Please note: This is a summary, analysis and review of the book and not the original book.
Holly Whitaker’s first book is a seamless blend of personal narrative, science, spirituality, and self-help aimed at creating a new dialogue around alcohol in America, getting rid of the term “alcoholic” for good, and helping anyone who wants to, create a better, sober, more fulfilled life for themselves.
What does this Start Publishing Notes’ summary, analysis, and review include?
- Summary of the original book
- Easily digestible takeaways distilling the main ideas
- Actionable advice to help start your journey to sobriety today
- Whitaker’s personal story and perspectives on sobriety, spirituality, addiction, and social justice
- In-depth Editorial Review and Analysis
- Background on Holly Whitaker
About the original book:
Quit Like a Woman is more than just a self-help book on sobriety. It is a call to action for all of America – and the world – to realize how poisonous alcohol is, and just how much it is truly affecting our lives. Whitker’s personal story drives a moving narrative from addiction to recovery, but more than that, she creates an alternative path to holistic healing. She believes AA isn’t the answer for most, that no one is really an “alcoholic,” and that the stigma surrounding alcoholism should and can be lifted. She believes in a world, much like the “post-cigarette” world we live in today, where the majority of people choose a sober life, not because they are addicts, but because they believe in healthier, more fulfilled living. Through her work, she inspires and creates an easy-to-follow path for anyone to join her.
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