Author: Gillian Tietz, MS, CAMS-ISubscribed: 489Played: 14,915
Do you ever say, "I'm never drinking again!", but then you drink again? There are many reasons why this happens, and none of them are that we're weak-willed losers. After years of rationalizing why her drinking wasn’t that bad, Gill reached her breaking point. With her background in biochemistry, she set out on a quest to understand why some of us struggle with addiction and others don’t. In the Sober Powered Podcast, Gill uses science, psychology, and compassion to help you understand why you struggle to moderate, why it's so hard to quit drinking, and how to develop the coping skills you need to stay sober.
E180: Why Your Drinking Gets Worse Over Time, Not Better
Navigating Holiday Parties Sober
E178: Why You Lose Your Motivation to Quit Drinking
E177: 4 Years Sober: Why Did This Happen to Me?
E176: We Have to Grieve Alcohol (It’s Ok to Miss it)
E174: Why Routine is Important in Sobriety
E173: What To Do With Your Days After a Slip
E172: Guide to Your First Week Sober
E170: Here’s Why Early Sobriety is So Hard (It’s Dopamine)
E169: Alcohol and Gut Health
E165: I Quit Sugar for 30 Days
E163: Can We Learn to Moderate Our Drinking?
E162: What to Expect Cognitively in Early Sobriety