August 9, 2019

Find Your Sober Tribe

Welcome to the new social network to help people find likeminded friends around the world.

I have been helping people to quit drinking for nearly a decade now. One common question I get is ‘how do I socialize without drinking.’ The truth is a lot of the people you previously labeled ‘friend’ were just people who also drank alcohol – that was the beginning and end of your connection.

It can be a little scary at first because being sober means various aspects of your life are going to change. Your social life is one of them. Often people end up with less ‘friends’ but better quality friendships.

However, making new friends in adult life is not always easy. As we get older, we get more cynical and are suspicious of someone who appears to want to be our friend. Our guard goes up, and we wonder ‘what does this person really want from me’?

Find Sober Friends
Find Sober Friends is where you find your sober tribe. People who don’t need alcohol at the center of their world to feel comfortable. Here you can connect on a deeper level about the things in your life you are really passionate about.

You will find sober photography nuts, sober tennis fans, sober golfers, and sober ‘everything you love’. is a completely new concept, and as such, the database is pretty small at the moment. But please stick around, be an active user and help us grow our community of happy sober people.

Membership is 100% free of charge.

Click here to set up your free profile now.


  • Craig Beck ABNLP. ABHYP. DHYP. ICS

    Craig Beck has been an alcohol cessation therapist for twelve years. He has helped over 200,000 people using his personal experience and professional training in the field of addiction recovery.

    After struggling with his alcohol addiction, Craig went on a journey of self-discovery and learning, studying the underlying causes of alcohol addiction and how to overcome it. He has since become a board-certified Master Practitioner of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming), The American Board of Hypnotherapy certified therapist, and an ICS-certified life coach specializing in alcohol addiction recovery.

    Craig's personal experience with alcohol addiction gives him a unique perspective on the challenges of quitting drinking. He understands the emotional and psychological factors contributing to addiction and knows how to help people overcome them.

    In addition, Craig's formal training and certifications provide him with the knowledge and skills to develop effective strategies and techniques for addiction recovery. The Stop Drinking Expert approach to alcohol addiction uses a unique combination of CBT techniques and NLP reframing.

    Craig's qualifications are evident in his successful track record helping people quit drinking. Craig Beck is the author of several alcohol addiction books, such as "Alcohol Lied to Me" and "The Alcohol Illusion".

    His website,, provides a comprehensive guide on how to quit drinking, including practical tips, strategies, and resources for recovery.

    Overall, Craig Beck's expertise, authoritativeness, and trustworthiness are evident in his work, making him a reliable and trustworthy mentor and coach for your addiction recovery.

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