Learn 7 practical tools to control your drinking and get your relationships back on track so you don’t lose everything!

I just laid there, in the pitch-black room, half-dressed, on top of the quilt.

That was when it crept up on me.

I started to notice my mouth was dry, my head was pounding, my heart was racing and the room was spinning.

I tried to move but I was glued to the mattress.

As I slowly unpeeled myself and mustered up the strength to roll out of bed.

I opened the door with my eyes half-closed, squinting like I was staring straight into the sun.

Stumbling down the hall to the kitchen I must have looked like a zombie from The Walking Dead.

But the closer I got – the stronger it grew.

The pit of anxiety in my stomach deepened the more my brain scrambled to remember what chaos I had caused last night. What did I say? Who did I call or text? Who did I piss off this time?

My mind was blank…

Then as I got to the kitchen I looked to my right and I saw this…

That’s my brother attempting to clean up from the party the night before. He was using a camera tripod stabbed into two sponges – WTF?

Then as I turned to my left I saw my best friend helping him…

For me, it all started the night before.

As Friday lunchtime approached after a stressful long week at work, I felt the anxiety build as the negative thinking got louder.

But I just pushed that to the side and thought, I deserve a reward, I have been working hard, haven’t I?

I invited some friends round and texted my guy to make sure he was about.


Then I suddenly remembered.

I was meant to be going to dinner with my parents.

But at this point it wasn’t even a choice, once I had the idea in my mind of getting on it, that was it.

So the image of the disappointed look on my parents’ faces just dissolved in my mind. I pushed down the guilt and tried to forget about it by focusing on the “great night” I was about to have.

This pattern had been going on for years.

I was spiralling out of control, constantly self-sabotaging, damaging my health and jeopardising the bright future ahead of me.

Slowly losing myself – wondering how it had gone so far I couldn’t return to the genuine self I used to be.

I feared losing my family. But with all the broken promises and between all the chaos I found it impossible to focus on my loved ones. I also constantly wondered if I ever had kids, would I bring my children up to be like me? A scary thought, I know!

Plus, I always felt sluggish at work trying to recover from the weekend, making it hard to maintain any concentration, hiding from my boss and colleagues, just waiting for Jannet in accounting to say, ‘Oh you look rough.’ Jannet please just fuck off.

Sometimes things would get so bad I would just look at myself and think, ‘You’re a fucking disgrace. It will consume you and your life will be over.’

Do you know anyone like this?

It was awful, I had no memory of the night before, I checked if I was covered in bruises, I checked through my phone to see what I had done the night before.

Olivia L Pennelle (podcast guest)

Now a tougher question. When have you felt like this?

Do you ever wake up for work feeling like you could do with another night’s sleep? Or not even having gone to sleep?

When have you let your own behaviour, or your inner critic, hold you back from something you really wanted? Goals you set, plans you made, promises you proclaimed… but even though you really wanted it… it just didn’t happen.

If you’re feeling this way, it’s all too easy to put it down to a tough month at work, the kids running you ragged or not eating healthily.

And sure, some people look for answers. But what are the usual solutions people seek out?

I tried everything

When I wanted to get my drink and drug use under control, I tried it all.

But whenever I got my head just above the water, the current of life just dragged me back under again.

We have to ‘talk with ourselves’ and take ourselves out the equation by removing all numbers from our phone, leaving our wallet at home, even our phone.

We spent hours on Google researching millions of websites or reading loads of books. It helped us understand but we never feel like we get to the bottom of it and we’re still left wondering, ‘Why do I do this?’ You just don’t know the answer

We talk to close friends and family but they just don’t get it. Plus we can never tell them the FULL story because they always have an opinion. They say things like, ‘Just stop drinking.’ We just want to scream in their face, ‘If it was that easy, I fucking would have. I’m not choosing to fuck everything up.’

So we take matters back into our own hands. We try to eat clean and work out. We even get on a roll and manage to stay sober for a couple of weeks. Then the motivation fizzles out and it doesn’t last.

When we go on holiday we say to ourselves. ‘This time I am not going to drink.’ There have been too many vacations when we have ruined it for the kids and our partner has gone mental. So we do it, we make it one or two weeks without anything, but as soon as we get home to the same life as before, with the same friends, we pick up right where we left off.

