The think, feel, act cycle affects everything we do. In order to understand how to use it to change your drinking and reduce your desire, you must first understand the role of your thoughts.
Changing your drinking does take effort, but there’s a huge (unexpected) benefit waiting for you on the other side.
What really happens when you "fall off the wagon" and why this phrase can undermine your commitment to change your drinking.
Why it's important to question your thoughts, the ones that you hold on to as the “truth,” to determine whether or not they are holding you back from achieving your goals.
Discover how you can get the complete picture surrounding your drinking and gain a new perspective beneficial to positive change.
Listen in as I explain why so many of us use pouring a drink to hide from perfectionism and people pleasing and why it’s so difficult to cut back.
What deprivation is all about, what creates it, and why you don’t have to constantly tell yourself, “I’m just going to have to live with this for the rest of my life”
The sticking points of cutting back when we focus on the past and what we can do to “change our past.”
Why it’s so important to examine how alcohol is helping us in our daily lives and how we use it to “solve” our problems quickly and easily.