Why Isn't tapping taught the 1st day?

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  • #17945

    Participant

    Since tapping helps to reduce or stop alcohol cravings, why isn’t it taught on the first day?

  • #19036

    Participant

    i thought the same thing. I skipped ahead in the book to find it…

  • #19630

    Participant

    I thought the same thing today.

  • #19914

    Participant

    I agree…I too skipped ahead & don’t understand why it’s not in the first chapter….having some issues with some of the solutions..on day 6 so far

  • #19979

    Participant

    I saw on page 84 in the book, which is still the Day 3 solutions, where it suggests to jump to Day 13 to learn about tapping. So when I was thinking of what my “Quit Drinking Strategy” might be, I thought jumping ahead to learn about tapping could be part of my strategy. So I just read Day 13 (I’ll go back to 4 and pick up where I left off), and I watched the demonstration video of it on this website, Day 13. Interesting stuff. My post may sound a bit confusing, I know, but hopefully not too confusing. Bottom line, I’m still alc-free … and my face feels thinner!

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    Participant

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  • #19983

    Participant

    Funny after trying willpower – not so successfully for many years the way I found this book was by googling Tapping and alcohol.
    I’ve successfully used this program to reduce and control – I did 39 days the first time (Mar. 2017) and have certainly reduced and 95% controlled my drinking however 95% control is not enough. I haven’t done anything drastic that 5% of the time, simply drank too much and missed out on festivities (a wedding) by not remembering (okay blackout) and having to retire early, and that haunts me in such a way that I am determined to never allow that to occur again. So I am now on day 8 of a 66 days (since I read that 66 days is significant in making or breaking a habit). Ideally I will go longer than 66 days but that is my goal right now. Best wishes to you all!!

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