Eventually, we just decided to go cold turkey and white-knuckle it. We go one week, then two and maybe even four. But in time, the willpower runs out and we end up feeling like we need a reward for doing so good and we end up in the same predicament.

As time passes our partner and family force us to go to a meeting, AA/NA, doesn’t matter – it always ends the same way. It feels like a clique and we can’t get past the fact we have to surrender and believe in GOD. Plus, who wants to stand up in front of a room full of strangers and label themselves an alcoholic?

Next, we go and see our GP and they refer us two ways. First, onto a massive waiting list for a free community service. We’re left thinking ‘I need help now, not in 10 years’. And when we finally get to the end of the list we’re told the program does not have the resources to help or we’re out of the catchment area, so we can’t get the help we need. The second option is they just prescribe us a quick fix medication for anxiety which doesn’t get to the bottom of the problem and will just worsen everything in the long run.

So we try some private therapy. We go to a CBT therapist but we haven’t even scratched the surface and to make things worse, the counsellor is just reading from a textbook, checking boxes and have never done drugs in their life. It’s not our fault they don’t focus on or specialise in the addiction. We need a therapist who can guide us with practical tools and who understands our situation whilst working together to get to the bottom of the problem.

Lastly, we research Rehab, the last straw. We’re tired, worn down and our hope is dwindling. As we start to find out more, we’re already reluctant to take a month off work, then we get to the price of over £20,000! Having worked in multiple rehabs I will tell you an insider secret. Even if you went, you would get sober in the safe rehab bubble for 30 days and as soon as you get out you get a huge whiplash effect when you’re thrown back into your old life environment, expected to sink or swim and your risk of relapse skyrockets.

Sometimes it just feels like we do these things to prove to ourselves we can maintain the mask of normality, that we are still functioning.

But the truth is, these are all sporadic tactics. We can’t maintain the consistency and spend years going round in circles.

Getting stuck happens to the best of us. There are people who are good at their jobs, have solid careers and businesses, a good group of friends, a roof over their heads… but are trapped in an invisible loop and can’t figure out how to break free.

You might pretend to be functioning, but you’re still struggling in the background.

I was in the same situation.

I had tried all of these tactics and more. But I just did not know how to be consistent. I also did not know how to build lasting habits from the ground up.

But over time, I slowly learned how people with long term sobriety were playing a completely different game.

Finally, I made it... I was substance-free, had healthy relationships, felt happy and strong

I was standing in the garden. I could hear the sound of my heart beating over the 20 plus people quietly whispering behind me.

My hands were sweating, my breathing shallow and I had a huge knot in my stomach.

I took a deep breath and reminded myself to make all the butterflies fly in the same direction.

Then I heard the front door open, this was the moment I had spent months planning for.

I heard my girlfriend walking through the flat and out to the garden…..


My girlfriend stood there in shock as everyone sang Happy Birthday.

As the energy started to settle, I realised…

I had done it!


As I walked around the party I felt the warm sun on my face.

Out the corner of my eye, I saw my nan sitting on her own. As I wandered over, there was no dread, guilt or avoiding, no thinking, ‘Am I too drunk?’ or, ‘Will she notice?’

I went and sat next to her, my mind was light and I had a spring in my step.

We started talking. I told her about the badge that was sewn onto my jumper and how it had come loose and was hanging by a thread. She instantly pulled a sewing kit out of her handbag in the middle of the party like Mary Poppins.

And, I shit you not, she sewed it back on! Right then and there… classic Nan!

You see, I had been planning my girlfriend’s surprise party for months, agonizing over all the little details.

But when I told my parents the idea they offered to help. I arranged to get my girlfriend out of the house and to get her friends to show up on time. Then my step mum and dad sorted out the food and invited my side of the family.

The surprising thing was, I could rely on them and they could rely on me, but most importantly I could rely on myself. That was the true game-changer. This made me feel mentally strong and like I could manage my stress and anxiety with ease.

