EP 305: Naked Life Story – Wendy

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The first time Wendy got drunk, she was 15 years old. She vomited on a police officer and her parents. In college and law school her drinking looked like everyone else’s – partying once or twice a week, bingeing from time to time. Casual drinking didn’t begin until she started practicing law. And, when she and her husband had trouble conceiving drinking shifted from being an enjoyable social pleasure to a coping mechanism, using wine to relax, unwind, and escape. Wendy talks about how she was able to stop drinking once she stopped trying harder and tried something different.

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Using Wine To Relax

We’ve all found ourselves using wine to relax so for Wendy it seemed natural. If everyone is doing it and encouraging it, there must not be anything wrong with it. Until it wasn’t just using wine to relax but using wine to cope with everything life throws at you. That’s when Wendy knew something needed to change.

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