Shake free of the stories that you’re telling yourself that are creating negative results for you right now.
The important distinction between cues and triggers and which word is more suitable in a particular situation.
If you're going to change your drinking, you'll need to disprove thoughts holding you back.
People-pleasing, the toll takes on you, and how it can get in the way of taking a break from drinking.
If taking a break from drinking leaves you feeling like you’re sitting at the kids’ table, it’s time to look at your beliefs around alcohol and what makes things fancy or sophisticated.
Become an observer of your thoughts and emotions and begin changing them to help you take a break from drinking in a sustainable way.
Many people know that their drinking habit is creating negative results in their life, but they can’t bring themselves to sit down and write out any of the exercises I teach because they've fallen into the trap of believing that putting something on paper makes it "real."
Saying no to a drink is easy; the real challenge lies in dealing with the discomfort of an unanswered urge.
Explore the ins and outs of the “in-between” time: the place where you’re shedding one identity and beginning to create a new one. Why you need to learn how to navigate it, and how you can get started.