Tag: Alcohol

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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Alcohol the Wonder Drug

Neon Bar Sign Alcohol the Wonder Drug

Happy Hour is our celebrated transition from work to play. Daily drinking has become so normalized that alcohol was deemed essential during the Covid lockdown, and we replaced the workday’s end visit to the bar, with Virtual Happy Hour online. We drink alcohol to connect and to disconnect, to ease our transition from work to

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Breaking Free of Cravings for Alcohol with Mindfulness

Breaking free of Handcuffs reprenting alcohol cravings

I used to think that my alcohol cravings had power over me. Before I stopped drinking and got some sober momentum going, if you had told me that with mindfullness I could shut down those cravings and the physical anxiety they carried with them, I would have known that you had never really needed alcohol

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How I Went Sober During the Covid19 Lockdown

Pink shoes on happy woman who went sober during Covid19

I’ve read that alcohol consumption in the United States, Australia, and the U.K has increased significantly during the Covid19 lockdown. They even say that the resulting problems from drinking during the pandemic could result in increased damage for a generation. With bars and restaurants closed, alcohol has been deemed an essential item: it can be

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