Alcohol Free Forever (TM)


You don’t have to go to awkward meetings or expensive counsellors…

“Learn How to Stop Drinking
Stay Sober For The REST

…from the privacy of your own home…

It was a day during winter of 1998…

A few weeks before that day, I had a minor traffic accident while I was driving after a ‘few’ drinks, and my wife had now gotten very upset with my drinking…

To avoid lengthy arguments, as much as possible I was now drinking in secret. I’d gulp down a glass before she woke up, while she was out shopping, while she was in the shower, while she was in the other room helping our daughter with her homework…

At work, I also needed to drink without being noticed by my boss who had already threatened to fire me three times, so I’d hide a bottle in the trash can under my desk and take a quick swig when nobody was watching…

On this particular day of 1998, we were going to my brother-in-law’s for my nephew’s 4th birthday party. That meant a whole evening of socializing without any chance of drinking in privacy. I knew I wouldn’t be able to go through it sober, and that I’d have to booze up before going there…

Yet, my wife seemed to know what I was up to, and while we were preparing to go, she kept me in her sight. Then, just before we headed out, she went to use the lavatory…and I grabbed the opportunity…

I snatched a bottle of gin from my “clothes drawer” and downed half of it…

I felt alive and ready for the party…

My brother-in-law lived just a 15 minute drive away so we got there ok. I wasn’t ok a few minutes later though, as I threw up without warning in front of all of them

I still remember clearly the look of disgust on their faces, the horrified look on my nephew’s face, …and my wife…I couldn’t even bring myself to look at her…

I Had Never Felt So Humiliated In My Life…

Next morning, amid the guilt, humiliation and shame, I realized that my drinking had gotten out of control and that I was on the brink of destroying my life and my marriage. It was at the point that I KNEW I had a problem and had to do something about it…

Yet I did not want to go to AA because I didn’t want to be labelled an alcoholic…I just wanted a way to control my urges, STOP my drinking, and be able to live without alcohol.

And thus started the long, frustrating road of trial and error, self-experimentation, several relapses, visits to doctors, life coaches, naturopaths, and dozens of former addicts… until I finally pieced together a complete and comprehensive method that allowed me to…

Quit Drinking, For Good!

I’ve now been sober for 11 years and I no longer feel any urge to reach for the glass.

No longer do I feel tempted when I’m in social situations that involve alcohol, and I no longer need alcohol to be confident, talk to people, and enjoy social situations…

When my day is hectic and stressful, I no longer feel the need for a drink…

I no longer spend my money on alcohol, and I no longer wake up with headaches and shame…

At the age of 47, I’m now feeling the healthiest I’ve ever been, because I’ve stopped poisoning myself with alcohol…

Me and my wife have rekindled our love and my daughter now has a father she can look up to.

I feel like I’ve been reborn. It’s a great feeling.

And I was able to achieve this using a few simple secrets that I now want to share with you…

I’ve created a step-by-step system to empower you to stop drinking TODAY. It works, simply-put, because I was in your exact same shoes and I know exactly what works and what doesn’t.

“Today is my 80th day sober!”

Dear Mark, me and my family will forever be grateful to you for you have truly saved my life. First time I tried to quit was after I woke up in hospital as a result of a drunken stupid fight. I talked to my doctor, he referred me to an addiction counsellor, but even after a number of expensive sessions I found myself back to my addiction.

Second time I tried to quit was after I drove my fist through a glass window during an argument with my wife…I needed 12 stiches in my forearm. This time I went to my local AA, but not being a religious man I was turned off by their ‘the-solution-is-in-god’ approach.

Fast forward to three months ago, I crashed my car into an old couple’s front porch after a heavy night of drinking at the pub. Thankfully they weren’t hurt, but I suffered a concussion. The next day, I realized I really had a problem and that it was time I got serious about quitting.

This time, I came across your system and felt it was right for me. I’m so thankful I did as today is my 80th day sober and I never felt happier in my whole life!

Jake Brown

Alabama, USA


“Today I am celebrating 1 year sober!”

