Recover With Colleen 10-Day Course
Give me 10 days to eliminate your desire to drink
Redefining sobriety as self-care is the secret to transforming your alcohol-free status into a superpower
Sobriety delivers the confidence and clarity that alcohol fails to deliver
For the high-functioning woman with a malfunctioning "off" switch
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You won't feel deprived or have to rely on willpower
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You don't need to identify as an "alcoholic" or promise you'll never drink again
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Even if you drink every day and can't imagine life without alcohol
Why do you have discipline in other areas of life but not when it comes to drinking?
It's not you. It's what booze does to your brain.
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Reset your "off" switch so that you have full access to self-control
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Reclaim your time, energy and focus instead of worrying you'll lose everything
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Wake up feeling refreshed and motivated instead of exhausted and guilty
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Never have to second-guess what happened because you were drinking
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Feel more connected with family, friends and coworkers because you're no longer hiding a shameful secret
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No more dark circles, dull skin, thinning hair and bloodshot eyes. Look and feel better than you have in years instead of hoping nobody looks too closely
With results like these:
"If someone told me three months ago that I'd not only quit drinking but also be HAPPY about it, I wouldn't have believed it."
"I've spent my entire adult life trying to control my drinking. And now I don't want it anymore. Colleen is amazing."
"This course has given me the tools to change how I show up in my life. Quitting drinking is just the beginning."
It's no wonder my clients are RAVING about this evidenced-based approach to recovery.
Drinking started out as a reward. Then it became a solution to stress. Now, it's not working because alcohol changes your brain chemistry.

Don't be ashamed. It's not your fault. None of us knew that.

Being mindful that alcohol is causing problems in your life doesn't make you an alcoholic. It makes you smarter than the average drinker. Something is right with you, not wrong. The fact that you're reading this means you're a person who's capable of handling life like a boss.

Even so, you might be worried that your friends will stop inviting you out. Because sobriety is boring and lame. How do you go out for drinks if you don't drink?

You might also be worried you won't be able to hang with the big boys at the big meetings. Because drinking is part of the culture of success. How do you schmooze without the booze?

Maybe you're worried about what to say when others notice you're not drinking.Will people assume you're an alcoholic and think less of you?

I offer a stream-lined approach that will answer all of your questions about quitting drinking so that you can feel calm, clear and confident with your decision.

Just imagine the relief you'll feel when you know there is nothing wrong with you or your ability to flip the switch and act in your own best interest.

Going alcohol-free is the solution -- it's own reward. Sobriety feels like freedom. And peace. Also a superpower.

Unlocking the power of your mind is the secret to eliminating your desire to drink. I'll show you how to overcome the fear, anxiety and resistance holding you back by focusing on all of the advantages sobriety has to offer.

The only way to OBLITERATE your desire to drink is to redefine sobriety as a superpower.
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Identify as a person who takes care of herself instead of as "drinker" or "alcoholic" or even "sober." Alcohol doesn't define you. Sobriety is just one of many self-care practices that allow you to live your best life--like a full night's sleep, a good workout or having all your food prepped for the week. 
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Curb your desire for alcohol by nurturing your desire to be healthy. Because feeling proud of yourself is addictive too. What you pay attention to grows. What you neglect dies.
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Create a social strategy for parties and events so you feel confident holding a non-alcoholic beverage even when everyone else is drinking.
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Stop fearing cravings by addressing the root cause. Get clear on what you really need so that self-defeating behaviors lose their appeal. 
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Develop a profound sense of connection and self-respect with simple routines so that you no longer feel lonely and weak.
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Address the unspoken rules that govern your life. You don't need permission or approval to set boundaries when you have nothing to hide.
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Learn strategies to manage stress and regulate your nervous system so that you feel less reactive and more resilient.
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Love yourself as a work in progress. Self-care is a skill you learn and practice. Your brain will heal quickly once you stop drinking.
The hardest part of quitting drinking is making the decision to quit drinking.

