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Secret Service workers for Biden Asia trip sent home

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 d ago

Secret Service workers for Biden Asia trip sent home

"Two Secret Service employees who were in South Korea for President Biden's visit had been sent home after an alcohol fueled incident A person familiar with the matter says a Secret Service agent and an armed physical security specialist were involved in a confrontation with locals including a heated argument with a taxi driver Police investigated one of the employees but no charges were filed The Secret Service says it's also investigating both employees were put on a plane home before the president arrived in Seoul Sagar Meghani Washington

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Why the Left Doesn't Care About Children

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:49 min | 5 d ago

Why the Left Doesn't Care About Children

"Will tell you, I will tell a story that I've never I've never actually said, it's one of the few things about my life I've never said publicly. So as you, Julie know, I have two sons, one of them is biological and one is adopted. And you know that it is irrelevant to me, the issue of biology, but anyway, I have one of each. So my late wife, the mother of the second child who was adopted. She and I were looking to find a child to adopt in America. And we were put in touch with a woman whom we actually met. And then it was revealed to us that she was an alcoholic. And a drug addict. And so with great heartbreak in me, because I had already sort of created an emotional bond with the child I never met. We abandoned that plan. But I was always curious what happened, and a an evangelical Christian couple, in Canada. Ended up adopting the child knowing that the birth mother was a drug and alcohol addict. It is, it has never left my consciousness. I always wanted to know what happened to that child. I only wish obviously I wish him or her well. But I always thought about that Christian couple. For whom it was irrelevant, ironically, it turned out that unbeknownst to my late wife and me, my child was born to a drug and alcohol addict too. Yes. It shows you man plans God laughs, the famous Jewish saying. And we thank God things have turned out so beautifully and he's now married as a few weeks ago. As you know, but this notion that the pro life people, don't care about these all these children once they're born is a gigantic left wing lie.

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Autopsy: Patrick Lyoya killed by cop's shot to the head

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Autopsy: Patrick Lyoya killed by cop's shot to the head

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Dinesh Examines the Significance of J.D. Vance for the GOP's Future

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Dinesh Examines the Significance of J.D. Vance for the GOP's Future

"There's an article about JD Vance, JD Vance, the author of the book hillbilly allergies, very good book, very moving book. Who is now running in Ohio for the Senate endorsed by Trump and JD events have become kind of a liberal celebrity after hillbilly allergies. In part because he described and kind of riveting autobiographical detail is sort of hard Scrabble origins, the very dysfunctional family life, his grandmother, setting his grandfather on fire. I mean, crazy stuff like that, boring alcohol all over him and lighting a match. And all of this is in the book. It's no wonder the book was a massive bestseller. But I'll let you in a lot of liberals and journalists would say this is actually helps us understand the Trump phenomenon. The fact that working class people very often people who are struggling or poor, they're not behaving the way they did under FDR, under FDR, the kind of white working class could be counted on to vote for the Democrats. That was actually FDR's base. But now these guys a lot of them moving over to the Republicans and they're particularly enthusiastic about Trump. And yet, and yet, initially, JD Vance was very critical of Trump. And in fact, saw Trump as somebody who was, you may almost say taking advantage of this group rather than truly reflecting its values. And of course, the left love this, they were like, here's the guy who's come from that background. Here is the true you may say, descendant of hillbillies. Now, of course, JD Vance is not himself a hillbilly. Here is a guy who went to Yale, Yale law school, and has worked for big financial corporations and he's made a big success of his life and even though in the book he amusingly describes how he, you know, the first time they asked him whether he wanted a chablis or whether he wanted solving you on blankey, he didn't really know what they were talking about. He thought that there were just two kinds of wine, one is white and the other is red and the idea that there was sort of nuances or options within white and within red, he thought this was some kind of a joke. So this is all very amusingly portrayed in the book, but JD Vance, I'm sure today has a favorite Cabernet and possibly a favorite Pinot Noir. But nevertheless, the left was able to say, look, this guy who kind of knows the white working class is understands them and knows the Trump is a fraud. Well, as it turns out, by 2020, JD events became a defender of Trump, voted for Trump, endorsed Trump. And now Trump has endorsed him, and as far as I can see, Trump Junior, Don Junior is on the road campaigning for JD Vance. And some of the other candidates, by the way, are, you know, obviously very grumpy about this, JD Vance has surged into the first place. In the, in the Senate campaign.

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How Do We Affect Criminal Justice Reforms at the Policy Level?

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:17 min | 3 weeks ago

How Do We Affect Criminal Justice Reforms at the Policy Level?

"How do we affect criminal justice form as we go forward? What are the things that conservatives can do that we can emphasize instead of just standing up there at arguing the hollow points of tough on crime and lock them up without explaining why that doesn't work? I mean, again, we already one of the highest incarceration is in the world. And we're not seeing this. You know, go back to actually prosecuting cases, go back to actually doing the things that need to be done from a criminal just part, giving the police the money and the equipment to do their jobs to be a force of presence in these communities. And then when they get to the district attorney's office, the dish turning prosecute them in an ethical way and get those cases dissolved. This is where we need the most help. But then also for those who have been through the system who have been adjudicated in this system, we need to provide ways that they can recover. Let's talk about some ways. George has done this, many other states are doing this. And one of the first ways that I think that I want to emphasize, even from a federal perspective, if we can figure out how to do it, is the idea of accountability course. Accountability courts are those now, for some of you, and I've heard older judges who said this is, you know, I'm not going to be a part of an accountability cord. It's a hug a thug mentality. These people don't deserve, you know, to do this. And then they would actually see what goes on in a drug court or a DUI court or a veterans court or a family court. And they would see that what was actually happening, especially and we used the example in a local community near in my home state of Georgia after two DUIs within a short amount of time within a year and a half time frame. If you get two, do you want to ask your automatically assigned the UI for it? And indeed you are, which means that we put on probation for two years, you have to go through an intensive program in which you sell any jail time that you had to have. If you had to do 24 72 hours, whatever your jail time would be, and if you were having to be more, they can still send it to you if you had three or more that can send it to you to de walk or you have to attend court in the early stages weekly. You have to undergo drug test and your drug and alcohol testing in which you pay for, you have to keep a job. You have to abide with all laws and rules. If you don't, you go to jail, you can have your probation revoked and you can spend a significant amount of time in

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Show And Tell (MM #4045)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Show And Tell (MM #4045)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. That's our news story yesterday, the kind of made me shake my head, but while it really didn't because you could see it coming, it's probably happened before. It was a story about show and tell. It's been over 50 years since I was in kindergarten, but I love show and tell. And I don't know anyone alive who didn't enjoy show and tell when they were in kindergarten. They still do it to this day that must say something right there. It didn't go so well for show and tell the other day in a Detroit suburb when a child brought any bottle of Jose cuervo pre mixed margarita mix. You know, the kind that comes in the big jug with 10% alcohol content. And then of course during snack time shared it with four of their fellow students. Now, of course, they didn't tell the other little students that it had alcohol in it. They admitted it later when one of them started getting woozy. The child is going to get in trouble and the child's parents are going to get in trouble and the teacher is going to get in trouble in the school is going to get in trouble. And well, you got to believe, I don't want to say it's happened before, but silly things have happened all the time. I've heard about guns being brought in for show and tell and things like that. And World War II relics being brought in, which were sometimes life hand grenades. That's the sensationalized world we live in today. And that's the real sad part.

