You can’t put your finger on it.
The thudding headache, the vomit stained paint bucket, the turmeric stained fingernails. You feel physically and mentally drained. Your life can’t catch a current. Monotony has settled in for the long haul. You have no dreams, no aspirations, no purpose. You don’t know what to do.
So you drink.
I’m Lee Davy, and I am a guide for people who want freedom and happiness. I point them in the right direction by helping them quit alcohol. I have been where you are. I know how tough it is, how lonely it is, how destructive it is. I looked in the mirror. I wrapped my hands around that belly. I said, ‘tomorrow’. I thrust my fingers down my throat, I saw the blood, I laid with the stranger, I ignored my loved ones, and I hated Monday’s more than the Boomtown Rats.
You drink alcohol because you believe it offers value. I stopped drinking when I realised it didn’t. This realisation – tough as it was to find – swung the prison door wide open. Out I walked. Everything was so different, so beautiful. Drinking alcohol had suddenly become pointless.
The prison is an illusion. Learning to see the illusion is tough. The consumption of alcohol is as normal as eating food. It is a part of life. It will be difficult to shake. It’s a stubborn bastard, one that you love almost as much as you hate. But it can be done. I am proof of that. I am here to help you do the same.
Once you leave alcohol at the front door, life blossoms. The sober life is a wonderful life. A new journey begins, one based on meaning and purpose. My purpose is to help people gain freedom and happiness through affordable and accessible help, advice and support; gifts I help you hand to others.
Take Karine McGowan. When Karine came to me for help, alcohol controlled her life. She was miserable, overweight, and lost. Two years later and she is fitter than ever; happier, and hasn’t touched a drop of alcohol since we stopped working together.
That can be you.
My focus and drive is maintained through my search for continuous personal improvement. This led me to the world of effective altruism. I have found freedom and happiness through the action of helping others. This need is embedded in my decision to give 3% of my gross income to people who suffer from extreme poverty, and animals that suffer from extreme cruelty. This percentage will increase until I am donating 100% of gross income.
The urge to give is inherent in every single one of us. It’s the smile we wear upon our face, the warmth of that hug, the puckering of those lips. It is what makes us human. It is who we are.
When I was drinking alcohol I wasn’t aware of this. The poison blinds. Then a man called Allen Carr walked into my life and turned it upside down.
Let me do the same for you.
How Can I Help You?
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You used to think you were alone.
That ends right now.
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