And the thought of just being able to just transfer them the money for the food like it was nothing, rather than begging them for drug money or convincing them to overspend on booze so I could get smashed for free, meant I finally felt like I had an adult to adult relationship. It was so comforting to have earned their trust back at long last and not have to feel like I have to do everything on my own. I was connected and felt part of the happy family again.

Overall the party was a massive success. I finished the day feeling relaxed, normal and most importantly I actually had fun without drink or drugs.

So what did I do differently to get to this point?

Well over the past 5 plus years I searched high and low trying everything: willpower, Google, self-help books, exercise, meditation, AA, therapy, the list goes on.

I started to understand my behaviour and addiction as a whole. I was able to break my bad habits, stop being stuck in a rut and understand why I felt my emotions.

As I was able to focus on my goals and actually stay consistent in working towards them by paying off my debts and cancelling my credit cards, so I could prioritise building a home where my needs were met and I felt safe.

Along the way, I let go of all the resentment and rebuilt my relationship with my parents. For the first time ever in over 10 years, I actually bought my stepmom a Mother’s Day card. This blew us both away and ended in tears. But for the first time, they were tears of joy.

There were days when I spent hours contemplating where I was really going and what I wanted to do in my life to bring it more meaning. I ended up doing a counselling degree to help other people who had been through a similar struggle. This enabled me to look at a picture bigger than myself.

As the fog started to clear I crystallised the specific tools that worked and how to stick at the ones I had already tried and failed. I discovered how these tools produced consistent results time after time.

I learned what habits really are and how to change my behaviour for the long term. As time went on the tools started to layer on top of each other and built a solid mental foundation under me.

I was happy, clean, substance-free and finally working towards becoming my best self.

At last, I gained mental mastery and with it a better understanding of my thoughts and triggers.

What would your life be like if you were free of impulses and cravings and lived peacefully with a healthy and happy family?

What if you had the independence and strength to understand who you are and set yourself up to win?

If you finally got out of the rut of being stuck because you had the tools to build a solid mental foundation?

If you put the drink and drugs chapter of your life behind you once and for all! – and enjoyed the rest of your life, knowing you were fulfilling your potential?

Silencing the voice of the inner critic

We all have an inner critic in our mind. It has held us back for years, constantly making us self-sabotage.

It comes up with all the REASONS we can’t do it. How we’re special and different.

It whispers in our ears telling us drugs and alcohol are the only way.

As a counsellor, I get to peel back the curtain and see inside people’s minds.

I hear the same stories over and over again.

Here is what most people say:


I don't drink every day

I don't drink every day and things haven't gotten to the point when I’m drinking in the morning.

But you don’t need an online questionnaire or diagnosis to determine whether you have a drinking problem. You just need to ask yourself two questions. Is my drinking getting in the way of me living my dreams? If so, how much longer am I willing to settle for this lifestyle?

I haven't hit rock bottom

I don't live on a park bench and I’m not a 'druggy'.

But that doesn’t mean you haven’t lost your way or you’re not falling to bits. We have this idea that we need to be falling down and lose everything before we address our relationship to drugs and alcohol. But if you’re reading this page then we both know you’re worried about your drinking and that is reason enough to start exploring your relationship with drugs and alcohol. 

Will I stay stuck forever?

‘I’m shit scared,’ ‘I’m not sure if it will help and I fear things will never change,’ ‘I don't want to waste people’s time or burden them with my problems’, ‘I can do it by myself.

I remember back when I walked into my first therapy session, the pit in my stomach felt deeper than the Grand Canyon. I thought I would literally die from bringing up all the pain I carried and it was terrifying as fuck, but not forever. Once you start putting your toe in the water and pulling back the layers of the onion it gets easier. That is why we are going to start by putting in the sound mental foundation to make every brick we lay along the way stronger and more solid.

What if I fail?

If I try and fail, it means that I will be worse off.

The truth is that most of us stumble along the path to sobriety. It’s actually far more normal to fail. Think of how many times the people we glorify as huge successes have failed along the way— Oprah, Elon Musk, Steve Jobs. It’s at these points—these stumbles—that we learn our deepest lessons, that we learn what is working and what isn’t, that we learn about ourselves. The only thing to be scared of is not trying something in the first place. To grow, we must dare to fail. And when we fail, we must look back at where we have come from and remember we are that much further ahead than when we started.

