Holiday Activity Will See An Increase In Parties Associated With Drinking

Top Quote Randy Haveson, Author Of Party With A Plan Offers A Code For Safe Holiday Drinking. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) December 04, 2015 - The traditional holiday season has started with busy traveling, parties, and get-togethers. It is also a period of time that sees heavy alcohol consumption by Americans, the heaviest of any time in the year.

    "During the holiday season people are drinking for numerous reasons," said Randy Haveson, M.A., author of the Party With A Plan book series. "It is imperative that if you are drinking that you have a plan so as not to endanger yourself and others."

    Haveson, a noted speaker and consultant has written the Party With A Plan book series (publisher -Blooming Twig Books ) after years of developing programs that deal with alcohol abuse on college campuses. His programs and books present a common sense approach to drinking. The programs developed by Haveson realize that "Just Say No" doesn't work for everyone.

    Components of Party With A Plan are:
    Who are you going out with? Who are you meeting later on?
    What are you planning to do? Do you have the details in mind before you leave your room?
    Where are you going? Is it random or do you have a plan? Do others know the location in case they need to reach you?
    If you're planning to drink, do you know your limit? The majority of people who get in trouble with alcohol go over their limit.
    Why are you drinking? Are you blowing off steam, looking to relax, or drinking to escape? Knowing why you're drinking can help you avoid trouble and additional problems.
    How are you getting home? Know this before you go out! Is your driver planning to drink? If so, make sure you have an alternate ride home.

    From those components come his code that is as simple as 0-1-2-3 which aspects are:
    0- Sometimes 0 is your best option.
    1- No more than 1 drink per hour.
    2- Limit your drinking to no more than two times per week.
    3- No more than 3 drinks in one day.

    Randy Haveson s a 25 year veteran in the field of addiction with extensive experience as a treatment center counselor and Director of Health & Alcohol Education at highly accredited universities. Hitting the stage internationally, Randy is a welcomed speaker that exudes raw energy fueled magnetic charisma and the reliability of a best friend.

    Randy Haveson, M.A. has been working in the counseling field since 1986. Since 1991 Randy has worked in and around higher education. He became the coordinator of health education programs on three university campuses around the country. His programs have received national recognition for their innovation and effectiveness in reaching college students.

    In 1999 Randy became a full time professional speaker & consultant. He has spoken and consulted with students and professionals on dozens of campuses, including The University of Notre Dame, Brown University, and Johns Hopkins University. His innovative alcohol education program has been featured on CNN Headline News, Fox News Network, The Ricki Lake show, and on numerous radio stations across the country.

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