8 Best Sober Solutions For Women You Need To Know

Alcohol use disorders cause people to drink excessively, putting themselves and others in danger.  This fact sheet with questions and answers describes alcoholism and how psychologists and coaches can help people recover.  For many people, consuming alcohol is perceived as a pleasurable way to unwind. People with alcohol use problems, on the other hand, drink…

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Tips for Telling Your Friends You Don’t Drink Anymore

Navigating your social life when you initially decide to stop drinking can be problematic, especially if alcohol has traditionally played a significant role in your life.  But following a mindset change around alcohol it is important to get out and back to going out if you want to do so.  This will build new neural…

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Tips On How To Drink Without Getting Drunk

Weddings, birthdays, and other celebrations are just a few examples of places when you would want to have a drink without slurring your words or repeating the same narrative for the 20th time.  On the other hand, if you drank too much last night and are now experiencing symptoms all over your body, you might…

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10 Weeks No Alcohol: 6 Positive Effects

If you want to live a life that is happier and healthier, where you are free to do the things you want to do, and you can do everything that you want to do, then you probably have to learn how to cut out alcohol.  Most of our clients are high-performing and successful women, and…

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“Why Do I Lie When I Drink?”: Understanding Why Alcoholics Lie 

If you have developed an alcohol addiction, you may notice that you behave differently than usual.  Problematic physical and behavioral changes, such as avoidance, defensiveness, and lying, are common indicators of alcoholism and alcohol use disorder.  Lying to loved ones is a prevalent symptom of alcohol addiction and other substance use disorders.  You may be…

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Booze Up For Good Mood: Why Alcohol Makes Me Feel Normal

The initial sip of wine or beer causes changes in two brain chemicals quickly. Many of the impacts of alcohol on our thoughts, feelings, and coordination are orchestrated by these.  Alcohol is a psychoactive substance, which means it may drastically alter how we think and feel, even if we don’t always recognize it as such. …

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Cutting Down Alcohol Consumption At Home

As they have said, everything starts at home, so if you are trying to stop binge drinking, you definitely need to start at home.  Introducing the dry house! If you want to quit drinking but are unable to stop for any other reason, this might be for you, so just keep on reading to know…

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