There's lots of ways and ideas out there to get rid of an alcohol addiction, and here is one example of a way, back by research. If you're struggling with an addiction, you need to see this: In 2014, An organisation named "Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)" helped more than 10 million individuals achieve sobriety by breaking down a bad habit into three parts. The first is the cue—what triggers the action? Passing by a liquor store? Partying with friends? The second is the action itself—drinking the liquor. The third is the reward for doing that action. Here's where it becomes interesting: AA asked one question to all addicts—"Why do you drink?" The response was overwhelmingly because of relaxation purposes and comfort. Then, they helped come up with different ways to achieve the relaxation and comfort. They were restraining themselves from the reward, just redirecting the action! I got this from Charles Duhigg's book, The Power of Habit. You should read it too—it breaks down bad habits. Guys—for those who have achieved sobriety or are trying to, what are your opinions?