This Naked Mind Launches Unprecedented Program for Anyone Wanting Help Around Alcohol, Anxiety, Fear

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TNM Connection is for anyone who is drinking; it’s also for anyone who isn’t drinking but wishes they were; and, it’s for anyone who’s feeling on edge. Whether or not people are simply thinking about alcohol or actually consuming it, TNM Connection offers tools to help quiet their minds, quiet some of their fears, and teach them how to take a breath and find a moment of peace any time they need it.

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Right now, people are afraid, but they have a choice. They can run and hide, or they can embrace the opportunity to show up and ask the right questions. In this isolating time, we need connection now more than ever; we don’t want anyone to feel alone.

Just because the liquor stores are staying open, you don’t have to drink. Just because you got invited to five virtual “quarantini” happy hours in your friends’ Zoom rooms this week, you don’t have to drink. Just because social media makes it feel like absolutely everyone is boozing 24/7 to survive the COVID-19 pandemic, you don’t have to drink.

That’s what This Naked Mind (TNM) wants people to know. And, it’s the reason a brand new free program called TNM Connection launched earlier this week. TNM Connection is for anyone who is drinking. It’s also for anyone who isn’t drinking but wishes they were. And, it’s for anyone who’s feeling on edge. Whether or not people are simply thinking about alcohol or actually consuming it, TNM Connection offers tools to help quiet their minds, quiet some of their fears, and teach them how to take a breath and find a moment of peace any time they need it.

“Alcohol sales are skyrocketing right now,” says Annie Grace, founder of This Naked Mind and author of This Naked Mind: Control Alcohol, Find Freedom, Discover Happiness & Change Your Life and The Alcohol Experiment: A 30-day, Alcohol-Free Challenge to Interrupt Your Habits and Help You Take Control. “People are day drinking like never before, starting with vodka in their morning coffee. Why? Because they’re doing the best they can with the tools they have. As a society, we have traditionally used alcohol to manage fear and anxiety.”

TNM Connection offers science-based methods that really work. Naked Mind certified coaches are volunteering their time daily for hours of live group coaching. And, they’ll continue for as long as it’s needed. This is a program like no other, because we’re experiencing a challenge like none we’ve ever seen before.

“Right now, people are afraid, but they have a choice,” says Annie Grace. “They can run and hide, or they can embrace the opportunity to show up and ask the right questions. In this isolating time, we need connection now more than ever; we don’t want anyone to feel alone.”

Unlike most “stop drinking” programs, TNM Connection isn’t just about alcohol. The TNM ACT Technique helps people find peace in so many different areas of their lives. No matter what they may be feeling, people can pinpoint a thought or belief and make a positive change within minutes. There’s no judgment, shame, or blame. Just compassion and connection.

Those who wish to explore this invaluable yet free resource are invited to visit TNM Connection to learn more and join.

About This Naked Mind
Founded by Annie Grace in 2015, This Naked Mind (TNM) helps people end the conflict between their desire to drink less and their unconscious belief that alcohol is beneficial, Annie Grace overcame a decade of drinking by revamping her own relationship with alcohol. Today she helps others across the globe do the same - the 200,000+ people who’ve bought her books, the 350,000+ people who receive daily emails from her, the listeners who’ve downloaded her This Naked Mind Podcast episodes more than 4 million times, and the 110,000+ people who’ve gone through her free program, The Alcohol Experiment. Rather than teaching people how to be sober, TNM takes away the desire to drink. And, the approach helps people where rehabs have not. Join TNM on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest.

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