What do you say to family members about your choice to stop drinking when you fear they might not understand? What if you think the truth about alcohol will make them uncomfortable? How can you be honest with your family members and educate them without seeming preachy? Annie Grace shares her personal experience and what she learned on her own journey.
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Highlights of Sharing The Truth About Alcohol
Sharing the truth about alcohol can make other people feel uncomfortable. How do we stay authentic and find balance in sharing our truths? Here are the highlights of Annie’s advice.
- What are our responsibilities? What can we control?
- Fear does not make people change
- Be true and authentic to yourself
- Sharing the truth about alcohol
- Discomfort leads us to ask questions about our own life
- Our responsibility is to stay accountable to ourselves
Sharing the truth about alcohol can be such a passion for us when we find our freedom from it. Tune in to the complete podcast to hear how to find balance in what you share!