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The Good Drinker: How I Learned to Love Drinking Less

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Discover the captivating origins and hidden meanings of the flags that we all know today in this sparkling tour through this universal subject! Secrecy came naturally to John le Carré, and there were some secrets that he fought fiercely to keep, nowhere more so than in his private life. Seemingly content in his marriage, the novelist conducted a string of love affairs over four decades. To keep these relationships secret, he made use of tradecraft that he had learned as a spy: code names and cover stories, cut outs, safe houses and dead letter boxes. Resolve not to drink anything that you’ve been guilted into drinking. I’ve taken a solemn oath never again to be pressured into having a drink.

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It’s safe to say that Adrian used to drink too much – as he freely admits himself. Over the last few years he has cut down significantly though, as he tells in the personal chapters of the book which cover his whole drinking life, from his first teenage beers to today. But he has no wish or intention to quit completely. He still enjoys some drinks, but not others; this is a big theme for him.

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Remember that if Christmas is great for you, it’s probably because you’re with your loved ones and people you like who you’ve not seen for a while. It’s not because you’ve drunk so much. Don’t give alcohol all the credit.” We want our comments to be a lively and valuable part of our community - a place where readers can debate and engage with the most important local issues. The ability to comment on our stories is a privilege, not a right, however, and that privilege may be withdrawn if it is abused or misused.

I chose not to lose the booze completely, says reformed

In terms of advice on cutting down, he says ultimately it’s about being mindful. “The main thing is to count units, and not judge yourself. Use an app like Drink Less. Don’t judge yourself, don’t worry yourself stupid, just monitor it.”This was a very interesting read. I think there’s a lot of value in a book that recognises that for most people, total abstinence from alcohol is not a realistic decision, given societal reliance on it in social situations.

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