Get Control Over Alcohol And Take Your Life Back

Have a complicated relationship with wine?
You’re worried you’re relying on it too much, but you can’t seem to let it go.
I’m Jenny Jones, Alcohol and Mindset Coach, and I’ve been in this place too. Now I help hard-working women who are of two minds about their drinking. They know it’s causing problems, but they can’t imagine life without their beloved wine.

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Do You Feel Like You're Stuck in Your Own Personal Groundhog Day?

You’ve sworn to yourself over and over that you won’t stop for that bottle of wine on the way home, but at the end of the day you’re exhausted and don’t know where else to turn for relief. The next day you wake up riddled with anxiety and regret because you’ve broken yet another promise to yourself. You feel ashamed and worried that this recurring cycle means you have a problem with alcohol.

I’ve been in this place too and I know the weight you’re carrying. I can help you find real and lasting relief from this shame and blame cycle.

Click the link below to sign up for my free masterclass to learn how.

Does This Sound Like You?

You're highly functioning and successful in most areas of your life, but when it comes to your drinking you feel out of control.

You’re starting to resent carrying the weight of everything on your shoulders, but you’re afraid of what will happen if you let it go.

You feel like all the plates you’re trying to balance are starting to come crashing down, one by one.

The only thing that seems to quiet the noise in your head is a glass (or four) of wine, but that only leads to more self-criticism.

Everyone around you seems to be drinking just as much, if not more, yet they don’t seem to be conflicted about it OR you’re starting to notice that you’re drinking more than everyone else around you. Either way, you feel alone.

You feel stuck between two terrible choices: quit drinking and be miserable OR keep drinking and be miserable.

You Are Not Alone

And you are NOT an alcoholic. I understand how painful and confusing it is to be in this place. You feel like a failure. You feel like no one will understand. You’re afraid of being labeled and you’re conflicted. You know you can’t keep going like this, but you’re afraid the only alternative is to give wine up forever.

The good news is you don’t have to decide right now. In fact, I encourage you NOT to think about it forever and just focus on getting curious. That you’re here reading this right now means you’ve already taken the first step. You realize that alcohol isn’t serving you the way it once did. When you start getting curious about “why” that changed, you open the door to getting back in control of your life.

Click the link below to learn the next step to changing your relationship with alcohol.

Why Work With Me?

No one wakes up one day and decides they want to develop an unhealthy relationship with alcohol. My drinking didn’t start out problematic, in fact, initially, I was very careful around alcohol. It wasn’t until I became a busy, working mom who was trying (unsuccessfully) to do everything perfectly, that things started to take a turn.
I got sucked into the mommy wine culture. It was accepted, even encouraged, to reward yourself with a glass of wine at the end of a stressful day. I felt so sophisticated and classy. But eventually, one glass turned into one bottle, and then two or more. As the stress of life and the pressure I was putting on myself increased, so did my drinking. Repeated broken promises to myself that I would stop, only created more noise in my head.
I had all but given up hope when I finally found the answer to my problem. That answer was both a beginning and an end.
Jenny Jones YourSobeREvolution, Alcohol and Mindset Coach

The end of my suffering and the beginning of a new life; a life I no longer wanted to escape from.

If you want to know how to get back in the driver’s seat of your life, I’d love to help you. ❤


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