What if I succeed?

I have been, well, me for so many years and who will I be without drugs or alcohol?

They wonder about birthday parties, Christmas, weddings. Not relying on the crutch of alcohol can feel like a scary prospect. But more and more people in our culture are waking up to the reality that drinking is not sophisticated or adult – it’s the opposite. It makes us look like shit, kills our confidence, sucks our time, money and energy. It ruins our health and works against every single goal we set for ourselves. But when we realise that sobriety isn’t something we have to do but something we get to do then we are on the path to discovering real self-confidence that will aid us, real happiness to support it, and you will remember all of it. Just think of this: more energy, more money, more time, better looks, more self-confidence. A life that doesn’t revolve around a bar scene – but authentic connections.

I want it yesterday

I have made the decision to act, now the pain and mess should all go away this instant.

They want the quick fix, that silver bullet because they feel like they have wasted so much time drinking and using drugs they want a new life NOW. The hard truth is, you didn’t get into this situation overnight so it’s going to take some time to change. BUT you don’t have to go the long way round like me because I am going to show you exactly how to build a strong foundation and provide you with the practical tools you need. Just remember this – the best time to plant a tree was 200 years ago. The second best time is right now. So the sooner you start, the easier it is.

I can't afford it

‘I have looked into different recovery options and it all seems to cost so much money,’ ‘Why isn’t this free?’‘Why is the NHS so shit?’

But when they sit back and rationalise it, they realise that they would spend triple the cost on one night out. When I first chose to be sober I’d decided that my mental health didn’t have a price. And since then I have personally spent over £3,000 on therapy but it’s still less than I spent on drugs in one month when things were really bad. And I can tell you for certain my growth has been a better return on investment than the false promises drugs made.

It will only work face to face

How is using Zoom, Skype or some video program going to help? I need to see people face to face for this to work.

I 100% get the desire to want to be in the same room. However, a recent study by a group at Yale University, assessed 137 people struggling with problematic drug and alcohol use. 67% of the participants who completed the web-based programme no longer met the diagnostic criteria for a substance use disorder. So they get the same results, but they also get the convenience of being at home, not having to take time off work and going at their own pace. Lastly, this may sound a bit harsh but it’s not just about them. It’s about me too. And for me to have a bigger impact and help as many people as I do on a daily basis it would not be logistically possible to see everyone face to face.

Dealing with this inner critic and beating our limiting beliefs is no easy task.

It took me years in therapy, reading personal development books, going to countless NA/AA meetings, working out, even doing my degree.

I slowly started to discover the tools that really worked.

They created such a solid mental foundation that I finally stopped:

  • Struggling with drugs and alcohol
  • Going round in circles
  • Spiralling out of control
  • Self-sabotaging
  • Relapsing again and again
  • Disappointing the people around me

Why don’t most people get this? Because they are chaotically running from one thing to the next looking for the ONE thing that will work.

No matter how far they get they always destroy it all. Because the silver bullet does not exist!

But learning the right foundation tools is the unspoken truth of all people who can say enough is enough and know when not to drink.

Yes, they are tools because they can be taught.

We can learn to remove willpower from the equation and create habits that produce lasting change – consistently!

The foundational tools allow you to:

  • Break the habit and understand yourself better so you can achieve a healthy lifestyle.
  • Find positive coping mechanisms so you can control yourself more and ensure you can maintain it.
  • Noticing the triggers and eliminating cravings so you can turn stress into calm and start to feel normal again.
  • Earn the trust back with your partner, family and friends so you can feel closer and more secure.

If people who spent years in addiction can learn how to do it, so can you.


The Foundation programme is an instant access online video course which teaches you 7 crucial tools to consistently build the right habits that create a rock-solid mental foundation.

What You'll Learn

  • Lasting Change: Break old habits and create a healthier future
  • Meditation: The path to inner peace
  • Journaling: An emotional relief
  • Exercise: The natural endorphin
  • Counselling: Find your true self
  • Connection: Master how to communicate
  • Meaning: A life beyond addiction
  • Focus: Direct Your Attention
  • What’s Next: Your Biggest Growth Is Ahead Of You

It is rapid – 9 videos only 30 minutes with no fluff or long drawn out complex theories.
It is practical – It gives you simple tactics and practical tools you can use today.
It is focused – It points you in the right direction so you can set yourself up to win in your recovery.

