Listen: Oklahoma discussed on Army Wife Talk Radio
"Which then can investigate the problem. And with the brain is that we don't like to be judged. We don't like to be criticized we want to belong to conform. But it's difficult for drink it because I run a cly the thing. Won't to do its drink less. But because it's anxious because they feel that they watched that they drink secretly because it comes down. So all these sorts of things that the brain does because it just thinks it's the right thing to do. You know, no one's born a racist. We all learn no one's born with a fair flying. But the airport ninety seven and that doesn't like a very good idea. You know? So we we we're indoctrinated by what we see in a lot of people. Oh, I just wanted to say a lot of people say to me. Well, my father was in Oklahoma. All my aunt was maybe I've got the Oklahoma, gene. You know, what I'm saying is that everyone's individual posts, and we may see other people's behavior and the critic kicks in and says, oh, maybe you like your father, but we all individual people. We all have a different fingerprint in brain all we have commonalities, but we also very different. And I'm saying is that you know, we need to. We need to stop demonizing the alcohol we need to start looking at why this is happening. What happens before it? So that people can choose to live their life. The whether they won't to rather than feeling that they belong in a little book here. I all old long term, you know, group counseling, whatever I'm not saying that those people who need to go. There is a big I quote, the middle ground of drinkers that have another opportunity. So one of the things you've mentioned previously was that anxiety could be a big a big driver to call someone to drink. Can you kind of explain that connection and kind of goes a little bit more in depth about how inviting makes people drink. Yeah. I mean, anxiety is a very private subject a lot of people don't like to admit that they're anxious because once again, they're in a critic says causing as well as everybody else, and and traumatic situations cools, huge amounts of things, as you know way where you guys in your professional lives and the lives that people in industry are is your Holly open vulnerable to levels of anxiety. So when somebody feels anxious the brain, the the brain just tries to find the faucet solution as I said before and"