Ever feel like you have a split personality when it comes to drinking? One part of you wishes you didn't drink so much, yet you find yourself saying yes over and over again despite the negative consequences.
You might think that this tug-of-war is a sign that something is wrong with you, but nothing could be further from the truth. What you are witnessing is the competing desires found in two different parts of your brain.
Tune in and find out why the human brain is uniquely equipped to change habits and why it feels as if you are at odds with yourself when it comes to drinking.
You won’t want to miss this opportunity to understand why your brain works the way it does and how you can use this information to create meaningful change in your life.
Listen to the Full Episode:
What You'll Learn from this Episode:
- Whether the urge to drink is inherently uncomfortable.
- What creates discomfort when it comes to urges.
- Why you feel drawn to alcohol even when it’s not serving you.
- The two parts of your brain that govern your actions.
- Why habits are difficult to change without understanding your brain.
- How the human brain is uniquely equipped to change habits.
Featured on the Show:
- The Big Sick – movie
- Episode 26: Turning Discomfort into Chaos
- Download Your Complete Picture, a 360-degree assessment to change your drinking
- Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org