If you’ve ever woken up and found yourself in a spiral of self-loathing and recrimination after a night of drinking more than you intended, then you'll know how hard it can be to stop beating yourself up.
Sometimes the shame and guilt can last for days, long after the physical side effects have worn off. Even though beating yourself up feels terrible, most people believe that it serves an important purpose: keeping you in line.
Join me as I explain why you beat yourself up, the detrimental effect is has on you, and why beating yourself up is doing more to keep you stuck than to change your actions. Tune in to find out how you can stop beating yourself up so that you can understand why you sometimes drink more than you want and how to change this habit.
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What You'll Learn from this Episode:
- What you’re really doing to yourself when you’re beating yourself up.
- How we learned to beat ourselves up and why it's important to understand.
- Why telling yourself that beating yourself up isn't a big deal is actually a big problem.
- Why you experience self-loathing after a night that didn’t go the way you planned.
- How you can start practicing doing something different (and why loving yourself is not the answer).