Jan 22, 2021
From shots and beers after shift at her summer job working in a bar to what she considered sophisticated wine drinking in her twenties, Jill describes herself as a sloppy drunk. Then the blackouts started. For a long time, people excused Jill’s drinking -- she was coping with her sick mother, then her mother’s death six months before her wedding -- in fact, people encouraged her to drink in order to cope. The guilt over not being able to breastfeed her newborn made things even worse and Jill was drinking a magnum bottle of wine every night. This Naked Mind helped Jill see how the person she was as a drinker didn’t align with the values of the person she wanted to be. Find out how she chooses to be her best self and the profound, tangible way she practices self-compassion.
Hi, it's Annie Grace. I wanted to interrupt this podcast, I guess the end of this podcast, to say that if you are totally serious about actually truly and forevermore transforming your relationship with alcohol, really leaving it behind in the rear view mirror for once and forever more, and changing your psychology about it, we have a program called The PATH that is created specifically for you. Now it's not for you if you are still dabbling or still trying to figure out where you want to be or maybe even still want to moderate.
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