BEAT BINGE DRINKING! A Revolutionary New Program For Young Drinkers

Beat Binge Drinking: A Smart Drinking Guide for Teens, College Students and Young Adults Who Choose to Drink is the first and only comprehensive alcohol program teaching young people what sensible, moderate drinking is and how to manage it.
Feb. 25, 2011 - PRLog -- Beat Binge Drinking is the first and only comprehensive guide to alcohol use designed for young adults who choose to drink - empowering them with smart drinking guidelines and tips to reduce alcohol consumption and prevent alcoholism.  

Young people will always experiment with alcohol and it's a huge health, social and economic problem, yet only a fraction of them ever seek treatment.  Even the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism recognizes there is a major unmet need in alcohol abuse treatment for young adults.  Beat Binge Drinking finally fills this need and is a revolutionary breakthrough for drinkers.  It includes:  -21 great reasons to drink smart, not dumb  -10 simple smart drinking guidelines  -25 easy smart drinking tips  - How to identify your drinking triggers and defuse them  -Learn what drinking thinking is and how to control it  -Recognize your problem drinking cycle and how to break it  -How to motivate yourself to drink smart forever!

Donna Cornett, the author, is also the founder and director of Drink/link Moderate Drinking Programs and Products, established in 1988.  She holds an MA and California College Teaching Credential in psychology and is also the author of 7 Week to Safe Social Drinking: How to Effectively Moderate Your Alcohol Intake.

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Offers moderate drinking programs and products to reduce alcohol consumption and prevent alcoholism.
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