Lasting Change: Break old habits and create a healthier future

What You’ll Learn

  • How to spot your current habits from a mile away even if you’re running completely on autopilot right now.
  • Overcome the instant hit and reward mechanism by discovering the truth behind your thoughts.
  • Discover the reasons for unhealthy behaviour using a simple reframe that will provoke profound change.
  • How to integrate new habits into your life using this simple unknown skill even if you struggle to stay consistent.
  • Advanced tips to create new pathways in the brain even if you don’t know where to start.
  • One shift that will change the way you look at self-sabotaging and failure so you can keep going without feeling defeated.
  • And much more…

Meditation: The path to inner peace

What You’ll Learn

  • The No 1 skill to shift your state of mind even if you wake up feeling sad or with a negative mindset.
  • The single biggest mistake made by people trying to meditate. Most people give up because they have never figured this out.
  • The secret tool to start rewiring your brain around anxiety and unhook from worry.
  • An ancient story that will take the idea of meditation from woo-woo to a practical, actionable skill you can instantly implement to make better choices.
  • How to motivate yourself to meditate and have realistic, clear expectations every time you sit down.
  • Learn to break free from the chains of your thoughts so you can look at your own story and behaviour more objectively.
  • The exact steps I personally recommend so you can hit the ground running and get started today.
  • And much more…

Journaling: An emotional relief

What You’ll Learn

  • Get an overview of your behaviour so you can pinpoint why you act in certain ways.
  • The 3 types of journaling you need to know, their benefits and how to choose the right one for you.
  • A 100-year-old technique to get relief from your dark thoughts and lessen the power they hold over you.
  • This helpful tool enables you to be more calm and composed.
  • The exact journal routine I use and how it has kept me stay sober for over 5 years.
  • A fundamental tool to see things in a more positive light even if you have a very strong inner critic and find it hard to shake it off.
  • How to process deep emotions and pain you have been carrying for years even if you have never written a journal before.
  • A simple technique to notice the advice you give others so you can act on it for yourself.
  • How to get an emotional release in just 5 minutes a day even if you hate writing.
  • And much more…

Exercise: The natural endorphin

What You’ll Learn

  • How to make exercise a priority even if you find it overwhelming.
  • Why most people shrug off exercise and why it’s a critical pillar in your recovery to relieving stress.
  • From chore to fun – how to shift your mindset around exercise even if you have never loved it in the past.
  • How to use exercise to channel your addictive tendencies and cope better in everyday life.
  • Discover why exercise is the gateway to self-care and how to reap its benefits.
  • The real reason exercise lowers your emotional distress and how it changes your brain’s biochemistry.
  • A quick hack to make time drift away even if you normally clock watch when you exercise.
  • And much more…

Counselling: Find your true self

What You’ll Learn

  • How to master the relationship with yourself so you can give from your overflow and improve the relationship with those around you.
  • Discover why most people try the wrong therapy and learn the 4 pillars you need to know to choose the best therapist for you.
  • How to use the space created in therapy to relieve the guilt and feel free and aligned.
  • Uncover how mental change actually occurs and how therapy can help you get to the root of the problem.
  • How to use therapy to buy time and rebuild the bridge to love and connection with your loved ones.
  • Learn the truth of what happens in a counselling session and why talking to friends and family will never be enough.
  • How therapy allows you to cope with triggers and emotional fluctuation so you can rudder your own ship.
  • And much more…

Connection: Master how to communicate

What You’ll Learn

  • How to stop sabotaging your relationships even if you are attached to what other people think.
  • Know who your true friends are, master social events and forge better relationships.
  • Uncover the 3 levels of relationships and why most people go their whole life feeling unloved and never getting their needs met.
  • Learn the benefits of healthy communication to rebuild the bridges with your loved ones, This one technique will put you in a position to better get your needs met and truly understand the needs of others.
  • Discover this simple technique to determine who are the right people to spend your time with and who is holding you back.
  • Know when people are on the same wavelength and discover how to find a mentor.
  • And much more…