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Show And Tell (MM #4045)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Show And Tell (MM #4045)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. That's our news story yesterday, the kind of made me shake my head, but while it really didn't because you could see it coming, it's probably happened before. It was a story about show and tell. It's been over 50 years since I was in kindergarten, but I love show and tell. And I don't know anyone alive who didn't enjoy show and tell when they were in kindergarten. They still do it to this day that must say something right there. It didn't go so well for show and tell the other day in a Detroit suburb when a child brought any bottle of Jose cuervo pre mixed margarita mix. You know, the kind that comes in the big jug with 10% alcohol content. And then of course during snack time shared it with four of their fellow students. Now, of course, they didn't tell the other little students that it had alcohol in it. They admitted it later when one of them started getting woozy. The child is going to get in trouble and the child's parents are going to get in trouble and the teacher is going to get in trouble in the school is going to get in trouble. And well, you got to believe, I don't want to say it's happened before, but silly things have happened all the time. I've heard about guns being brought in for show and tell and things like that. And World War II relics being brought in, which were sometimes life hand grenades. That's the sensationalized world we live in today. And that's the real sad part.

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Show And Tell (MM #4045)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Show And Tell (MM #4045)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. That's our news story yesterday, the kind of made me shake my head, but while it really didn't because you could see it coming, it's probably happened before. It was a story about show and tell. It's been over 50 years since I was in kindergarten, but I love show and tell. And I don't know anyone alive who didn't enjoy show and tell when they were in kindergarten. They still do it to this day that must say something right there. It didn't go so well for show and tell the other day in a Detroit suburb when a child brought any bottle of Jose cuervo pre mixed margarita mix. You know, the kind that comes in the big jug with 10% alcohol content. And then of course during snack time shared it with four of their fellow students. Now, of course, they didn't tell the other little students that it had alcohol in it. They admitted it later when one of them started getting woozy. The child is going to get in trouble and the child's parents are going to get in trouble and the teacher is going to get in trouble in the school is going to get in trouble. And well, you got to believe, I don't want to say it's happened before, but silly things have happened all the time. I've heard about guns being brought in for show and tell and things like that. And World War II relics being brought in, which were sometimes life hand grenades. That's the sensationalized world we live in today. And that's the real sad part.

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Why Are American Teens So Sad?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | Last month

Why Are American Teens So Sad?

"This segment and the one following is not going to be the most uplifting segment that we ever do here on the Charlie Kirk show. But arguably one of the most important. This is a segment that you're not going to want to hear and you might not think it's real, but I could tell you from my experience with young people, it's absolutely real. And it's a story that actually starts in the publication for lorene Powell jobs, the Atlantic, quote, why American teens are so sad. Four forces are propelling the rise of rates of depression amongst young people. Now before you kind of just roll your eyes and say, oh, whatever, toughen it up. This is a huge problem with our nation's young people. I know at least two young people in my general circle, periphery, I did not know them personally, that committed suicide in the last week, to serious issue. Young people are, by definition, now the most alcohol addicted drug addicted, depressed, sad, suicidal, anxious, medicated generation and history. Now there's many reasons as to why this is the case. One of the reasons, of course, would be our imprudent response to the Chinese coronavirus, locking down our entire society. It was not the pandemic that did it. It was our reaction to the pandemic. Now, if you're listening to this right now and you're a parent or a grandparent, an ant or an uncle, I hope you listen to these words very carefully, because if you have a young person in your life, they might not be telling the truth about how sad they actually are. This generation will be the most suicidal generation of history when the numbers come out. In fact, the numbers already show it, we don't know how this year is going to shake out. The Atlantic dot com writes, quote, the United States is experiencing an extreme teenage mental health crisis. From 2009 to 2021, the share of American high school students who say they quote feel persistent feelings of sadness or hopelessness, rose from 26% to 44%,

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Biden to nominate new ATF director, release ghost gun rule

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last month

Biden to nominate new ATF director, release ghost gun rule

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Prosecutor: Driver who killed 4 homeless people was drunk

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Prosecutor: Driver who killed 4 homeless people was drunk

"An Oregon man who drove into a homeless encampment killing four people this weekend is charged with manslaughter and accused of being drunk at the time prosecutors say twenty four year old and Ricky Rodriguez had roughly double the legal limit of alcohol in his system a charging document says Rodriguez had a zero point one five percent alcohol reading the crash around two AM Sunday on a strip of grass near the Willamette River was a scene of chaos with people trapped underneath the car two victims died at the scene and two died at the hospital the city of Salem and recently moved dozens of people out of a makeshift campsite about a block away and had opened up a new shelter for men I'm Jackie Quinn

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A Deep Dive on U.S. Alcohol-Related Deaths in 2020

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:13 min | 2 months ago

A Deep Dive on U.S. Alcohol-Related Deaths in 2020

"Alcohol related deaths increased 25% from 2019 to 2020, with alcohol related deaths among adults younger than 65 outnumbering deaths from COVID-19 in the same age group in 2020, a new study finds. Alcohol related deaths including from liver disease and accidents increase to 99,017 in 2020, up from 78,927 a year prior. So let's just say this again, that alcohol related deaths, including liver disease and accidents, nearly a 100,000 people a year die from that, not to mention a 100,000 from drug overdoses. Now, why did alcohol related deaths go up from 78,927 to 99,000? It went up by over 20,000 because you locked down all of society. People are gonna try to find something to do with their time and unfortunately drinking culture prevailed. While 74,408 Americans ages 16 to 64 died of alcohol related causes, 74,075 individuals under 65 diet of COVID-19 to study found. The rate of increase of alcohol related deaths in 2020, 25% was greater than the rate of increase of deaths from all causes. The study shows just another unintended consequence of COVID-19 lockdowns and mitigation measures.

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Alcohol Killed More Under-65 Americans Than COVID in 2020

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 2 months ago

Alcohol Killed More Under-65 Americans Than COVID in 2020

"There's more and more data that's kind of trickling out that is exposing the vaccine, exposing everything we've lived through the last couple of years. National review dot com more than more Americans, 65 and under, died from alcohol related causes than COVID-19. Alcohol related deaths increased 25% from 2019 to 2020, with alcohol related deaths among adults younger than 65 outnumbering deaths from COVID-19 in the same age group. So let me just first say this. Morally, no problem if you drink whatever, but I do say drinking is not good for you. There's very little upside to drinking. I don't like people that drink too much. I think that it really I've seen an impact lives negatively. This is a thought crime I couldn't care less, especially in politics. There's a lot of drunks in politics. But I say this all the time, I say alcohol is a killer. People roll their eyes the way that we have kind of become socially accepting of what alcohol is in the country. And if you drink no problem, I'm not saying you're a bad person, like fine. Do it in moderation, I guess. But it's technically poison it destroys your body. It does. Again, I'm not trying to say you're a bad person or that I don't like doing that sort of moralistic stuff, but it's a killer. It is, I've seen it destroy lives. I have. And the way that we kind of just kind of normalize it has been been very fascinating in more ways than one. And look, I'm not saying the Bible says you should not drink. That's not true. In the Bible, you are, I believe there's different interpretations. I believe a very moderate intake of alcohol is biblical. I choose not to intake it. That's just my own personal decision. How I'm able to keep the pace I keep, but it does warn against drunkenness. It says the man who drinks forgets the law. There are dozens of warnings against drinking in the Bible, dozens. So here's the story that says more American 65 and under die from alcohol related causes than COVID-19 and 2020. And so I would just like to challenge young people out there that might be unhappy or they might not be hitting the goals they want to hit, which is, can you take 30 days outside of alcohol? I guarantee you'll sleep better, you'll eat better. You'll definitely lose weight. You'll be a happier person, just something to consider

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Yes, Something Bad Is Happening in Ukraine. But What About the US?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Yes, Something Bad Is Happening in Ukraine. But What About the US?

