omm377.things.that.improve

omm377.things.that.improve > If you keep going, moving away from day 1, then what kinds of things will improve? If you remove the booze, and allow for the transition time for things to get better, then what changes might you expect? What can you do NOW that you can’t do when you’re drinking? We get fixated on “I haven’t run a marathon” or “I haven’t moved out of my mother’s house,” and we forget some of the basic, lovely gifts of sobriety, that we get JUST by being sober.

[this 4-minute audio is an extract from the podcast called “Things That Improve.”]

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omm376.juggling.knives

omm376.juggling.knives > we’re looking for a little boost, a bit of  dopamine, an adrenaline rush. and then we stack those on top of each other, push-push-push (up-up-up) and then we fall over into alcohol. not you. not you, of course. you’re here, doing this.
[this 3-minute is an extract from a longer podcast called “Juggling Knives.”]

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