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Where Does Your Joy Come From?

When most of your daily joy comes from food and/or alcohol, you will want to engage more in these false pleasures as they provide a huge hit for the brain. It would be fine except for the negative consequences showing up in your life (drinking more than you want, being overweight).

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Well Being vs. False Pleasure

Well being comes from a life where we are able to feel and experience all the emotions without buffering and find life to be enough and fulfilling. It doesn’t mean we don’t strive for more. We are content in our daily activities and have meaningful connections and relationships with others.

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Quitting on Yourself Slows You Down

If you want something to change in your life, you are going to have to learn a new way of being and doing.  For instance, if you want to learn to stop drinking, you will have to practice the skill of not drinking. However, when we fail at this a few times, we tend to give up or think it is not possible.

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Making Decisions Ahead of Time

We love the feeling of having freedom.  We think that freedom means we get to decide in the moment – to do want we want, when we want.  Because, on the flip side, we think that if we decide ahead of time, we might not like our decision once we get to that point in time.

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How To Manage Withdrawal

When you stop drinking, you create withdrawal.  This is true for people who just drink a few glasses of wine at night.  We create an emotional withdrawal because we are not feeding our conditioned programming.  We are not closing the loop on that neural pathway.

Read More »

Where Does Your Joy Come From?

When most of your daily joy comes from food and/or alcohol, you will want to engage more in these false pleasures as they provide a huge hit for the brain. It would be fine except for the negative consequences showing up in your life (drinking more than you want, being overweight).

Read More »

Well Being vs. False Pleasure

Well being comes from a life where we are able to feel and experience all the emotions without buffering and find life to be enough and fulfilling. It doesn’t mean we don’t strive for more. We are content in our daily activities and have meaningful connections and relationships with others.

Read More »

Quitting on Yourself Slows You Down

If you want something to change in your life, you are going to have to learn a new way of being and doing.  For instance, if you want to learn to stop drinking, you will have to practice the skill of not drinking. However, when we fail at this a few times, we tend to give up or think it is not possible.

Read More »

Making Decisions Ahead of Time

We love the feeling of having freedom.  We think that freedom means we get to decide in the moment – to do want we want, when we want.  Because, on the flip side, we think that if we decide ahead of time, we might not like our decision once we get to that point in time.

Read More »

How To Manage Withdrawal

When you stop drinking, you create withdrawal.  This is true for people who just drink a few glasses of wine at night.  We create an emotional withdrawal because we are not feeding our conditioned programming.  We are not closing the loop on that neural pathway.

Read More »
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