"It's amazing to see how the media continues to kind of be a 24/7 network around this. We're not getting calls back from the Saudis. We're asking Venezuela for oil, Macron is meeting with Putin, not Biden, Iran is wiping the table with us and the JCPOA two talks. We have a hundred and a 100,000 dead mostly young people from fentanyl, our southern border is wide open, we have double digit inflation minimum, 24,000 homicides last year, 24,000 homicides happening in our inner cities. Our educational literacy rates are going down is the most depressed, suicidal, alcohol, alcohol addicted, drug addicted, anxious and Medicaid generation in history. Yet I have to be lectured about our leaders that the American thing to do is to go and force a no fly zone 5000 miles away because something bad is happening. I get it. Something bad is happening. Vladimir Putin is evil. I agree. Something bad is happening here as well. Why are our priorities so upside down? Why do we get out of our chair enthusiastically and go buy a Ukrainian flag to go fly outside of our home and yet the kind of destruction and deterioration of our own citizens this kind of makes sense whatever kind of scoff at it. The same Americans by the way, the same leaders, by the way, who just lecture us last two years. It's the American thing to go get vaccinated and go stay at your home. Stay at home and be locked down. Why do you want to ignore our own problems? And you put all of that together, no one has yet to answer the question. Okay, the house is on fire. Fine, I'll take the analogy. We don't know what we could do about it, but do we even have the competent fire department to put out the fire? No. You know what they would do? The house is on fire. The fire department that we are calling, they bring out their hose, they open it and out comes gasoline.

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US slashes Russia trade status, bans its alcohol and seafood

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

US slashes Russia trade status, bans its alcohol and seafood

"The U. S. is set to dramatically slash its trade status with Russia as further punishment for the Ukraine invasion president Biden says the move to revoke Moscow's most favored nation status will make it harder for Russia to do business with the US the European Union and the G. seven nations are doing the same in unison with other nations that make up half of the global economy will be another crushing blow to the Russian economy charge suffered very badly from our sanctions the president's also banning imports of Russian seafood alcohol indictments and restricting exports of luxury goods to Russia a move the treasury department says before today had only ever been made against North Korea the president says it's aimed at hurting Russian oligarchs who back Vladimir Putin Sager made Ghani Washington

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US slashes Russia trade status, nyet to alcohol, seafood

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

US slashes Russia trade status, nyet to alcohol, seafood

"President Biden says the U. S. and allies are taking another step to punish Vladimir Putin for Russia's Ukraine invasion the president says they were stripping Moscow of most favored nation trade status which will let the U. S. and other countries slap higher tariffs on some Russian imports the free world is coming together to confront food it comes days after the president announced plans to ban Russian oil and gas imports the latest step aimed at squeezing Putin's government totality of our sanctions and export controls is crushing Russian economy is also announced a ban on Russian seafood alcohol and the diamond imports Sager mag on the Washington

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Who Is Christopher Cole? FDA Exec Caught on Project Veritas Camera

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 3 months ago

Who Is Christopher Cole? FDA Exec Caught on Project Veritas Camera

"65, Christopher Cole says how the approval process for emergency use is less stringent and he admits that COVID is not a risk for the young age groups because it's under COVID, they're able to because it's under the emergency approval process. I just want to stop. I want to give our team credit. Our whole research team. We have been saying this for months and slandered. By the dishonest hacks in the media for spewing anti vaccine propaganda for saying what now the FDA executive director is saying on private camera. Play cut 65. It's an EUA for all these groups all designations. And then you have to get approved by a specific entry space on a study. Do you think it's really an emergency for the toddlers? Well, they're all improved on our emergency efficacy data doesn't have to be as high. His standard is authorization is that it does more benefit than harm. I thought their cases weren't that high. For 6 months to four year olds. They're not, but because it's related to COVID, it's under that approval process. Now I know what you're thinking, how does James O'Keefe keep on getting these guys on camera? CNN, Pfizer and all this. Well, if you were listening to that video carefully, I don't think you should be that surprised. That was probably an attractive woman working for project veritas in a, let's say alcohol filled environment going out to dinner with an aging, old man in power, it's like James O'Keefe read the KGB playbook. And honestly, I love it. What this individual said very clearly, the FDA Christopher Cole was his name, was he said the approval process for emergency use is much less stringent and he admits that COVID is not even a risk. So if you put together

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Explaining the Claim About the Biden Administration and 'Crack Pipes'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:05 min | 3 months ago

Explaining the Claim About the Biden Administration and 'Crack Pipes'

"Here's a headline that should get your attention. This is from Fox New York. Biden administration to fund programs to hand out crack pipes. This is such this is a kind of headline. In fact, the Babylon B did a little post and Kyle Mann from the beast says if one of my writers at pitched his headline I'd have rejected it as being too absurd. But, well, it's not entirely absurd as we're gonna find out in a minute. So here are some detail from really a series of news reports. Apparently the Biden administration is concerned about quote advancing racial equity. Racial equity in what? Apparently in drug consumption in the consumption of illegal drugs, and they're thinking here, they refer to the opioid epidemic, but they're also talking about the crack cocaine and crystal meth, epidemics, and apparently Biden's decided that one solution to this epidemic, what normal people would think you are promoting the epidemic is to supply not just crack pipes, but the crack paraphernalia, the whole so called kit. Now think about this. If you bought a crack pipe with your own money and you started buying all this drug paraphernalia, that would be a crime. But for the government to do it, it's not a crime. It's apparently okay. And Jen Psaki was asked about this, the press secretary. And she goes, no, no, no, this is really misinformation. Our kit does contain a lot of paraphernalia for drug users, but it doesn't contain the actual crack pipe. So The White House is pushing back at the idea that they're kind of handing out the crack pipes. They do agree that they're handing out what they call safe smoking kits. This is an echo of the so called safe sex kits of earlier decades. And apparently there's alcohol, swabs and lip balm and clean syringes and other material. So I don't think there's really any doubt here that the Biden administration is in the name of combating drugs. Actually promoting

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"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"I do live here in portland oregon. And i've lived here for gosh well over thirty years now and i am a mom to four boys. I call them. Boys really young men now but you know there's four of them and I m happily married and have been just really working on my life and working on my own relationship with alcohol for the past two plus well two plus years that i've figured it out many many years of prior to that we'll talk about that more and in my daytime job. I work at a senior living community. Which i love and i get to help. Seniors create a happier longer life. Suddenly you described yourself as the adult child of an alcoholic. And i wondered if he talked to us about your childhood and how that shaped your attitude towards alcohol. Yeah i have a pretty long story with alcohol in my family and it. I was thirteen when my mother. I admitted to me that she was an alcoholic. And i've talked about this story on my own podcast about how i was. You know it was a saturday morning. And i was very going to catch her. You know i was going to really naylor to the wall because she was at the ironing board and she had a glass of vodka on the rocks designed to look like water. You know that. I wasn't supposed to recognize it and so i very triumphantly asked her was going to catch her and said you know. Are you an alcoholic. And i remember her answering me and she did say yes she thought she was or yes she was. But i really didn't hear i just. I really thought that by her. Admitting it to me that it would fix it. You know that it would go away as as as a thirteen year old. That was my mindset. If i caught her and she knew that i knew then she would stop

