So what can you learn about yourself? Mostly if you quit drinking for 30 days you will learn how much you depend on alcohol in order to deal with your everyday life. If that turns out to be “not at all” and you have no problems with the 30 day trial, then I would strongly suggest that you extend it to one full year in order to reap the full benefits of sobriety. There are a LOT of benefits of sobriety that will kick in over a full year that you will not realize at all in a short 30 days.
Could I be one of the exploding numbers of Americans, unable to imagine a Friday night that didn't include enough drinks to get a serious buzz? After finding it difficult to enjoy myself or relax without a drink, concerned that I might be leaning towards alcohol dependency, I challenged myself, 32 years after my first legal beer, to quit drinking alcohol for 30 consecutive days.
Ivan has vowed to quit drinking for 30 days. Do you think he can do it? Read the whole story and let us know if you think he can last a whole month.