EP 534: Reader Question – How do you say no to a drink without over explaining?

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Learning to navigate social situations is one of the most challenging pars of becoming alcohol-free. It can be difficult to have friends and family accept this better version of ourselves. This often surfaces when we’re offered a drink. Learn how to say no to a drink without over explaining yourself or making things awkward.

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Highlights of How To Say No To A Drink Without Over explaining

  • What to say instead of No
  • Not everyone cares if you’re drinking
  • Why it might get awkward
  • How to say no to a drink without saying anything at all

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Listen to the entire podcast episode to hear Annie and Scott’s own experiences with turning down drinks.

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