How do you go from being the drinker poking fun at non-drinkers to the non-drinker afraid of being the butt of the drinkers’ jokes? What can you do to avoid being perceived as a hypocrite if you speak up when people think they’re being funny at your expense? Annie Grace shares her wisdom and advice in today’s episode.
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Highlights of poking fun at non-drinkers
- Write down all of the possible jokes that you used to make and that could be made.
- Look at them, feel them and try to release your defensiveness around it.
- Poking fun at non-drinkers – “Oh, I don’t trust people who don’t drink.”
- Jokes come from our own desire to justify drinking
- Examine why you were poking fun at non-drinkers
- By taking the emotion out you can have a compassion-led response
- Be genuine, be honest
Tune into the complete podcast on getting past poking fun at non-drinkers when you’re now a non-drinker yourself.
Special music thank you to the Kevin MacLeod Funkorama (incompetech.com)
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