When your friends don’t understand why you want to change your relationship with alcohol it can feel challenging.
I see this so often. You know it’s time to make a change, but you’re afraid the people closest to you won’t get it. That they won’t understand. Or they won’t support you.
That they will say things like: “Oh, come on, you’re fine. You don’t need to do this. You’re making a fuss unnecessarily. Everybody drinks a bit too much. You don’t drink any more than me.”
Which can lead you twisting and turning, doubting yourself and perhaps even rethinking your goals. You worry that perhaps they’re right, perhaps your relationships with them will change into something that you won’t want. And maybe you are making too much of a fuss about this.
In today’s episode I explain why it’s OK when your friends don’t understand. I also share why other people having thoughts and opinions about your drinking doesn’t have to derail your progress and who to listen to instead. This will put a whole new complexion on the need to have supportive people around, cheering you on.
And whatever you decide, whatever relationship you want to have with alcohol, I give you the one essential ingredient.
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