In one year I went through a divorce and the loss of my mother. I was depressed and lonely, and a glass soon turned into two bottles of wine every day. I was gaining weight, had chronic headaches, and my depression kept getting worse.

Yet no matter how hard I tried to tone down my drinking, I couldn’t do a whole day without the wine.

I’m not sure what I expected when I joined your program but it was the best decision I have ever made in my life. I was able to quit drinking for good, and your daily emails kept me in check and motivated.

Today I am celebrating 1 year sober and felt it was right to send you an update. I have gotten over my divorce and came to terms with my loss. I feel stronger every day and look forward to each new day.

Mary Sheridan

London, UK


“It is now been 30 days and I no longer crave the liquor.”

Alcohol Free Forever is a lifesaver. Your guide was extremely eye-opening and the daily emails made it extremely easy to quit and to establish a routine that did not involve alcohol. The first couple of days were challenging but I was able to deal with the withdrawal symptoms using your techniques and recommendations and every day after that I was desiring alcohol less and less. It is now been 30 days and I no longer crave the liquor. Thank you.

John McBride

Glasgow, UK

Let me ask you:


Do you feel like you can’t stop drinking? Like you somehow feel
compelled to do it?
Is your binge drinking getting out of control?
Do you feel inadequate when you’re sober?
Does your drinking cause problems in your life?
Is life not enjoyable when you are not drinking?
Is life not enjoyable when you are not drinking?


Do you wake up with the worst hangover and feel your aching muscles moving on their own toward the glass?

You gulp it, the drink rolls down your innards, burning every ache on its way, and just as it reaches your stomach…




Is That You?
You are not alone…

I am going to help you take control again…
Cause you to stop drinking right now…

And get your life back


You have absolutely nothing to lose except your addiction.


Millions of others struggle with Alcoholism. There are hundreds of programs and cures out there, ones you may have tried, that don’t work very well–or don’t work at all.

Alcoholism is a broad term for problems with alcohol, and is generally used to mean compulsive and uncontrolled consumption of alcoholic beverages, usually to the detriment of the drinker’s health, personal relationships, and social standing. It is medically considered a disease, specifically an addictive illness. In psychiatry several other terms have been used, specifically “alcohol abuse”, “alcohol dependence”, and “alcohol use disorder”.

Do You Want To Understand Why
You Really Drink The Way You Do?

Alcoholism is one of the world’s oldest forms of substance abuse. Fifteen million Americans a year are plagued with alcoholism. Current statistics shows that some 30 percent of Americans have had a drinking problem or some form of alcohol abuse in their past while a further 15 percent are active alcoholics.

Millions of people suffer from alcoholism, and most of them don’t even know it. Or perhaps, they just don’t want to admit it to themselves. If you or somebody you know is suffering from alcoholism, it is important to act immediately. The effect of alcohol on the body and brain is significant. Alcohol abuse and addiction are serious, potentially lethal conditions.

The worst part about alcohol dependence
is that it doesn’t just affect the alcoholic…



Alcoholism Is A Family & Relationship Destroyer.

The family and friends of alcoholics may endure incredible hardship in the face of this debilitating disease. Alcoholism often leads to a dysfunctional family and a marriage on the rocks, worsening abuse and complicating recovery.

Alcoholism and excessive alcohol consumption are one of the biggest contributors to the destruction of the family unit. It not only affects the life of the alcoholic…it leaves their mates and children psychologically “scared” for life. Do you want to leave that legacy on your family members? Excessive alcohol consumption is a major factor in domestic abuse. It’s an ongoing cycle that must be broken right now.

Do you think maybe you’re drinking too much? I’ve got great news: You are not powerless over alcohol. You don’t need to go to meetings in church basements or hang out with people who tell you you’re powerless and are a victim.

Alcoholism Is A Career Destroyer

I have met many alcoholics that feel that no-one at work knows they are an alcoholic. They are sure that they have hidden it well… that they have everyone at work fooled. They seem to be oblivious to the harsh looks, and caustic remarks, fellow employees give them behind their backs. They are oblivious to the ever growing dissatisfaction from their managers and bosses. They think they are doing a perfect job. When they finally lose their job they don’t relate it to their alcoholism.
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