Addiction is Not Your Fault - Part 2

The act of drinking.

We may or may not agree we have a problem, but we can see that alcohol is affecting some part (family, friendships, work, legal, time spent mentally or physically with alcohol, medical issues, high risk behavior) of our life. So we decide to put boundaries or limits around our use. We decide when can or cannot drink, how much, how long, places that are OK and not OK to drink. We do a little bargaining or compromise with alcohol. This is a great place to start.

Let’s talk about alcohol’s past/present/future role in your life. Maybe you want to change, maybe you are just trying to be healthy, maybe you just want to talk about it. Whatever the reason is, it’s worth at least having a conversation to do some checks and balances.

I’m not here to tell you what you can or cannot do. I am here to help you look at things through a different lens. We can bounce ideas off each other and to try to think about different ways to expand your view, if necessary. I want you to have any information so you can make an informed decision based on what is best for you.

If you're ready to start tackling this addiction, contact me today

Sarah