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"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"And Hearing you speak on the radio about? About the culture, not any drinking specifically but about the culture of drinking that we have in South Africa which. Is Very problematic actually. You. Know we're we're a nation of extremely heavy drinkers and. I and you realize that when you travel, you know you realize it's South Africa mobile drink different other people. Just being the culture of drinking and also kind of engrained everyday lives are just you know just accepted as the norm and how many people are probably kind of like secretly thinking to themselves she actually already got a cutback, which is what I was spinning. Not hearing about it from a a non. From like a kind of more rational perspective which again because I liked you CBS this show I would I really liked about his show was his analytical perspective at it wasn't at a discussion that was mired in. The. Emotional stigma almost that's attached to drinking or all all these things you always hear about you know if somebody if you WANNA stop drinking one, it's like. Oh, my God, why do you want to stop drinking what's wrong with you and to? Normally is. Accompanied by some kind of like happy clap e like Eric. Nonsense and it's just of putting in you think you're going to be surrounded by people kind of I duNno Chunky Jerseys waving dream can walk but I was just like this sounds like a rational logical straight down the line. Informative. Problem Solving. Activity that I can do that. That will present the information to me in rational way and I can decide whether or not I want to use that information or not. So that's that's kind of why I came. To logo. Earn dig we live up to those expectations. I thought. So I, did I did I I was surprised at first I. Mean it was a bit I mean obviously was a myth nerve-racking. Again I was reassured when I arrived at the podcast, you wearing that very chic black and white striped jacket and I was like this is the woman I can listen to. Yeah. Yeah. You know what? I mean you know olive floozy. Always have these terrible like ideas in your head of what these things are going to be like you know this kind of be like blood people's chain smoking on on whatever call POC. But yeah I think it did it was a it was a good presentation of kind of rational stuff and I it really kind of voter home for me to see to look at. Something from one physiological perspective. So you know what is what is the substance? What is made on? What does it do to your brain? How does it affect your body and this is a a biological response that you're having to substance. It's not necessarily that you have a defective personality. Or that you are psychologically unhinged because you've. Because the thing, affect you like this it's this is how it's supposed to affect you. It is an addictive mind altering substance is doing what it's meant to do. So once you know how you body's reacting, you can maybe put systems in place to kind of contact that. As that was interesting and then also I thought that the. The research side of stuff was quite good like the you know the the reading material and things I found that helped me a lot to be able to to research a problem 'cause I gets high I also perch things general. and. What one thing that did surprise me actually was at that that also freaked me out a little bit at the beginning was i. really this whole idea of like sitting in a circle like sharing your feelings I was just like get me on here. But actually what I realize and it wasn't it wasn't it wasn't like that but I mean there was that aspect to it..

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"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"And welcome to the goodbye to alcohol podcast my name Janet Garand I'm the founder world without wine and I'm your host for this podcast. . Thank you so much for tuning in. . Today's interview is with Ashley who came along to a workshop back in August two thousand and eighteen on trees and recently celebrated her second soap Uva. . Serie well, , done actually on say proud of you. . Now. . This is quite a long conversation because it made so many interesting points and we have such fun chatting couldn't quite bring myself too much. . So, , let's get straight into the conversation without further ADO. . My name is Ashley and I live in Cape Town in city bowl luckily now if case. . I'm forty years old I'm currently in a relationship with really amazing person I. . Can Yawns Iona an art gallery contemporary gallery. . So yeah, , we work with artists from Africa. . And Southern Africa primarily and and work with the number of <unk> international museums. . So. Let's . go back to but actually went. When . did you first thinking that? ? Maybe we're drinking of it too much in you want to to change what was going on. . I started experimenting with alcohol when I was very young. . So actually I probably should have been thinking about cutting down on my drinking when I was about fifteen but. . <hes> following my first expulsion from school with drunken disorderly behaviour. . But that was kind of a yeah that was just A. . Precursor didn't really carry on stronger now but I think I guess I think quite a long time I probably probably from my kind of early sixties. . thinking. . About. . Kind of starting to moderate my behavior, , I mean you come out of? ? Your twenties and clubbing and partying and. . Cocktails and world events in everything and and then I guess that that kind of. . The gloss after work and. . All of <unk> going out it just becomes kind of habitual things I, I , think that they were signs you know that I probably should have. . Begun to realize that that Okola taking a bit of a too much of Santa Stage in my life. . But of course, , it's very easy for that to become justified because it's always a you know it's very normal to be drinking at a wedding or birthday or at a funeral Lauretta was function or at a baby shower maybe I shouldn't have tied too much so much to drink party. . Will you know maybe it was over the limit when I drove home that night to dammit <unk> again, , all you know all of those little signs old things that you would have thought. . Yeah. So . unfortunately took me if he is to actually do something about it. . Did you actually tried to did you do dry January's? ? You know I always used to read those those things about a you're only supposed to have. . Whatever it is that you're supposed to have like seven units alcohol in we can like your. . Yeah. You . could have heard me like snorting in hysterics rolling down the aisles because I mean basically that was me. . You know that was like one now, , which wasn't tiffany wasn't alone in that I mean you go to a restaurant and they give you A. . Three glosses equivalent of what you thinking is one gloss of. . Local whatever. . But I did I did once or twice I did I think I did it once I don't know what it was I think it was just sober terrible one of these things but I mean, , really it was like knuckle it was like white knuckling through the month and everyone you're doing with doing it because obviously gang for mutual support is thinking Oh my God is call wait till we get to the end of this month so we can just God and get splashed there was like, , yes. . Pondo defeats the purpose, , but then you do those things in using Oh. . Okay. . We'll. . I could go you know. . I but I, , mean you you often you would find yourself. . Okay. . You know. . Offer particularly heavy night will whatever would having gone off dinner with friends and head Two bottles of wine instead of wine all three bottles of to at between the next morning you thinking just God accompaniment <unk> we did that city you know we should have we should stopped a little bit earlier and at the time it always seems like a really great idea but then you then comes the kind of I'm GonNa. . Need drink on winds <unk> on Mondays and Wednesdays. . I'm only gonNA drink on the weekends or AMMONIA GONNA drink when I go out with friends socially for dinner. . The fact

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"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"I wasn't drinking vodka with my cornflakes I just. Didn't want to. Wake up feeling like groggy. Oh. Take taunts driving my car home when I shouldn't have been driving home or say things that I didn't tiny mean to people that I care about any, which is very easy to do. That's my choice I wasn't a kind of like A. Urine soaked tramp like living under a bridge. I. Mean you know but I mean bliss because I. Don't want to have that gloss just because I don't want to share three bottles of Chardonnay with you. Now you know it doesn't make me A. A pariah. Welcome to Oklahoma of podcasts from. One. With the won't. Say Goodbye couple already seventy five Tokyo just plain. So curious this is the podcast. Go recovery stories twin inspire new. Exposed to inform you I'm plenty of advice on how to ditch the. And changed her. Hello. Hello and welcome to the goodbye to alcohol podcast my name Janet Garand I'm the founder world without wine and I'm your host for this podcast. Thank you so much for tuning in. Today's interview is with Ashley who came along to a workshop back in August two thousand and eighteen on trees and recently celebrated her second soap Uva. Serie well, done actually on say proud of you. Now. This is quite a long conversation because it made so many interesting points and we have such fun chatting couldn't quite bring myself too much. So, let's get straight into the conversation without further ADO. My name is Ashley and I live in Cape Town in city bowl luckily now if case. I'm forty years old I'm currently in a relationship with really amazing person I. Can Yawns Iona an art gallery contemporary gallery. So yeah, we work with artists from Africa. And Southern Africa primarily and and work with the number of international museums. So. Let's go back to but actually went. When did you first thinking that? Maybe we're drinking of it too much in you want to to change what was going on. I started experimenting with alcohol when I was very young. So actually I probably should have been thinking about cutting down on my drinking when I was about fifteen but. following my first expulsion from school with drunken disorderly behaviour. But that was kind of a yeah that was just A. Precursor didn't really carry on stronger now but I think I guess I think quite a long time I probably probably from my kind of early sixties. thinking. About. Kind of starting to moderate my behavior, I mean you come out of? Your twenties and clubbing and partying and. Cocktails and world events in everything and and then I guess that that kind of. The gloss after work and. All of going out it just becomes kind of habitual things I, I think that they were signs you know that I probably should have..

