I am 38 years old. I work construction. The temptations and expectations to drink alcohol follow me everywhere. My social circles and peer groups consist of people that encouraged me to maintain a common routine of drinking. "It is normal to drink because it is a Friday, we are camping, at a show, etc." The pandemic didn't help. I wrote a book about my challenges.
When COVID-19 shut down Canada and countries worldwide, Sean Robinson experienced a dark year. His drinking habit was one constant he could continue in an otherwise pandemic-disrupted routine. But at the beginning of 2021, he decided to make a change.
In Going Dry: My Path to Overcoming Habitual Drinking, Sean tells his story of choosing, one day and one month at a time, to carve a new lifestyle for himself. Despite growing up in a home where drinking was a normal part of life and being surrounded by constant social pressure to drink, Sean surprised himself and those around him.
His story provides inspiration and strategies for eliminating bad habits and replacing them with a more positive outlook and approach to life. Going Dry is a testament that anyone can change, and it’s worth the effort.
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