In this month’s coaching episode, This Naked Mind head coach Scott Pinyard is joined by Certified Naked Mind senior coach Carolyn Bennett who works specifically with people who drink to numb relationships. Together, the coaches answer three questions – they are:
- I stopped drinking but my husband didn’t; he drinks to blackout and I am worried about him and our relationship.
- I noticed when things got stressful at work, I started drinking more. What are some tips for dealing with stress?
- I feel like I have to have a few drinks to connect with people. How can I open up and connect without alcohol?
I’m so excited you guys, because we are just about to start another live alcohol experiment. If you do not know about the alcohol experiment, you need to literally drop everything right now and go to thisnakedmind.com/lae. That’s L-A-E for Live Alcohol Experiment. And here’s the thing, this 30 day challenge is designed to interrupt your patterns and put you back in touch with the best version of you. You’ll know it’s that version that’s living the most joyful life. That version that doesn’t need alcohol to relax or have a good time. And that version that’s having more fun and is more peaceful than ever. Again, it’s a 30 day challenge. It’s live. It’s starting on the 1st so hurry up, go to thisnakedmind.com/lae.
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Highlights of People who Drink to Numb
Drinking to numb – it is so common whether it’s to numb stress, relationships or pain. Scott and Carolyn explore this.
- Sips of Serenity
- People who drink to numb toxic relationships – romantic, work, friendships, parent/child
- Peptide addiction due to toxic relationships
- Take care of yourself first
- Show them the other side
- Learning to question blame and stress
- Are you really better at connecting with alcohol?
- Fake it until you make it
Tune into the podcast to hear all the great advice from Scott and Carolyn!
Special music thank you to the Kevin MacLeod Funkorama (incompetech.com)
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