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"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"There is a cultural myth about alcohol that the more we drink the best will feel. In ringleted is first couple of drinks to indy take you up. The body experiences an energizing effect creating a feeling of sociability and relaxation, and that's why we love it so much. Clever moderators will recognize that in the initial boss the enjoy it, and then those switch to non alcoholic drinks as they continue to enjoy their evening. However, those of us without an office which will seek to deepen an increase the balls so we'll continue to drink alcohol. Subtly, this is when the depressant and negative effects of alcohol likely to click in. Bringing us down them prolonging the high. The down may come at the end of the evening with. Tears. At three. Am when you wake help feeling swamped with anxiety. or in the morning with a good old fashioned hanging over, but it will come. That's the thing about alcohol and any other drug for that matter there's a high price to pay for the bus. A good thing to remember is that this far ick high, we get softer tool three losses of wine will only last about twenty minutes. And drinking more alcohol will only result in negative consequences. So use your sixty six days to forego chemical highs and workout what gives you a natural high instead. His one about moderation. The only thing to overhaul. World, without why. If you're one of those people who's always trying to moderate alcohol intake to safe levels I one and a half bottles of wine week. Then the challenge may provide you with a very pleasant surprise. I spent an entire decade of my life trying and failing to moderate I had so many rules in place as to when I could and couldn't drink it was existing. Then, when I finally surrendered to the fact that I would never build to moderate and would have stopped drinking completely everything changed. I felt an enormous sense of relief. I felt calm and was so pleased to get the head space to think about more interesting subjects than how many units on got left to drink that week. With. The benefit. Of Hindsight I can see that I was never going to build to moderate a mind altering drug. A substance that has been chemically designed to be addictive. After, we don't hear about people trying to moderate the heroin intra intake doing. So anyone who struggles to keep the alcohol consumption within the recommended limits. Take some joy from your time freedom. Then you might just find you want to make your alcohol-free life permanent. The last email I'm going to read is the Franck parable and Is Again, emphasizing the importance of taking a break to make sure you don't end up like this frog..

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"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"But in a nutshell, sixty six alcohol-free days and is long enough to rewire your brain again but in a positive direction this time. You got audio support you get online support, and most importantly you get community support. And just to give you a taste for that community support to read an email. No. Sorry. Not an email of what's out message that I saw just now from all existing sober spring group. So we have to sober springs every year one that starts on the first of September on the second one which thoughts on the twenty. So. This was on the what's up group this morning of the existing sopa spring people I think this lady puts it far better than than I could sound just going to reach her message. I'm loving this spring bus, we call it the bus. It's definitely working for me is so great to be part of it. Thank you all for sharing the articles. The music quotes, the inspirations, the pets, the pulse stories, the alcohol, free products, the alcohol, free cocktails, the health updates, the podcast, your honesty, and last, but not least your disclosures about how you're all feeling. Somehow the second so we can doesn't seem so daunting. So, people are loving the service bring bus. So we've still got a bit of real an second sober spring sign up now. If you're listening to this way later than September thinking, Oh, I would have liked to gill that. So spring bus and don't worry just sanderson email at world without wine at to Mel Dot Com, and we'll make your plan because we do have. Sixty six day challenges at various times of the year we just wait until we've got a certain number of people because that community support is essential and then we set off new challenge. So just getting in touch with us and we'll make plan. So to round off this episode, I'm going to read a few of the emails to you these emails that we send out during the sixty six days to keep you on track and to get you thinking really they're just bite size piece of information on we just want to stimulate your thinking around alcohol because I think the so. Many myths around all, call it far too much credit these days don't we think it's we can't possibly be happy without it, which is not instances his automatic potion. So let me just read a couple of emails because. Give you a flavor for what the challenges like. Slow I'm quite fond of my first twenty is called be rebel. I wish thought I was quite rebellious and when I started drinking heavily when I was a teenager I thought. I'm so rock and roll but in fact these days you know if if you drink a lot, then you're pitiful sheep because everyone is drinking a lot. And the real rebels not drinking anything at all. So that's the spirit of this one. So let me read you.

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"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"Now the third and the most dangerous thing is when all bodies become so reliant on alcohol that we can no longer produce dopamine naturally. On the consequence of this sees is catastrophic because it means that we lose. In everyday pleasures. Walking in the park chatting to a friend reading a book. Just doesn't hit with sports anymore, all the interests assist chemical high from alcohol. An even that's going to stop working. We'll need alcohol just feel normal. That really is the description of alcoholism and I don't think any of us want to that. So. Let's summarize here. There's there's three things on in your brain that is creating this dependency. The first thing is that the dopamine create triggers because it's associated your drink habits and that nine feeling with certain events, certain people, session places. So, what happens is it starts preempting triggers. and. That means that you'll feel low if you don't have a drink sophie walking past the ball and hugh. Feel a bit low you'll think, oh, I just need to go in a drink half a little pick me up because that's Often, and that's how it's make you feel. And thirdly, most seriously, your body will stop producing dopamine. So you call enjoy everyday pleasures. You'll dopamine will only be released when you're drinking alcohol. So what happens is your natural dopamine receptors? We'll get a bit lazy they'll think Oh. Okay. She's going to be drinking to make feel good. So she doesn't really need us to do anything so we might as well put off each. and. If that's happening for years and years do stop drinking you're going to have to wait for those dopamine receptors to come out of retirement because almost forgotten how to do the job. But I can reassure you that they do come back to life again I'm afraid account take awhile it can say a few months. and. That's why people in early subur- sobriety often feel a bit flats. It takes a while for the dopamine to be naturally created again. And that's why it's so important to take periodic breaks from alcohol you need to test you dependence because if you call go for a significant period without alcohol, then it means this process is beginning. You know the triggers are the the brain is pre-empting triggers. Your natural dopamine is getting lazy but if you keep taking regular breaks than you keeping everything in balance and your natural dopamine will carry on working. So, if you think that you do need to take a break, then please have a look at also spring challenge. It actually starts on the twenty first of September which is two days. After this podcast comes out, you can see all the information on wealth without wine dot com..