Meaning: A life beyond addiction

What You’ll Learn

  • How to become clear on the next steps and escape the pain of going the long way round.
  • Find a bigger cause to believe in so you can achieve the personal goals you set yourself.
  • This tool will help you form a more positive mindset towards the future even if you have had a dark past.
  • Start moving in the right direction so you can design a life aligned with your core values.
  • Learn how to craft a realistic vision for the future to start building a life beyond addiction.
  • And much more…

Focus: Direct your attention

What You’ll Learn

  • How to recognise what is good for you and change your thoughts to help you act on it.
  • A simple tool to dissolve the illusion of stress by learning how to stop fighting reality and become more accepting.
  • Discover the part of the brain that controls all your behaviour to become more aware of your situation so you can make more informed choices.
  • Focus on the right habits to stay on track and create more alignment in the future.
  • And much more…

What's Next: Your biggest growth is shead of you

What You’ll Learn

  • How to get the most out of this programme and compound the positive effects.
  • What to do to ensure you have a solid foundation in place – this will enable you to create lasting change.
  • My recommended advice on where to go next and how your biggest growth is ahead of you.
  • And much more…

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is It dangerous to stop drinking?

There is a difference between being a problem drinker and a dependant drinker. A dependant drinker is physically dependant on drink because their alcohol consumption is extremely high on a daily basis. This only makes up a small part of the drinking population and most people who are negatively affected by their drinking, are problem drinkers. They can go days, weeks or even months without consuming alcohol if they wish to. If they refrain from drinking, withdrawal symptoms will be mild or often non-existent. Some drink daily, others binge. For the most part, they are successful in other areas of life but drinking is a clear problem. I myself held down a good job, had a roof over my head and never got arrested or picked up a DUI etc. But ultimately it is not how much you drink but if you feel drinking or using drugs is having a negative impact on your life. If this is you then this programme is right for you.

Who is this course for?

Anyone who feels their drinking or drug use has become a problem in their life. You may be functioning at a very successful level in other areas of your life and have a job, partner, kids etc. But you know something isn’t right and your drinking is having an impact and you’re sick of waking up full of guilt. So if you want a road map to building the solid foundation of recovery and you’re willing to take the action to implement the tools, then go for it. But if you are looking for a quick fix or a silver bullet then this may not be right for you.

Do I need to be sober or abstinent before I start?

No, at no point will you be told to quit drinking or using drugs. This program is built around the understanding that willpower has a 95% chance of failure when it comes to quitting drinking. This programme will give you the tools to create a solid psychological foundation so you can make decisions with clarity.

How do you protect my privacy?

Everything about the programme is private, confidential, and discreet. Your data will be held in accordance with the Data Protection Act. Your personal details are safe. We never sell or rent data to any other company.

How successful is this?

Lisa Inside Addiction has an excellent rating on Trustpilot from all my clients. However, this is not a magic pill and just watching the videos is not enough. You need to put in the work and action to get the results you are looking for.

Have any more questions?

No problem. Please reach out and I will answer anything you need – [email protected]

Start Before You’re Ready

We spend so many years of our life drinking and using drugs – chasing our tail.

I remember hearing about my mum going round in this maddening circle.

But unfortunately, she never made it. She died from addiction when I was 10, but she also gave me the greatest gift.

I discovered this when I realised her life was not an example, it was the lesson.

This one shift took me from an emotionally dead drug addict to now living a life of fulfilment.

So I want you to really think about this.

Do you want to wake up tomorrow with drink or drugs still in your life and keep trying random tactics?

Or are you ready to learn these foundational tools that will set you on the right path and put you in a position to make more educated choices?

You see there’s no perfect time to stop drinking or using drugs. Making that change doesn’t have a start date. But it does have an end date!

There is always something that is going to be on the horizon that seems like a good reason to put your sobriety on hold. Whether it’s a celebration, a holiday, a painful event or a big change. Life will continue to provide us with endless justifications.

Some people give in and choose to be stuck.

Some choose to build a solid foundation to manage the uncertainty of change.

So if you’ve made it this far, you’re in the right place.

Now it’s time for you to decide.

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