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Learning from the Stop – Start Cycle and Dealing with Alcohol Cravings

It’s interesting that after weeks or months of living alcohol free, the commitment that people put in to stop drinking, starts to fade. The negatives of alcohol are easily forgotten when you start to feel better, mentally and physically. When the inevitable boredom or stress of life begins to arise after a stint of sobriety,

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How to NOT open a Bottle at Wine o’Clock

Did you know that women are more susceptible to alcohol addiction than men? All of the cutesy Wine o’Clock, Mommy’s Juice, memes that pop up on social media stop being so cute when you read that since 2000, among women in particular, high-risk drinking has increased 60 percent while alcohol use disorder or what is traditionally

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Blowing Away the Illusion of the Need for Alcohol

Wine Glass with Dandelion Fluff Have you Had Enough Drinking Alcohol

Have you had enough? Do you feel like you need to drink or want to drink but have had enough hungover mornings? Enough anxiety? Enough groundhog days and groundhog nights? Enough alcohol? When was “enough” finally enough for me? Regretfully far too many years were wasted when I already knew the answer to the question

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Mothering my Wild Inner Child – Taming Cravings When you Stop Drinking

Mothering my Inner Child- Silencing Alcoho Cravings when you Stop Drinking

I’m stronger than my cravingsThey’re misinformedHaving been given incorrect informationIt’s not my faultI did my best in the situation I know better nowBut my cravings drive me mad at timesWanting that wine Like a little girlCharging around my house at nightShe’s cold and wants to play with matches to get warmShe’s prepared to argueAnd fightShe

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