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"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"Actually I haven't found anyone else joint said I'll do this but only for a months because she decided a month was quite enough that would prove that she didn't have a problem. So she gritted teeth and got through that month probably using willpower however, it did get a sinking I mean not is the very least sober spring will do for you. It'll raise your awareness of your relationship with alcohol and get you thinking. Because she was thinking about her relationship and thinking, maybe she was on a bit of a slippery slope because she was still drinking every day maybe she would come to a workshop and get some tools to make a change. So she came along in the workshop was a bit of a turning point for her. It created a real mind shift and I think we've settled these podcasts before it's not about willpower. It's about a mind shift if you want to change the relationship with alcohol. And Chill. So really enjoy connecting with other people on the same path. Spectrum and I've also talked about this in the pulse the the fact that we put the `alcohol Kinna box we think, oh, it's just a homeless man in the park. It's nothing to do with me whereas in fact, between the homeless man in the park and the person that never drinks tool, there are millions of us and we're all at various stages along that spectrum anita the slippery slope and some people end up at the wrong end of that slippery slope and it's what's that to get twenty percent of regular drinkers will developer dependences they go through the years. Another thing she learned on the workshop that shocked her was that the safe limit of alcohol for wine is just one and a half bottles a week and she was definitely drinking more than that. The workshop was in late November. So she felt pretty strong going ahead into the festive season she managed to get through the work function. She got through Christmas Day both alcohol free and on New Year's Eve. She indulged in a glass of champagne. She started twenty twenty with the plan. She was armed with her world without wine annual troika designed by Lucy in the UK. And she decided that she was going to not drink in the week from Monday. To Thursday, she would not have anything and then she'd have a glass of wine answers on Friday. Sorry and maybe another one the weekend. And that's the new normal and amazingly she's managed to stick to it for all these months we were now in September and she started doing this in in January. So that's how new normal. So I think she's really cracked that she is one of these really rare people who's been drinking every day for quite a while, but she's managed to pull back and now drink just within safe limits. So well, done Sheila you really rock. So. Let's summarize Paul to success. She used cyber spring to raise her awareness, and then she came to the workshop to learn some new tools. A meet other people in the same path. She took an extended alcohol-free break and then she used her track it to ensure that she kept plan. And it all started with sober spring. We've got a whole bunch of fabulous people on our current sober spring bus that left town on the first of September but don't despair..

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"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"We get off to a few glasses of wine and we just want to prolong it. We carry on drinking and drinking and on. That's what we get into trouble. There is a category of drinker called. The almost alcoholic is really interesting syndrome and I'm going to devote a whole solo episode to it, but what you shouldn't I is chasing the bulbs. Is, a warning sign that you might be an almost alcoholic, so is sir. Drinking alone is another warning sign. Drinking, reluctance at the end of a day, drinking more than the recommended limit of bottle in a halt wind is actually warning sign. Of the final point I just wanted to emphasize. Was that market She was using alcohol to put a walk a wall between herself and herself I. Know exactly what she means. We use Oklahoma to normal cells to disassociate ourselves from all feelings. But. In fact, feelings are very important. Not only male they sign post to things that we might have to change in our lives. But they're also how we grow up. Personal growth comes from getting through difficult times and managing. So let me and this episode with a really important piece of advice. If you use alcohol. Then take. Breaks to test you dependence every few months will say. Half a month. Hall if he breezed through it then that's fantastic, no problem. But if you call, get through it, or if you really struggle than you probably need to make some changes. So that sick from me. Thank you so much for listening. Please subscribe share and leave us with a lovely reviews.

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"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"I was known as one of one of the drinkers. You're not yet. Gone. We're golf trips. nets at United nine o'clock in the morning I was too I want to. Drink Plus the PAT that in his early days, we actually wants to drink as well so. Wyoming ranch. In the beginning, I would often golf game. My have one. alcohol-free bia excuse myself Eric quickly myself. Out of this situation way a debate can. Happen. You're not exactly We pick out, means these tips and techniques that we as as we go through the journey and. Cheyenne probe a toolkit for almost anything that might happen. Shine the beginning to better Bologna spying. On Thin, just started to robbing myself and more with people down during. and. We need to find our tribe, so we didn't feel if were alone, so if you could go back in the years to a time when you were really drinking up what would you say she itself? How would you persuade yourself to make change I would. I would tell my shoppers this one scene and the this. Is Not GonNa Dwell. This journey is not gonNA in grow, and you modest while Saif yourself some what? Young I'm sure the as you work in a hospice UC people. I'm dying. You know alcoholism, so you know it's not a nice ending, so they'll be people listening to this by the just ball on this this journey all that thinking about it. What would you say to them? What would you recommend that? They do to get started and then to stay on track. Would honestly I would tell him to number one except it's not gonNA. Be. Easy, Telling South that I do have the courage. And I do have the strings to see through. Have personally a little bit of a check to yourself to understand. It's not going to be easy that that you do have in you. Not.

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"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"That's how I absolutely value. It will not go off of being tainted once or twice to guy with the. Group that I was even and again. Rise. At? The end it's just beautiful to to read it or you're not. I've recently discovered how you can stall. messages may be appropriate anyway, but it's. It's it's great and I keep thinking oh I saw that once. You start a message. It saves it for you, so you can find it easily, but now if somebody still messages. I fishing references to books and things. You're not trying right to on May, not see it. Even People Navy first book was decided Iras. And married that I still go back to the show. I remember. About three months four months. We need to log in. I referenced back to that book to wish way she was at. At four months. and. Then, she would explain that feeling of not seeing hang on, not Mike Seems Yuna the why she would explain to I refer when a great way to use that book I must tell. Will you zoom conversation when we had our own guests now and And Club is great. If I was to ask you markets, give me a top three benefits of alcohol living. Which ones would you pick this hundreds of? I think could top three east that I. can go to bed without any regrets or what? I've what I didn't say what I did. What I didn't do. Another one is I. I've really. Offer meeting chief amazing success in my workplace. Which? Chief before more than doubled the budget. And and I think the reason for that is to be a guy into be present on more structured more disciplined. said that the other benefit and incidentally defect I can be available. I'm available to people who need me. Mostly, my children, my family, if there's a crisis I can get in McCone gate on. What's been the reaction of your daughters? All proud of you all. They not mention it. What's side? Di Di extremely proud of me. United I would often tell the trains. Mom Mom doesn't drink. Took goodbye. Alcohol podcasts from world without wine. Can pretty proud of it. Oh good. I think that we do although I never judge anybody 'cause. I was worse than most people and I never. Suggest to people that that make a change but I think that. We can roll motley this without even realizing. Enroll modeling to important people right now. You're not so. What would you say America these days when you're offered a drink me when you meet some strangers, your golf club or something electoral saying. What do you mean you drink? How do you deal with that kind of pressure? I I keep it shoot and simple and are trying to avoid any debates around it. So I try and just be firm and just shy. Thank you done drink. If you have an alcoholic drink, join you and I think it's easy, doesn't it? Over a time, you're on, fail. She chabal said at the beginning, but now I love telling people I. Don't drink. was horrible in the beginning because our..

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"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"Yes on our thing for me once I acknowledge that. We're not put on this earth to be happy twenty four seven. You know we have good days. Bad days and it's part of being humans ago with flow. Whereas before when I was drinking a lot, I always wanted to fail up. You know, fill out balls. If I've felt depressed thing I'll have a loss of. in that kind of Nelson's, but this makes much more sense to. To, go through this I'm down times because now I know that probably tomorrow, or if not tomorrow at least next week. I'll be feeling good again. It's Not Be present in your life of people. That I would ask you. But how do you feel now that you don't drink? And I would say that offie life I like that I feel life. Washington life as I've seen supposed to feel. Senator some ARCHEA. You're now very valued world without wine men. Can. Can you tell us what made bits of being a member? Helping for you because you were so off to the workshop, you didn't have to sign up and become a member. To me about what? Helped, you stay on track GENITA-. Connection, With people and Batik without wine opened a whole new world for me. I honestly didn't think didn't know. About three quarters of the literature out the puck costs that. Non Alcoholic Drinks I. Mean couldn't why to give my hands on some of the books you recommend. At the time period may not was circa fourteen months. Free I was actually with the I. Honestly thought the lecture around the alcohol is the big book. While I think I mean a is fantastic helped millions of people, but it was still a hundred years ago. When and now that we've got? Many many ways that one am bulk. Lewis, Janet gets. Needs like her. To Martin. To modern approach to this problem, it's a real approach to what we are getting soon now in these times you're yawn..

