Severe Alcohol Addiction cured with hypnosis, hypnotherapy, b ...

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'Hello, I'm Joyce. I am 71 next week. I had a very bad alcohol problem. I was drinking two or three bottles of whiskey a week. I was tired all the time. I nearly lost my family. My daughter said she was not going to come and see me if I did not pack-up. My husband has been wonderful. He has tried to be fair with me, he has tried to be firm with me, he has tried to be loving. He has tired everything he could to help me but I just could not help myself. Anyway, I saw this advert in the Journal and I came last week for the first time and oh, what a difference it's made. I am sleeping better, eating better, I haven't touched a drink. Yesterday I went down to the shops and there was a bottle of whiskey and I thought I love a drink but then I thought, No, I am not going to let people down.' And as Shokat says, I would be letting myself down. We don't argue my husband and I, but he has been cross with me and we have not had one cross word this week and he said, It's been one of the best weeks for years that we had together.' I used to pass out I think that was because of the drink. I was sick a lot of the times because of what I was doing to my body. I have only been once and I feel wonderful. Birmingham, UK.

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"I’ve seen hundreds of families in this very situation and their dilemma is always the same: they all want to influence their child to get on a better path"

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