The Truth About Alcohol
The Online Training Course and Community That Helps You Break Free From Alcohol.
Do you need someone to hear you, understand you, support you, and help you transform into someone who doesn't need alcohol to solve your problems?
1.1 The Importance of an Open Mind
1.2 The Operating System
1.3 The Cave
1.4 The Deaf Effect
1.5 The Human Condition
1.7 Don't Focus on The Booze
2.1 Why Do You Drink?
2.2 The Theory of Value
2.4 The Fallacy of the 'Normal' Drinker
2.6 Living With a Drinker
2.7 Do The Work
2.8 Checking In
3.1 Relapse Prevention
3.2 White Space
Advice to Lessen Alcohol’s Influence on Your Relationship
What is that voice in your head that keeps telling you to drink? Meet the monster in your mind.
Do you have to quit or can you control your alcohol intake?
You drink alcohol because you believe it provides you with value. What if I was to tell you that your perceived value is illusory?
What happens when you quit alcohol but your partner doesn't?
“I truly believe I could not have come this far without Lee Davy and the Needy Helper by my side. I am eternally grateful for all he has done to help me succeed. His words of encouragement and support were like a lifeline across cyberspace along my path to sobriety.” - Susan Hillyer.
“Lee Davy doesn’t just talk the talk, he goes balls out to get to his goals and help you get to yours. The Needy Helper can springboard people into new ideas.” - Kim Sandhu.
“The Needy Helper is a safe supportive space, where you can share as much or as little as you like. It makes all the difference knowing you are supported without being judged. I am thrilled to have found such a genuine and caring community. Thanks Lee, for sharing your journey so openly, you are an inspiration.” - Eileen.
“When I arrived at the Needy Helper I found a guy, whose mission in life was to help others based on his own experiences and personal disasters he had encountered along the way. I participated in one of his courses and I have quite literally turned my life around. The site arms you with the knowledge and support to take habit changing as far as you dare to go.” - Karine McGowan.