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"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"If, you haven't been the you're. Not GonNa Understand. People asking me, but you knew really had a program. Scott you just have one. Weeden psychiatric. Get! Whilst in our group in our. Try we understand exactly what what beguiling. So, we don't feel so weird we we know though there's plenty of other people around like ourselves. So, in your beautiful goodbye to alcohol letter, which again to read for us later you talk about a light bulb moments about one into sobriety, can you? Can you remember that? Quite interesting to you elaborate a little bit on your light bulb, moments. that. Exploded reasons. I allowed myself allowed. Alcohol tackled of me I will always turn back to it. Yeah that's what I just realized that It's not about just. Sacking up and not drinking. It's about much more than that. It's a whole kind of self analysis processing. Not Genetic. Honestly I honestly believe that alcohol has to Beria or wool. Between me and me if you understand what I'm saying. I'M TIRED LA we use it to disassociate without selves. To nominal, so really because it's so much easier just to do that, too, with what's going on. Yeah, and and if you can remove that wall. Action a beautiful place to be at once he learns to process your emotions rather than nominate them Y-. You get to know yourself. And gain to work start name. The beauty thoughts are asking gain. The healing starts sites. SCHADECK! Lightbulb moment and I just. I'M GONNA tight. This hate on Yuna matter. What not matter when I'm GonNa feed away experience. Tears or whatever I wanted to get your knee. And yet still going on I'm still. A Sir you. You're a few months cyber. When you came to the show and then off to that sir, you carried on being Oklahoma Free. Did you have any period way you went back today? While no was, were you pretty?.

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"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"And. From day on. I actually started. I can honestly say off to. It beside. The drinking really started getting out of hand. The big lesson to be learned is that If you think you'RE GONNA moderate. You're not gonNA moderate. You're going to escalate. Yes. Yes, absolutely. Nine moderation in this. I think it's so important to appreciate that once we've crossed the line without drinking, which you and I sat lay helped. There's no going back really. We have to ditch the soften. Anna. Reconfigure everything that way the only way forward. Want used to smoke. Can I up smoking in the yet to Sour? At that point are also knew that Auburn told to die around in taxes secret around hold sceneries for someone. allowed catch. If, someone smokes NEOM me. A woke Karai because on now the danger. The trick is. Talking of triggers Do you drink alcohol? Free Drinks told us. And then. It will outline United I. Never knew that these things actually exists OSTEO.

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"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"The only thing to good-bye to alcohol calls from weld without wine so the safe guidelines all bustling and a half of wine a week but of course the Wealth Health Organization says an. I believe that some. It's best to drink now all call. It's why I agree for me anyway. I can't my husband. I think you've made him. He can have awful bottle of beer. A put a stop permanent. Put it the next day you tell us all right which I found I couldn't even now. I would watch people with a glass of wine making lost all evening. They do that now. I believe that once we've crossed the line without drinking. Nazi Tino yeehaw moderates you need to ditch. The soften just creates a different life. Reconfigure your life units and I think the first hundred is a hog Must let it wasn't easy but if you can just get to. That's hundred days Definitely Gates Ezio to that. Yeah Yeah I knew his of depression. Didn't you not to me? It was about three Saying allow I remember thinking what have I don? Hey to mistake because I feel like I've lost small. Not Gain Cools missing about my drinking buddies and things seem very flats who I just powered three. That did go on for a few weeks in my case but eventually assaulted topping. Saudi is thinking. Oh maybe I should do this because I have so much time on my how as you do you stop drinking. And that's when I got the idea to start world without wine so say to people just hanging the even though everything seems a bit dull. There's a whole new life round the corner. Exactly I think also to give back in we all have been through the signpost Sharing it with other people in a selfish way. It helps you as well. Yeah it does technically. And we've now started a sober buddy system as you know. He ain't so some people call. It counts who shops for financial reasons or geographical reasons. So although now we zoo months reason if you take out a membership so without wine as we can see me with a sober buddy on us working really well for the segment body. Who as as giving something back on the coast for the person who has got somebody to to message? You'll also get a coal to. He got some encouragement on for the out. There was struggling. I can say never give up. Just keep on trying so you get you back would be my law. Yeah and it does take many people many tries but eventually you'll get and I always thanked people nice thing as failure. The only failure. It's stop trying. Please never stopped trying because every every week every month Something to treasure the bill donates. Lou Yeah Wow. Thank you so much. Judy really interesting. I love your analogy about with site. Kind calling in the troops to help fight the battle on how is just a bit much for us to expect our immune system to cope with binge drinking out with. Kovic. Let's let me try and summarize my conversation Judy by picking out three points that really resonated. She talked about her depression in early months of sobriety. I remember that face to you. Get some what they call a pink cloud ofter maybe a couple of weeks. He think wow of cult this is. I'm going to be able to do this. And then the Mainichi vacation kind of slips away and you don't feel great because I'm going to be only temporary takes well. It certainly took me a good few months before assaulted. Feeling Great. The beginning you feel just rather the flats another nothing. There's a nation is all bodies so used to relying on alcohol to make us feel good the unnatural hormones dopamine etcetera the natural feel good hormones. They take time to crank back into action original article the other day. That says actually takes nine months so the best advice. I can give. You is to get comfortable with being uncomfortable for a while. Remember not put on this earth to be happy. Twenty four seven. There's bound to be down days times of flatness but these times will pass if you can hang in there. You're award will be to discover long lasting contentment and joy instead of a temporary and chemically and halls box is going to damage your health. The second point was that we have to keep our immune system strong in order to fight off the coronavirus so far there's been a better time to give up drinking or at least take a break from drinking binge drinking and the corona virus can cause a site to kind storm and site a kind storms currently responsible for many covy deaths. Judy wet soon a hospital. She knows exactly what she's talking about. So we're running a free lockdown challenge which is community and online support for twenty one days. And we've had great response to that. Many people are using this period to stop drinking. I mean if you can't go out and buy wine. It's a great time to do this. And finally you heard judy say that. She couldn't make this change alone on that. When she came to the workshop she felt like she found try or she felt like she was coming home but she predicts so beautifully she also talked about the importance of giving back once. You also but so. That's why we've introduced a super buddy system weld without wine so we know not Schauffele if you got the blues in early sobriety hang in there. And it will pause protect your immune system by ditching drink and if you want to say the body just gets in touch. Thanks so much for listening. Please leave a review till next time. If you've enjoyed this podcast them piece. Check out the world without wine subscription membership program. It's these central resource for anyone looking to change their relationship with overhaul. Whether you're looking to Monterey so even quit drinking completely eight step program will help you succeed. We'll connect you with all support him. Inactive community will offer today I'll poultry challenge. 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"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"Judy was so grateful for you being all all welded for that wine. Dr Lows of people benefited from your advice. Already as we record this South Africa is bracing itself. Full the coronavirus which is sweeping the wells. What's your take on this? How do you see the next? Six months panning out so the time of recording. I think we've got about one hundred and seventy deaths in in South Africa. Do you think we found any chance of flack flattening out the curve. Because we sent me. Wednesday to lockdown quite early compared with other countries didn't wait. I'm hoping effected. We did go into lockdown when we did definitely flattened the code. If you look at it it's quite dramatical. It might have little Michael and limited. Thong but I think our unfortunate problem is unlike New Zealand at done if we can to be automatically successful in competely flattening the couve. Because I'm the way that our population is situated at think. It's possible to to have the proper special distancing the top tips for example. I mean if you living in a shack with Tina the people. It's a bit difficult so unfortunately I think we have delayed it and I'm hoping I must say I'm very impressed. With the way the government is handling it fixed on colty sites laboratories are really been struggling with Alytus. So they've lost the private sector for help third. I think that can keep on tasting on finding the patients. We have so gotta talk of flattening the curve. And that's what we all hoping will happen although I'm waking In the private institutions and we all will say who paid to if things get really bad weekend accept some of the on patients from public sector as well so This extra. Tom Has has been good. So we are. Now we've got teams and we already. We've got the P. p. e. we need and everything seems to be ready but we still not exactly sure what's GonNa Happen but unfortunately I think that we all get you see stocks seeing cases. I'm her Hambro okay. Well we'll hoping and praying outweigh. Let's let's talk. Badria bells the impacts of Alcohol Health Festival. Let's go general. Explain the general damage. The alcohol does to our health the deliver although well. Alcohol isn't irritant. It's a toxin and the body doesn't not so it's used as an extremely high among mascot knocked Donald Trump now. But it's a lot of Jean to get rid of this toxin and a big portion of that is done by the liver. 'cause the lover breaks down the alcohol into a seat out a hot and this influence a lover. Ultimately you start getting an increase in pressure the level which is made to be a low pressure system and this is what causes a lot of damage. This is what ultimately. If you've got to the extreme this is GonNa kill you because lavars not going to be a high-pressure organ and obviously damages a lot of the other systems as well. Your pancreas your brain. Obviously the skin is hardly anywhere in the body. That doesn't get that much on alcohol. It's like a sledgehammer. It does does damage such not so very good analogy. We have breast cancer. Have How many women in our community have been heavy drinking Assimilate to about that link while as it as it because of the inflammation causes it seems to predispose want to cancels. Especially of the The the the pancreas the says the threat everywhere that the way the alcohol touches the even the bladder cancer is increased and often with the kind that now the problem is your immune system gets gets damaged by alcohol and we need strong immune system so that if we are infected we are able to fight this virus Obviously social distancing guys out of the window it if you had a few drinks. That's why they try to stop it all their successful being because I know that the legal alcohol markets is flourishing. The only thing to to Oklaho- podcasts from world. Without wine if you'd like a bit of support to change your relationship with alcohol them please check head on membership program on weld without wine dot com because it is it is it true bodies treat. Alcohol is if they will treat an infection when we drink because it's to talk saying yes everything going. Yeah yes it does and what happens with infections that body sees idea upbeat invited What happens is treks also inflammatory cells to the to the region. And there's a whole lot of different inflammatory cells and one of the important ones is a substance cold. Fateh Khan now factor CON- Kohl's only at the cells. It's like Oh big whistle. Any colds by disease. Come being common. Help if it's a this is another problem with the virus. You get the I what is causing a lot of damage because these cells what they do. Is they release all sorts of an inflammatory substances which damages the tissues. A the same thing happens with alcohol can do exactly the same thing. Which is what you get. Assad to con- storm and this is what a lot of people actually dying from now with the coronavirus of getting such a huge Storm that it is guiding breaking down the The lung tissue another thing. It's what's happening as the cons of camping together with all the different cells and the same being sprayed through the body nitis while they think people are now getting strokes and heart attacks and even lesions in the skin caused by the Sacha con stool while that's amazing If just say that we're binge drinking every night and binge drinking it. It isn't bottles and bottles of wine. Is one bottle of wine. Person is definitely a drink. If you're doing every evening like isis do then you get the virus so I mean it's just too much choice but you pull body to.

