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  • Published: 14 January 2021
  • ISBN: 9781473584150
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 256

The Sober Girl Society Handbook

An empowering guide to living hangover free




Part memoir, part survival guide, this is an empowering self-help book with a simple message at its core: you can be happier and more fulfilled when you bin the gin and take back control of your life.

Have you ever woken up feeling anxious about something you said at your work drinks the night before? Do you cringe with embarrassment when friends remind you of your wild antics at your girls’ night? Are you often frustrated that you finish an entire bottle of wine having only intended to drink a glass?Whichever way you look at it, it’s hard to avoid how alcohol really makes us feel: terrible. Whether you’re simply sober-curious or determined to make a more permanent change, this book shows not only why you should but also how you can, in a way that will change your life forever.

Offering tips and advice to stay sober in a world obsessed with drinking, Millie shares how she discovered answers to questions like:

Why am I so anxious on a hangover? How do I know if I'm drinking too much?How will I cope at social events?What do I say to friends and family?How do I cope with cravings?If I stop drinking, will my sleep improve?Will I ever date again?

It is both conversation starter and handbook – essential information that empowers you to transform your relationship with alcohol so you can lead your most fulfilling life.

It’s time to join the Sober Girls Society!

  • Published: 14 January 2021
  • ISBN: 9781473584150
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 256

About the author

Millie Gooch

Millie Gooch is the founder of the Sober Girl Society and is one of the voices leading the sobriety movement for young professionals in the UK. As a journalist, she has written for a range of publications, and her campaigning work has been featured everywhere from ELLE and Stylist to the BBC and Evening Standard.

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