By Gabrielle Glaser
In the 1st e-book to rfile that American ladies are consuming extra usually than ever, and in ever-larger amounts, journalist Gabrielle Glaser explores the explanations at the back of this hiding-in-plain-sight epidemic—and why the most typical therapy for it, enrollment in AA, is especially ineffective.
What’s the very first thing many ladies do once they move domestic? Make a touch for the white wine within the refrigerator.
In Her Best-Kept mystery, journalist Gabrielle Glaser uncovers this hidden-in-plain-sight ingesting epidemic—but doesn’t reason you to cringe in alarm. She is the 1st to rfile that American ladies are ingesting extra frequently than ever and in ever higher amounts. and he or she is the 1st to teach that opposite to the impact fostered by way of fact indicates and Gossip woman, younger women on my own should not riding those statistics—their mothers and grandmothers are, too. yet Glaser doesn’t wag a finger. in its place, in a humorous and delicate voice, Glaser appears to be like on the roots of the matter, explores the unusual background of girls and alcohol in the US, drills into the rising and counterintuitive technology approximately that courting, and asks: Are ladies relatively getting the assistance they want? Is it attainable again from past the sipping aspect and boost a fit courting with the bottle?
Glaser finds that, for plenty of ladies, becoming a member of Alcoholics nameless isn't the answer—it is a part of the matter. She exhibits that as scientists and overall healthiness pros examine extra approximately women’s specific reactions to alcohol, they're arising with new and better techniques to over the top consuming. In that feel, Glaser deals smooth strategies to a really glossy challenge.
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Down the hatch. But let’s be clear: The trigger is usually quite simple. It is evening itself. The worry festers. Do I have a problem? Am I some sort of lush? • • • Today’s excess imbibing is only the latest sharp swing in America’s complex relationship with alcohol. I wondered how, exactly, did our cultural icons go from the saloon destroyer Carry Nation to the Cosmopolitan-sipping Carrie Bradshaw in just a couple of generations? How had we gotten from abstinence crusades to Girls Gone Wild and, for women a few years older, furtive trips to the dump?
Not long after World War II, in a desperate attempt to introduce their product to Americans, vintners turned to Lucille Ball as a pitch woman. An ad in Life magazine shows Lucy with a frozen expression somewhere between a wince and a pained smile, clutching a highball full of California Burgundy over giant ice cubes. ” Lucy helped move a lot of products, from cigarettes to face cream, but even she couldn’t convince consumers to buy wine. The ad had a brief career. Harvey Posert, one of the industry’s first marketers, says Americans were deeply skeptical of wine as a routine refreshment.
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Her Best-Kept Secret: Why Women Drink-And How They Can Regain Control by Gabrielle Glaser