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This Naked Mind: Control Alcohol, Find Freedom, Discover Happiness & Change Your Life by Annie Grace

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This Naked Mind by Annie Grace is a self-help book which is a fantastic resource for people suffering from alcohol demons. Annie Grace provides surprising insights and reasons why people drink and gives a startling lesson to people on the role of alcohol in our culture. It addresses the causes of drinking instead of the symptoms, which is much effective in reducing or giving up alcohol consumption altogether. Numerous people are worried by their habit of drinking and its adverse effects on their health. However, they are unwilling to seek any change in their habits due to the misery and stigma attached to recovery from alcoholism. People are apprehensive that drinking less alcohol will be boring, difficult and will lead to significant lifestyle changes.

The audiobook removes the psychological dependence on alcohol which allows one to drink less or stop drinking completely. The author embarks and takes the readers with herself on a journey through the world of alcohol and the connection between alcohol and pleasure. She scatters the cultural myth that alcohol is a vital part of our lives and establishes the fact that gaining control over alcohol is important for self-fulfillment and happiness. The author prescribes and discusses various tips for the readers which will help them get rid of the alcohol habit.


This Naked Mind by Annie Grace takes a hard look at the effects of alcohol on human mind and body and overall well being. It provides compelling assertions as to the perspective needed to be adopted by the society as to how they view alcohol and its ill-effects on humans. The author dispels many myths related to drinking alcohol which are prevalent in the society.

She says that against common perception, alcohol is not important for a fulfilling social life. It is not the alcohol which enriches the experience, rather it is the company of friends and loved ones which make the occasion memorable. Similarly, there is no need to drink to be socially acceptable and fit in everywhere. Some people think alcohol makes them happy, whereas in reality it makes one numb and limits our senses to experience happiness.

The audiobook is written in simple language and is highly relatable to daily life experiences. It is highly recommended for people looking to come out of their drinking habits.

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