What if you were asked to go 90 days without alcohol? Does this sound scary? If so, this episode is for you. You may not be a candidate for AA meetings, but that doesn’t mean alcohol isn’t an issue for you. Kate B of the Sober School talks about the myths we tell ourselves to make drinking acceptable. Do you use your booze for liquid courage or to make social outings more enjoyable? Or how about that long and stressful day and “needing” a glass of wine? Learn if alcohol is something you should cut back on, or cut out completely and some tips to get started. This episode puts our habits into question and puts a different lens on something that is socially acceptable, but should it be?
Kate Bee is the founder of The Sober School, a website dedicated to helping women navigate sobriety without feeling deprived or miserable. The Sober School provides modern, inspiring and accessible support for high-functioning women who are fed up with drinking too much. Kate’s mission is to remove the stigma, misinformation and fear that surrounds addiction. Her work is informed by her own struggle with alcohol and her determination to recover outside of AA and the 12-step system. Kate drew on her own experience to create an online coaching program, Getting Unstuck. The course helps women understand why they really drink, so they can change their relationship with alcohol for good. Kate is also a freelance journalist. She lives near Manchester in the UK.
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