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Webinar: End of Sober October – What Next?

The end of Sober October

On today’s guest webinar, our expert psychologist Helen O’Connor discusses your choices after a Sober October sober sprint. She recommends reflecting on what you tried to achieve by taking your month-long challenge? What were your goals, did you try to prove something to yourself? What were the benefits of not drinking alcohol, on your health, fitness, and your general wellbeing? Did anything else change in your life, for example in your diet or the amount of exercise you do?

Helen also helped us develop our popular Sober Sprint online programme, which has now helped hundreds of people to succesfully achieve a Dry January, a Sober October, or just a sober month at any time of year; and the benefits don’t end at the end of your sober month – many people report drinking less (or not at all) and generally feeling better and healthier six months later.

If you’re thinking of doing a sober sprint, would like to cut down your drinking, stop for a while or quit completely – you can sign up to our FREE mailing list for advice, inspiration, events information and more. You can also join our private Facebook group to access our webinars live (check the ‘articles’ section for the saved videos) and to share stories, advice, and support with like-minded people on different stages of their journeys. Want to keep socialising but not sure which places are good for alcohol-free drink choices? Head to our Club Soda pub guide where we list the best places for mindful drinkers.

And don’t forget our Mindful Drinking Festivals – the next one is in London in January!

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