days. If you take away the new addiction, by discontinuing meetings, relapse is very likely. If getting sober without AA is the goal, and you want to learn how to stay sober on your own, there is a better way.
Getting Sober Without AA
To get sober without AA, authentically, you must gain a rational perspective and thorough understanding of what alcoholism really is. As I stated above, alcoholism is not a disease. The truth of the matter is, alcoholism is a form of emotional escape. It is driven by anxiety, emotional distress and depression. There are two sub-levels and various components, which form to produce these emotional states. At the foundation, there is a direct fundamental cause, which generates the basis for addictive behavior. Bottom line, however, is this; If getting sober without AA is the goal, you must eliminate your anxiety, stress and/or depression.
I’ll show you, step by step, exactly how to douse the flames of anxiety, discover stress-free living, and/or dump your depression for good in chapters 5, 6 and 7 of my free e-guide “Stop Drinking Secrets, Revealed.”
When you do, I guarantee, your cravings and destructive urges will vanish right before your eyes, and you’ll discover that getting sober without AA is possible.
When you dismantle the drivers, destructive drinking becomes repulsive in the mind, and it is completely nullified! I have proven this not just in theory but also in practice as a recovery coach for 8 years, plus.
Of course there are other aspects that contribute to and create anxiety, emotional distress and depression, and you must address these as well if you want to get and stay sober without AA. In chapter 18 of my free e-guide, I’ve outlined and diagrammed my unique and powerful 5-step plan to help you do just that. Download “Stop Drinking Secrets, Revealed.” And I’ll show you how to get sober without AA by using the following 5-step plan.
5 Steps for Getting Sober without AA
Step 1 – Unearth and Eliminate the Generators:
Step 2 – Change the Catalyzers:
Step 3 – Remove the Paralyzers:
Step 4 – Dismantle the Drivers:
Step 5 – Unlock & Implement Life Purpose:
These are the 5 steps that can, and will, help you get and stay sober without AA! Are you ready to douse the flames of anxiety, discover stress-free living, or dump your depression? Are you ready to make your cravings and destructive urges vanish right before your eyes? Most importantly, are you ready to learn how to get sober without AA? Remember, getting sober without AA is possible. No meetings – No admissions of powerlessness – no hassles! Download my free e-guide “Stop Drinking Secrets, Revealed” and get started today!
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