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Questions That Will Change Your Life
Our questions determine the quality of our life and that is no BS! If you are having a shitty time and can't get off the treadmill of clusterfucks...
What's your Vision for your Future Self?
A massive part of my success in quitting booze was having a clear vision of who I wanted to be, not the person I was waking up hating. I switched ...
The Three A's
Acceptance: Can you get to place in your life where you can accept your flaws, your past and that certain things in life (like alcohol) don't ser...
10 Reasons a Daily Practice is So Good For You
1. Structure makes us feel good. We are creatures of habit and from the beginning of our lives we need structure and routine to thrive. Without h...
Changing Your Beliefs
One of the keys to my sobriety journey was changing the beliefs I had about myself. That I needed alcohol to socialise, or I needed it when I was ...
The Power of Acceptance
It can be so hard to learn to love and accept our flaws and weaknesses but without accepting them how can we change them? Take some time to be wi...
Sitting With Your Feelings
Most of us repress our negative feelings in order to function in normal life allowing us to soldier on and “get the job done”. However, when this...
What is Your Spiritual Practice?
Whether you are thinking of joining a 12 step programme, getting sober coaching, or consulting with a drug and alcohol counsellor, most if not all...
The Power of "No"
How many times do we say YES when we really want to say NO? Some of the reasons I said yes in the past to many things (not just drinking) were: ...
Deciding 'It's Easy'
Sometimes, you just need to decide that it’s easy. Just to be clear, we’re not claiming that quitting alcohol will be without its struggles, but m...
Practicing mindfulness is a super powerful tool to keep you on track with sobriety and to help keep anxiety and your emotional state in check. W...
Mental Rehearsals - Time to Picture Your Alcohol-Free Future
When I first quit alcohol, one of the biggest drivers for me was not wanting to ever go back to where I was before. The self hatred, the “hangxiet...
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