Sherry Price Coaching

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Sherry Price Coaching

On the Blog

Desire vs. Decision

Is your wanting to cut back on your drinking a desire or a decision? A desire is a strong feeling of wanting to have something or wishing for something to happen or change. It is thinking about something without taking action.

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Emotional Safety

In my coaching practice, I find that many women drink to numb out some emotions or problems they are not wanting to face or deal with. The way they are thinking about the problems or issues is painful. Or at least not helpful.

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Handling Social Influences

Has this happened to you? You are meeting up with some friends for dinner and drinks. You tell yourself you will have just 1 drink. You don’t feel particularly in the mood to drink much. Your desire for a drink is low.

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Choosing Thoughts on Purpose

I work with my clients to shift their mindset to desire alcohol less. How do you accomplish that? You have to take charge of your thinking. You have to tell your mind what it will think. Most of us live on default mode. We listen to the thoughts that come into our heads.

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Being Confused

Your brain likes to stay in confusion. It feels safe there. Confusion allows us to be idle, to stick with the status quo, to not make a decision, to remain non-committed. When we are non-committed, no different action is required of us.

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Self-Care Is Not Selfish

So many women put others first. We wear it like a badge of honor. We feel we are being kind and compassionate and loving towards others. Who gets the best of us? Our kids, our partner, our parents, our jobs, and even our pets come before us.

Read More »

Desire vs. Decision

Is your wanting to cut back on your drinking a desire or a decision? A desire is a strong feeling of wanting to have something or wishing for something to happen or change. It is thinking about something without taking action.

Read More »

Emotional Safety

In my coaching practice, I find that many women drink to numb out some emotions or problems they are not wanting to face or deal with. The way they are thinking about the problems or issues is painful. Or at least not helpful.

Read More »

Handling Social Influences

Has this happened to you? You are meeting up with some friends for dinner and drinks. You tell yourself you will have just 1 drink. You don’t feel particularly in the mood to drink much. Your desire for a drink is low.

Read More »

Choosing Thoughts on Purpose

I work with my clients to shift their mindset to desire alcohol less. How do you accomplish that? You have to take charge of your thinking. You have to tell your mind what it will think. Most of us live on default mode. We listen to the thoughts that come into our heads.

Read More »

Being Confused

Your brain likes to stay in confusion. It feels safe there. Confusion allows us to be idle, to stick with the status quo, to not make a decision, to remain non-committed. When we are non-committed, no different action is required of us.

Read More »

Self-Care Is Not Selfish

So many women put others first. We wear it like a badge of honor. We feel we are being kind and compassionate and loving towards others. Who gets the best of us? Our kids, our partner, our parents, our jobs, and even our pets come before us.

Read More »
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