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"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"alcohol" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"Hello Hello and welcome. Thank you so much for tuning into another episode could buy told my name's John Garang I'm your host for this podcast and I'm the founder weld without wine now today. Of course the pleasure of trusting to an essential member of the world without one community the fabulous judy. Now don't Judy came along. Tour shop has sell so she's known stranger to the struggles that some of us have with alcohol. A world without wine members have direct access to dot studio and can ask her all sorts of questions around alcohol in their health which they do. I think the most frequently asked question is Oh dot. Tv been drinking for years. Do you think have damaged my Liba. Now as we live in the time of corona her expertise is even more important to us. We spent part of the interviewing discussing the virus as well as the impact of alcohol on our general health. Let's remember the alcohol weakens our immune system and thus allows thing we want to do during global pandemic. We want to stay strong. We want to stay safe. And if you've ever wondered like how did exactly what a scientific time storm is. Then you're in the right place. Just keep listening. Began our conversation by asking judy to tell us something about her personal life. My name is Dr Judy Just turned sixty a few months ago at trained as a a niece theologist and At the moment in private practice waking in with a few spacious in the Jonah's Era on marriage and full the second time maybe happily and between us we five children sprayed leather the wolves and at the moment being in lockdown is quite an interesting time in our lives and although we still waiting the avalanche patients we all preparing the moments gauging Full full that well. We'll talk a little bit more about lockdown on the pandemic later but let's Let's focus on you for a for a while so so tell me when you start thinking that you might have an unhealthy relationship with alcohol. Well I think of always none because it's Quadra Family on on my father's side pay all our That side of the family's eighteen to be sorted. They happy that happy drugs. That will drink too much. But it's right my mother's side. I've had aunts and uncles who thought from alcohol abuse by liberals packed up in my foot. My Ex husband was an alcoholic ask started attending alanon meetings about fifty years ago with my husband so I was funny aware of the facts. That's alcohol is problematic. But I think that's what happened with me is gradually ugly. Is I saw to drinking as you know? Being Dragon? Ab thing and you get a tolerance assaulted drinking more more and then eventually at a realized. It's about time for me to to to stop a try to moderates which wasn't possible so I have tried stopping many Tom's but with limited success because I tried to do Case a your objectives when you came belong to one of our workshops were to not lead once and for all I think yes well. I realized that I can't do it on needed A- needed help to do it and end. It was like coming home when I went to the workshop on the Spring Challenge and I went to one of your workshops and which was insane. It's eight not eight months ago and anything being wonderful place for Dwelled on it's not easy for anybody but I think cal communication helps doesn't it? Yeah and win one gets a he kept. You can share it. Sort of hits A bit of depression around soon months which I think is quite common. I think it's because the Brian is exciting to give me. Give me my fix. And but with the help. The community Mouth Farm. Yeah you just sit there all bodies saying? Give me my fix. So let's talk about the fact that alcohol is a drug Illegal drug which is why so many people get hope chopping but why is alcohol drug k? Well let me just got back long time ago. One of the one of the Heat Hammer sapiens. Big Success Stories is when they discovered fire because they realize that the meats that coach and eat. That's it was much easily to pricey so instead of us being knocked elephants. Spain's twelve hours. A day does rummaging for food. We can have on me which gives us a of extra time to do whatever we have to do. And that is winning the development of the humans that all Brian started expanding so rapidly bucks because it is a baby daily contractor and the Brian has developed a mechanism to keep. It's safe which we call the black brain barrier and this concern of some very Join cells around your brain which stops any toxin or anything dangerous to the body for getting into the brine hot eva alcohol Tiny little molecule consists two carbon molecules. Lots of hodgin molecules hydroxy which is an oxygen and and a hydrogen money kill which is able to cross. I will the blood brain barrier at sort of melts into the now Kacz- show exactly how it does that bit. It seems to melt into the blood by Barry and they thus has its effect on the bright. And it's also shays that there's a few other substances need could chain a canopus anesthetics example works in the same way. And that is what makes alcohol site one of the reasons they decide just because it's able to cross into the enjoy Bryant and had all the effects that we that we fully aware of that so interesting. Thank you for.

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