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Why you need to keep on trying

keep on trying

Changing your drinking is tough, but it is a journey worth embarking on.

In this webinar Laura challenges you to make changing your drinking a daily practice, and not to give in when the discomfort gets too much.

It does not matter how many day ones you have but that you keep trying. You will get there in the end.

Laura also tastes the new Teetotal Gin and Tonic from Dry Drinker. If gin was your tipple this is a pretty decent replacement. A subtle tonic with a notes of juniper. Not as in your face as tonic on its own, so a nice ‘sippable’ drink that can feel like a treat without the hangover.


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I am Laura the Co-Founder at Club Soda. I gave up drinking in 2012 and hope that I can support you to take a self-guided journey to change your drinking whatever your goal.

One comment on “Why you need to keep on trying

  1. bertie1
    bertie1 on

    Hello Laura
    I have been following club soda since the beginning of January ( I am doing dry Jan with your encouragement ) and found it to be so helpful. I think it’s the only reason I have managed to get so far without a drink.
    I drank every night and around 70plus units a week.
    So thank you for all the webinars and tips they have been great.

    I only drink at home and never go to the pub to drink. Only on someone’s birthday once a year maybe.
    I drink every night due to the stress of caring for my disabled teenage daughter and the stress of being a mum.
    I have had to find alternative ways to deal with my stress so I have been meditating and exercising. I find the evenings so hard and have been hiding away in my bedroom in the first couple of weeks. Tea time , sandwich making , bed time are all really hard when sober and exhausted.
    I have teenagers so they are a bit more self sufficient.
    So please don’t just aim your advice to pub goers because I know from my friendship group that mums with small medium and large kids really struggle with alcohol at home and could do with some tips and ideas too.
    I could walk in a pub and quite happily sip on a soft drink but come 5 o’clock at home I would be reaching for a beer to get me through the next few hours.
    I really love receiving e mails and find them really inspiring so thank you for all the encouragement.

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