Ever sworn off alcohol for a month and located your self ingesting by way of the seventh? Assume there is ‘no aspect’ in only one drink? Welcome! There are thousands of us.

Catherine Grey was caught in a hellish whirligig of Drink, Make terrible selections, Hangover, Repeat. She had her fair proportion of ‘under the influence of alcohol tank’ prison cells and topless-in-a-sizzling-bathtub misadventures.

But this guide is going past the binges and blackouts to deep-dive into uncharted territory: What occurs when you surrender ingesting? This gripping, middle-breaking and witty guide takes us down the rabbit-hollow of another fact. A existence with 0 hangovers, via sober weddings, intercourse, Christmases and breakups.

In The Sudden Pleasure of Being Sober, Catherine Grey shines a gentle on society’s drink-pushing and talks to best neuroscientists and psychologists approximately why we drink, delving into the technology at the back of what it does to our brains and our bodies.

Much greater than a story from the netherworld of addicted ingesting, this guide is concerning the get away, and why a sober existence may also be extra intoxicating than you ever imagined. Whether or not you are a hopelessly trustworthy drinker, simply sober-curious, or you’ve gotten already ditched the drink, you will love this book.