EP 332: Reader Question – How do I stop drinking as a college student?

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Today, Annie Grace answers a question from a senior in college for whom alcohol has dominated fun since their first sip at the age of 14. How can college students rid alcohol from their lives? How can they have fun when everyone else is drinking? Can this binge drinker get out of a dark place and become happy and curious about the world again?

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Highlights of how to quit drinking in college?

  • not drinking in a boozy culture
  • the pressure to drink and fit in
  • taking a stand and empowering others
  • showing up in the scene without drinking
  • changing your drinking vs changing your beliefs
  • it’s hard to change something you still desire
  • you can quit drinking in college

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For Alcohol To Be Small & Irrelevant In Your Life? 
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