When is an alcoholic not an alcoholic?
After expert hypnotherapy to stop drinking, at Central Hypnotherapy Stockport!
Rick used the word 'alcoholism' to describe his own drink habit, and of course he was drinking habitually and excessively. But there's a common assumption - not just with alcohol, but many other substances as well - that habitual compulsive use = addiction, and if the person can't seem to stop it by themselves then they must be an addict, and 'dependent' on the stuff. For so it seems, on the face of it, no?
NO! Below is the message that the same "addict" sent me on June 17th:
"Just wanted to say it's been six months since we tackled my alcoholism and I'm pleased to say not a drop has passed my lips. My life has completely turned around and I'm in a vastly better place! You are a miracle worker. Thank you so much. Rick"
So was Rick an alcoholic or wasn't he? The answer is there's no such thing! Drinking may sometimes look like an addiction but it is really just a compulsive habit controlled by the Subconscious mind, which is why the conscious mind cannot shut it down just with willpower (conscious effort).
But I can. Provided the drinker is quite happy for the problem to disappear, then hypnotherapy will make it so, assuming that the hypnotherapist in question is an expert in that area - not all hypnotherapists are.
Help to quit, or just cut down? It's up to you but just look what a difference hypnotherapy made to Rick's quality of life! That would never have happened if he had gone to Alcoholics Anonymous, or rehab, for counselling or an expensive stay in the Priory! Oh no. Only hypnotherapy turns you very quickly from a person with a problem to a person without one. more about this
Got a problem? Call me (Chris) now on 0161 474 8120 (office hours), or call/text any time, any day on 07748 838 644. If you're not sure if we can help just ask! Get free and get happy.
Consultant Hypnotherapist Chris Holmes is Director of Central Hypnotherapy Stockport, South Manchester and has been helping the people of Stockport, Cheshire, Manchester and Tameside U.K. to sober up since August 2000!