This week, we’re talking about having a good time! Do you sometimes catch yourself blaming someone or something else when you're not enjoying yourself? We all have certain activities we don't like doing, or that we've told ourselves that we either can't do or won't enjoy; but what we often don't realize is how much power we give to the drink in our hand when it comes to having a good time.
When it comes to your personal enjoyment of anything, most of you think you either inherently enjoy an activity, or you don't. If you understand the think-feel-act cycle, you might have guessed by now that that isn't quite how it works.
Join me this week as we explore the role of dopamine in your brain and teach you how to challenge your thinking when you're struggling to have a good time. I also explain the ways in which you might be hindering your progress when it comes to changing your drinking – especially if you're struggling to enjoy yourself with a glass in your hand!
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What You'll Learn from this Episode:
- Why reaching for a drink is comforting in social situations.
- The role of dopamine in your brain.
- Understanding the real power of your own thinking in creating enjoyment.
- Why you need to take responsibility of your own enjoyment.
- How to unleash more freedom by challenging your thinking.
- 4 questions to ask to help create enjoyment for yourself.
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