omm387.moderation.doesnt.work

omm387.moderation.doesnt.work > this audio is about mental health, compulsive behaviours, and how moderation doesn’t work. i share how reading an article in New York magazine about an author had me thinking the whole time: this is a story about addiction, compulsion, obsession. it’s so surprising how many times we go down the rabbit hole of THIS SHOULD WORK even when it’s not working. and then we try again. and again. and again.

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omm386.decision.making

omm386.decision.making > This audio is about how you make decisions. i talk about that feeling in the pit of your stomach when you’re trying to decide what to do. and how this is relates to quitting drinking and is maybe keeping you stuck.

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omm385.how.proud.of.you

omm385.how.proud.of.you > how proud of you must you be, for being sober, for looking at sober stuff right now? with all the things going on in the world? and you’re here, right now, working on this. isn’t that a cool thing? == this OMM is extracted from a longer podcast episode about Hope and Hopelessness (it’s episode 385 for podcast subscribers). if you add yourself to the podcast subscriber list today, this will be your next audio. but only for a couple of days. so don’t wait 🙂 hop over there right now > www.audiosober.com

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omm384.dividing.line

omm384.dividing.line > you are in one of two camps: (1) “how can i make sure that never happens to me” or (2) “that’ll never happen to me.” there’s the line, right there. and if you think you’re in the ‘that’ll never happen to me’ camp, then you’re at risk. because the addictive voice speaks very loudly, and very convincingly. and it speaks only with lies.

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omm383.accidents

omm383.accidents > our head will use anything as a reason to drink. so what happens if you deny that you have a wolfie voice? well, that puts you at risk. and what if you think you drink because of external things (your spouse, the weather, the pandemic)? that puts you at risk, too. so how do you hold the door of your head open long enough to get new thinking in there …

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