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The Marketing is Growing

The marketing around alcohol is becoming more pervasive, clever, and “in vogue.”  Personalized glassware, funny memes, home decor, art work, napkins, and all kinds of other items touting about alcohol.  There is now a definition for “Wine Mom” per the Urban Dictionary, with blogs and Facebook groups for connection. 

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The Downsides of Alcohol Use

No one ever expects or desires their drinking to get out of control or cause harm.  And if it has, we know we should seek help.  We know alcoholism is a disease and requires treatment to get better.  Many people drink alcohol and are not classified as an alcoholic.  Alcohol use can be dangerous, and consumption should be taken seriously.

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Why “Should-ing” Doesn’t Work

As adults, we all know what we “should” do to maintain a healthy lifestyle and to take the best care of ourselves.  Eat your veggies and nutrient-dense foods, exercise, get 8 hours of sleep, engage in stress-reduction activities (yoga, meditation, prayer), have meaningful social connections, and limit your alcohol intake.

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Why Do Our Feelings Matter?

We, as humans, have the capacity to feel and experience different feelings.  Feelings are generally described as good (e.g. love, happiness, joy, contentment, fulfillment) or bad (e.g. disappointment, upset, frustration, anger, embarrassed).  Have you ever stopped to think about what exactly is a feeling?

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Drinking is a Conditioned Response

I would get done with work and it was time to make dinner. While preparing dinner, I enjoyed a glass of wine. And another glass with dinner. And sometimes another glass after dinner. When I was cutting back on my drinking, I found myself wanting to pour that first glass of wine each time I was preparing dinner.

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Thoughts vs. Circumstances

Circumstances are the facts about something.  Facts are something we can all agree on or can be proven in a court of law.  Circumstances are neutral until we have a thought about them.  Our thoughts are the sentences in our minds that give meaning to the circumstance or the way we interpret the circumstance for our lives.

Read More »

The Marketing is Growing

The marketing around alcohol is becoming more pervasive, clever, and “in vogue.”  Personalized glassware, funny memes, home decor, art work, napkins, and all kinds of other items touting about alcohol.  There is now a definition for “Wine Mom” per the Urban Dictionary, with blogs and Facebook groups for connection. 

Read More »

The Downsides of Alcohol Use

No one ever expects or desires their drinking to get out of control or cause harm.  And if it has, we know we should seek help.  We know alcoholism is a disease and requires treatment to get better.  Many people drink alcohol and are not classified as an alcoholic.  Alcohol use can be dangerous, and consumption should be taken seriously.

Read More »

Why “Should-ing” Doesn’t Work

As adults, we all know what we “should” do to maintain a healthy lifestyle and to take the best care of ourselves.  Eat your veggies and nutrient-dense foods, exercise, get 8 hours of sleep, engage in stress-reduction activities (yoga, meditation, prayer), have meaningful social connections, and limit your alcohol intake.

Read More »

Why Do Our Feelings Matter?

We, as humans, have the capacity to feel and experience different feelings.  Feelings are generally described as good (e.g. love, happiness, joy, contentment, fulfillment) or bad (e.g. disappointment, upset, frustration, anger, embarrassed).  Have you ever stopped to think about what exactly is a feeling?

Read More »

Drinking is a Conditioned Response

I would get done with work and it was time to make dinner. While preparing dinner, I enjoyed a glass of wine. And another glass with dinner. And sometimes another glass after dinner. When I was cutting back on my drinking, I found myself wanting to pour that first glass of wine each time I was preparing dinner.

Read More »

Thoughts vs. Circumstances

Circumstances are the facts about something.  Facts are something we can all agree on or can be proven in a court of law.  Circumstances are neutral until we have a thought about them.  Our thoughts are the sentences in our minds that give meaning to the circumstance or the way we interpret the circumstance for our lives.

Read More »
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