On today’s episode, Annie Grace talks with Irene, a police officer, wife, and mum from England. Now more than a year into her life without alcohol, Irene talks about how her drinking went from nothing extreme as a teenager to a bad habit of big drinking sessions on her days off from work and, ultimately, progressed into a coping mechanism for dealing with sadness and grief after having a stillborn child. Irene and Annie talk about human pain and emotion and how we suffer as well as the awkwardness and fun of sober dancing.
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Highlights of Irene's Naked Life
- From regular drinking to drinking sessions
- Alcohol to deal with pain and grief
- Blackouts and Brain Tumors
- Beginning Irene’s Naked Life
- Getting through the awkwardness
- Look For The Rainbows
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Irene’s Naked Life is a beautiful one! Tune into the complete podcast to hear it all!
Special music thank you to the Kevin MacLeod Funkorama (incompetech.com)
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