Punishing. Bargaining. Promising. Justifying.
One more drink
.
All of this happens inside of your head. It's exhausting.
The longer you delay taking action, the worse it’s going to get.
You can’t know how it feels to be sober.

Until....


You DECIDE to quit drinking.

This decision is sacred.
You'll never forget the moment you chose yourself over alcohol.
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You don’t want to entrust your mental health to a volunteer sponsor or to someone who treats sobriety like a religion.
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Or genuflect to the Big Book of character defects written by white men 90 years ago.
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You want to forget about alcohol--not be defined by it as a sober alcoholic.
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You are willing to pay for a coaching program to help you avoid pitfalls and setbacks and accelerate the change process.
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You're sick and tired of being sick and tired. You're ready to let go of beliefs and behaviors that no longer serve you–no bullshit and no blame.
Day 1:
Set Your Expectations
I cover all the details about detox and withdrawal and give you a comprehensive survival guide for the first week.
Day 2:
Find Your Why

Get clear on why YOU want to stop drinking NOW and solidify your motivation to move into recovery.
Day 3:
Immerse Your Mindset
Keep your brain focused with books, podcasts and videos by people who’ve escaped the alcohol trap.
Day 4:
Managing Life
Develop strategies to minimize anxiety in social situations as you reenter the world as a non-drinker.
Day 5:
Triggers & Cravings
Learn how to handle physical and psychological urges and what to do when temptation feels overwhelming.
Alcohol is a neurotoxic, carcinogenic, addictive depressant drug. Challenge your beliefs about alcohol being healthy in moderation.
Day 7:
Intoxicated Culture
Look behind the curtain at the marketing campaigns that promote responsible drinking. It’s time for responsible thinking.
Day 8:
Beliefs vs. Reality
Contrast fiction with facts as you explore the effects of alcohol on your relationships and mental health.
Day 9:
The Nervous System
Learn how to reduce burnout and overwhelm and truly soothe yourself in stressful situations.
Day 10:
Non Drinker Identity
Sobriety is a superpower, not a disease. Reframe your decision to quit with intelligence and confidence.
BONUS:
Relapse Prevention

Peace of mind is having support systems and backup plans in place before you need them.
The curriculum in this program is based on outcomes and feedback of my first year clients who paid $3000 each.

It's co-creation has been a labor of love.
Results are Guaranteed!
My clients' results are proof this course works IF you work it.

After completing 7 of the 10 modules, if you are not satisfied or you feel that my strategies are not a good fit, email
Colleen@RecoverWithColleen.com
to request a full and hassle-free refund.

Instant and permanent access to 10 Days to Spontaneous Sobriety includes 10 lessons + 1 bonus lesson (training videos with companion reading and reflection exercises) AND weekly live Q&A calls with Colleen. Come for support and camaraderie each week.
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PLUS
BONUS #1: Get one FREE private coaching call with Colleen to discuss your personal plan for recovery ($200 value)
BONUS #2: Get one month FREE membership in The Next Chapter ($99 value)
Join my tribe for a deep dive into mental health and emotional sobriety. Develop the coping skills you need to feel resilient and grounded. Meet and make friends with like-minded women who are also forging their own path to recovery.

Creating a sober identity that excites you will eliminate your desire to drink so that you can fall in love with alcohol-free version of your life.

Because YOU matter.
" After being a daily drinker for twenty years,
I quit without difficulty "
"After being a daily drinker for twenty years, I quit without difficulty after joining Colleen’s program. I was surprised by how easy and good it felt. The true test came 7 months later. I tried drinking again and it didn’t go well. But I had the tools to get myself back on track. I’m not that person anymore. I was grateful to see how much I’ve grown and used that setback to propel me forward."
-Judy
" I see everything so clearly now–my life isn’t toxic or complicated. "
 “I am so glad I met Colleen and took this journey to not only quit drinking but also to learn how to use my feelings to guide me instead of avoiding them. I see everything so clearly now–my life isn’t toxic or complicated. PS: I just attended my first tailgate sober and had more fun than I’ve had in years. There were no brownouts, emotional dramas or next day hang-xiety. I deejayed and corn-hole’d and laughed and went home when I was tired. I actually felt sorry for the people drinking themselves sick in the hot sun.
-Amanda
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“My spouse/
friends/coworkers
all drink.”
I'm going to be honest with you.

