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Whether you drink a lot, or not much - all of these books share real life experiences with solid advice and information about alcohol and society. I highly recommend all of them.

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We Are The Luckiest

Laura McKowen

McKowen addresses issues such as facing facts, the question of AA, and other people's drinking. Without sugarcoating the struggles of sobriety, she relentlessly emphasizes the many blessings of an honest life, one without secrets and debilitating shame.


Quit Like A Woman

Holly Whittaker

Quit Like a Woman is a groundbreaking look at drinking culture and a road map to cutting out alcohol in order to live our best lives without the crutch of intoxication. You will never look at drinking the same way again.

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The Wine O'Clock Myth

Lotta Dan

Lotta Dan explores the privileged position alcohol holds in our society, the way the liquor industry targets women and the damaging 'Wine Mum' social media culture.

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Sober Curious

Ruby Warrington

A conversation starter that asks you to consider, "Would life be better without alcohol?" which sparked a global wellness trend of "curiosity" on how to gain one's genuine confidence and happiness without the crutch of alcohol.

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The Sober Girl Society

Millie Gooch

Offers tips and advice on how to stay sober in a world that revolves around drinking, this handbook will empower you to transform your relationship with alcohol so you can lead your most fulfilling life.

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Stop Drinking Now

Allen Carr

Stop Drinking Now applies Allen Carr's Easyway method to problem drinking. By explaining why you feel the need to drink and, with simple step-by-step instructions to set you free, he shows you how to escape from the alcohol trap

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