Maybe you’re tired of making excuses for your drinking, overeating, or other self-sabotaging behaviors.
Maybe nothing is making sense.
Maybe you’re asking yourself how you got to this place.
The Social Drinker – This person could easily have one drink on occasion and has no desire to consume alcohol on a regular basis.
The Gray Area Drinker– This spectrum covers a wide range of drinkers and behaviors. Typically a gray area drinker is drinking more than a social drinker, but not yet severely abusing alcohol or considered an alcoholic. Often times, alcohol becomes a coping mechanism for stress.
The Alcoholic – someone that is physically dependent on alcohol. Alcoholism is recognized as a disease. Recovery programs are designed to treat it.
Questioning your relationship with alcohol can be uncomfortable. I know, I’ve been there! That’s why I created the D.E.C.I.D.E. series.
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