Alcohol Lied to Me

Alcohol Lied to Me – The Intelligent Escape from Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol Lied to Me – The Intelligent Escape from Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol Lied to MeCraig Beck is a well-regarded family man with two children, a nice home, and a successful media career; a director of several companies and at one time the trustee of a large children’s charity. Outwardly, Craig was a highly successful and functioning professional man in spite of a ‘two-bottles-of-wine-a-night” drinking habit.

For 20 years he struggled to control his drinking, all the time refusing to label himself an alcoholic because he didn’t believe he met the stereotypical image that the word portrayed. He tried countless ways to cut down; attempting ‘dry months’, banning himself from drinking spirits, only drinking at the weekend and special occasions (and found that it is amazing how even the smallest of event can suddenly become ‘special’).

Alcohol Lied to Me

All these ‘willpower’ based attempts to stop drinking failed (exactly as they were destined to do). Slowly he discovered the truth about alcohol addiction and one by one all the lies he had previously believed started to fall apart. For the first time he noticed that he genuinely didn’t want to drink anymore. In this book he will lead you though the same amazing process.

Dear Craig,
I am a recent beneficiary of your book, Alcoholism Lied to Me. The reviews on Amazon convinced me to try it to address my 1-and-growing bottle of wine a night habit that I could not stop. In fact, I thought about alcohol almost all the time & could never resist the desire to open the wine after 4 PM. Used to be 5 PM, sometimes earlier, then I started recently to open a 2nd bottle, and was generally “fast asleep” (=passed out) by 9. Last month, I found your book, and a couple of weeks later I spent a week with some old (we are all quite old) college friends. During that week, I decided not to drink and did not, and I haven’t since then. It was a watershed. Today is 5 weeks since the last whole bottle+; Tuesday will be 5 weeks since ½ glass on September 25th.
This is awesome so far. On some afternoons I do have a deep longing for a drink, and that voice keeps telling me how good it would be to have one. It’s happening as I write, in fact. But so far, the voice has been silenced or kept at a distance, and I have not been thinking about alcohol & having a drink except on those intermittent afternoons. I attribute that to your message—alcohol is poison etc.—and thank you for providing it.
Alcohol has been an issue for me in one way or another since I was 12, which was a long time ago. I would tell you the stories, but you probably have heard them many times before. Thanks so much for the help!
Best wishes,
James (name changed)

Craig is known around the world as “The Stop Drinking Expert” and many thousands of people just like you have quit drinking using his method. This updated edition of the best-selling Alcohol Lied to Me is new for 2014.

No need to declare yourself an alcoholic. A permanent cure, not a lifetime struggle. No group meetings or expensive rehab. No humiliation, no pain, and 100% no ‘will power’ required. Treats the source of the problem not the symptoms.

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18 thoughts on “Alcohol Lied to Me – The Intelligent Escape from Alcohol Addiction

  1. Just read the book alcohol lied to me. Wow. I’ve never looked at alcohol that way and I don’t think I will ever look at it the same way again. I look in the shelves and see it for what it really is. A poison. I could never think of drinking alcohol again. Thank you for your amazing book I found it just at the right time in my life. I’m excited to create a brilliant future for myself without alcohol! 🙂

  2. Excellent book…I have listened to it twice in three days now want to get several print copies for myself and others. Thanks Craig!

  3. Craig having a problem but totally get what your saying. I have stopped drinking spirits cider and Lager cause I believe they are really bad for you but got this temptation to drink dark beers and ales because I have fell into the trap of believing they have vitamins and fire in them how can I get past this and stop for good.

  4. My son got your book and hypnosis download… really helped, that was back in May 2016, we are now in October 2016 and he has started drinking again……..can you help…. his long suffering mother, Tricia

    • Relapse is common Patricia… drinkers make the mistake of thinking that ‘this time they will be able to control it’. Check out ‘Alcohol Lied to Me… AGAIN!’



      • Hi Craig
        Stopped drinking for seven months last year. Made mistake of drinking “just one” at Christmas 2015! Now desperate to be out of the prison again. Have read Alcohol lied to me again but scared that I have ” blown it” forever and there is no hope.

        Is that true? Is there no hope once you have gone back to drinking?

        I know the power of revelation is diminished from first reading and succeeding. But want to believe that there is a chance of success?


        Sarah x

        • Hi Sarah

          Most people relapse once… you haven’t ruined it. Now you have solid evidence that no matter how in control you think you are ‘just one drinking’ is always going to be a trick!

          Get back on the horse and start the sober journey again… get more information in your head – listen to Happy Sober Solution or The Alcohol Illusion next!


  5. Thanks Craig
    Saddled up, back on horse! Going to whoop some black magician arse!

    Thanks for taking the time to reply.

    Sarah xx

  6. Hi Craig- I just finished your book and loved it!!! What do you suggest reading after alcohol lied to me?’

  7. Its been 5 months, i live in Spain and tonight out with friends i realised how i hate drunk people. It is the same with smoking, i cant be near smokers. Now it seems i cant be near drunks… What can i do about this feeling of being left out?

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