Sober in 30 Days: An Experiment in Alcohol-Free Living – Kindle edition by John H. Clark III. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Sober in 30 Days: An Experiment in Alcohol-Free Living.
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Break Free From Your Bad Habits
It begins innocently enough. You find yourself drinking more than you used to. Or you’re watching too much tv, rarely exercising, or eating things that make you feel sick. You know you’ve gotten yourself into a bad habit, but you also feel powerless to change. “It’s too late now,” you think. “I’m too old [too fat, too far gone].” You’re stuck—trapped in a pattern you know is unhealthy, feeling like there’s no way out. But what if you’re wrong?
What If You Could Change Your Life In Only 30 Days?
What if you could watch as an ordinary person, just like you, decided to make a change in their life for the better? You need inspiration for the journey, proving that it’s never too late…because it’s not! After all, habits are merely established patterns of behavior, and these patterns can change in as little as 21-28 days. That’s only a month out of the rest of your life!
Change Your Habits, Change Your Life
Get down in the trenches with John Clark in his latest book, Sober in 30 Days, as he tackles such subjects as addiction, personal growth, and going for your dreams, at any age. After realizing that he was slipping back into a negative relationship with alcohol, he decided to quit drinking for 30 days to see how his life would change. The results were profound. Get inspired to change your life as you experience the ups and downs of Clark’s journey. Sober in 30 Days proves that addictions and habits don’t have to rule your life—you can come out the other side, happier and more at peace with yourself and the world. Your journey begins today. What will you choose?
- File Size: 521 KB
- Print Length: 81 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Archangel Ink (September 22, 2015)
- Publication Date: September 22, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B015PER256
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- X-Ray: Not Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
A month in the life of…
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Spoiler alert: in this book there are no car chases or vapid gasping erotica. This is traveling with the author through a month of his life as he shares his thoughts and struggles while choosing to remain sober. Choosing to remain sober; that is an exercise in personal power. In “Sober” John exposes some of what the rest of us keep close to our vests and far from the light of day. I hope that there are people out there that can find solace and maybe a sense of not being alone in their struggles. While this book doesn’t present itself as the source for answers it provide a bit of light, maybe, for others having to find a way through each day while deciding to remain sober. For many of us, the proximity of a demon is always with us. John shows us his. In a way it is like that “walking a mile in his shoes” kind of gritty expose. Sometimes it is hard to watch while others it is just another day. But that how life really is. I would recommend this book and have to several people.
Big step, little joy.
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Where’s the love? John Clark bravely attempts to stop drinking for 30 days, but doesn’t really say why. To see if he can look better, lose weight, feel better, okay. Stopping a destructive habit is a noble endeavor in and of itself, and obviously the author deserves to seek peace and freedom, but he doesn’t even articulate self-love as a motivation. It’s the barely-mentioned folks in the margins of his life for whom my heart really aches: his spouse, children, his students. His distsnce and inattention. This is a cautionary tale well worth reading, about numbing out; about a nice enough guy who has no idea what he’s feeling, who has achieved relative stability in spite of a drinking to excess, but mostly about the insidiousness of alcohol –thief of authentic joy, grief,and connection. This could be a starter kit for someone to quit drinking without a 12 Step program–with no epiphanies, no regrets, no apologies. Maybe that’s good enough for now.
An Interesting And Beneficial Experiment We Can All Learn From
John takes the reader for an inside look at his daily reflections and thoughts he experienced while inviting the reader to look at some of our own attitudes, beliefs and ideas about alcohol. Why do we drink and is it something that is beneficial in our lives or at times a hindrance to truly feeling our best and living each moment to the fullest. Through his personal journey he shares some of his insights and helps the reader to reflect on their own personal choices while he explores a very powerful experiment of living 30 days free of alcohol. Something that we all could benefit from experiencing personally helping us to create our lives from a place of choice instead of habit.
there are many different addictions and most of us have something about ourselves that we would like to change
This book touched my heart. If you live with or have lived with, someone that has an addiction or if you struggle with addictions of your own, read this book. You can almost “hear” the daily mental chatter that comes with giving up something that has become a habit. It doesn’t have to be alcohol or drugs, there are many different addictions and most of us have something about ourselves that we would like to change. This book gives insight with wisdom and humor as the author goes through the intimate daily process of moving toward sobriety. I highly recommend this book!
A quick, thought-provoking read
I enjoy reading about people’s lives and this book had some interesting tales. Gave me food for thought in my own life and has inspired me to begin my own 30-day experiment. I am really looking forward to reading some of John’s other books!
Very interesting experiment. You can really do this for anything you want to accomplish in life. Love the positive quotes. Looking forward to his next 30 day experiment. May even do one myself.
An experiment we should all take!
I loved it! I could relate to a lot of the author’s feelings and it was interesting to go on this journey with him.
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