Sometimes I feel a tinge of longing when someone pops the cork on a bottle of champagne.


We are social creatures. As you know, humans are hard-wired to mimic the behaviors of those in our tribe.

But compare a few minutes of feeling deprived with days and years of anxiety, shame and regret. It's a no-brainer.

It's true that drinking feels good for an hour or two. And sobriety occasionally feels uncomfortable.

But discomfort is bearable when it serves a purpose. Life is exponentially better and easier when alcohol is no longer a priority.

The truth is that you're going to have second thoughts about any decision you make. Life can feel complicated.

Choose your complications wisely. 

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“I don't want
to quit forever.”
You don't have to.

No decision or commitment is permanent, no matter how hard you promise.


Certainty is an emotion, not a fact.

You can tell yourself whatever story you want. And so can I. But neither of us can predict the future.

Maybe learning to trust in your ability to self-correct is more valuable than swearing you'll never drink again.

Would you agree that the REAL goal--the reason you're considering sobriety--is that you want to feel better?

You want to feel less stressed. More present. Calm, clear and confident.

Have you considered that the reasons you're thinking about quitting are the SAME reasons why you drink in the first place?

Keep the goal. Just change your strategy.

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“Now is not a good time.
I have an event coming up.”
You’re assuming that not drinking is going to be hard and also not fun. Am I right?

But isn't fighting the riptide of alcohol use disorder hard and also not fun? Would you agree that living as you are is exhausting?

What if sobriety is a REPRIEVE from the harsh and punishing reality you’re in?

That being said, you’re right to realize that changing your lifestyle will require some time & attention.

Just don't assume that taking care of yourself will feel intrusive and interruptive.

It's drinking that's intrusive and interruptive.

And thinking you should wait to feel better is like procrastinating getting a drink of water when you’re thirsty or refusing to go to the bathroom when you need to pee.

Giving yourself what you need—right in the middle of your busy life—will make life easier.

On the same day I quit drinking, I still joined my drinking friends for a bonfire.

Surprisingly, I felt safe for the first time in years. Hopeful! Because I wasn’t going to drink myself sick and stupid.

Taking the time to do this course so that you are excited to stay sober at your upcoming event might feel like the best decision you’ve made in a long time.

You might even become one of those annoying happy people.

Glowing is more fun than drinking. Just saying.


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“I can’t afford this.”
The REAL question is “How will I afford to keep drinking?

Because you already know the price. Drinking is costing you money, time, health, relationships, career goals, stress, sleep quality, etc.

Cha-Ching. The meter is running.

You can guess it's not really about the money though. If one of your kids needed a kidney or your dog needed surgery or you needed bail money after a DUI, you'd find the money.

We both know where there's a will, there's a way.


This is about the fear of change. 

You probably can’t visualize a version of yourself who is sober AND happy about it.

Which is exactly how I will help you.

This course will change your relationship with alcohol once and for all so that you want to stay sober.


If you're really serious about feeling better, you have a choice to make. You can continue to fight a losing battle (addiction is progressive). Or you can invest in the solution that will set you free.

And that's why I've included a money-back guarantee with this course. So if it's not a good fit, you can reinvest somewhere else. 


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About Colleen
After a year of marching in lock-step under the tenets of conventional sobriety, Colleen realized she’d exchanged one set of limiting beliefs for another. Recover with Colleen is an evidenced-based alternative for problem drinkers who want to heal their brains and reclaim their time, energy and joy without identifying as “recovering alcoholics.”
Colleen Kachmann is a recovery-certified Master Coach and author of Life Off the Label: A Handbook for Creating Your Own Brand of Health and Happiness. She holds a MS in health coaching, a BS in education and a women’s functional and integrative medicine professional certificate.
Copyright 2022 Recover With Colleen
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