You've probably tried to cut back your drinking more times than you'd care to admit.
You are a high achieving person that has your crap together. So why haven't you been successful cutting back your alcohol use? It's not because something is wrong with you. You just need some help identifying the root cause and also some other coping strategies to deal with all the stress that comes with being a modern day woman. You've probably been taught that you just need more willpower and when that runs out you feel like a failure. The shame that comes with over-drinking is more powerful than you know and we have to tackle our emotional responses head on. I'll walk alongside you as you get the root cause(s) of your over-drinking. Let's tackle this problem once and for all.
✔ Join the program anytime. It's self guided with weekly videos and a digital journal.
✔ Immediate lifetime access to the private and secure platform.
✔ Mobile app for convenience.
✔ Community of women within the learning platform.
✔ Side benefits: better sleep, weight loss, improved relationships, more energy, more joy.
✔ Option for joining anonymously if you wish.
Optional Coaching Add Ons:
These coaching sessions are meant to reinforce and enhance your experience through the program. They are completely optional and payment plans are available. You can also just book 1:1 coaching without the program if you'd like.
Being a modern day woman comes with so many responsibilities. We carry the mental load for our families and households all while working and finding career success. We carry mom guilt, wife guilt, sister guilt, daughter guilt, work guilt and it can get overwhelming and exhausting. I see you. I am you.
I'm a former healthcare executive who spent 15 years taking care of others. After having my second child I came back to work and quickly felt overwhelmed. The only way I knew to cope was to crack open a bottle of wine. When you are a working mom (this includes ALL moms because ALL work) the only way to cope with the stress and overwhelm is through wine. Or, that's the lie I was sold. I'd wake up feeling ashamed. I'd think, I didn't even brush my teeth last night and did I really drink that whole bottle that's on the counter? What is wrong with me? I'm definitely not drinking tonight......but the cycle continued for quite some time. I was matching my husband drink for drink, so it felt like I wasn't overdoing it. But women can't drink as much as men. Yet, another lie we are sold. I'd wake up groggy (from all the wine and junk food) go to work and give every ounce of energy there, come home and open a bottle of wine. Rinse and repeat. I'd gained weight and had zero energy at home. Oddly enough, I was still thriving at work and no one knew, because that's what high-achieving woman do. We hide our struggles. We show up "strong" and with our armor on.
After about a year of this cycle, I was able to get a handle on it. I mostly reserved drinking for weekends or special events. Yay!! All fixed. But then.....you guessed it. Covid hit. I was feeling so many emotions: fear, anxiety, sadness, grief, anger, and had no idea how to manage them all and certainly not all at the same time. My husband and I made cocktails and drank wine every single night. We had Zoom happy hours with friends and family and started drinking earlier and earlier. We were home schooling our kids and both running our own businesses and we were stressed and uncertain of the future. Part of this time was actually fun. We joked about our drinking with friends and it felt like it eased the discomfort of 2020. But then it stopped being fun.
November 1st, 2020 was the day I realized I needed to make a drastic change. I'd had some lab work come back that was abnormal and I felt awful. I'd always been the picture of health. I exercised regularly and ate healthy. I'd never had abnormal lab work. I knew the booze was the culprit. This was serious. I dug in deep and finally did the hard work. And it wasn't easy and it wasn't always fun. Through my journey, I identified 4 Pillars of Success with cutting back or quitting drinking all together: Emotional Intelligence, Self-Love & Compassion, Soul-Care (not to be confused with the frivolous self-care we are sold), Self-awareness. I'll teach you what these all mean and how to apply it to the problem at hand. Over-drinking. Turns out these "soft" skills are applicable to all areas of life.
So many programs are all or nothing. The fear of totally quitting forever is paralyzing to people, so they don't seek support. If you don't believe you are an alcoholic, but you do think drinking is problematic for you, you're in the right place. I'll give you the tools and the clarity to choose what's right for you. No judgements, no hard and fast rules, and certainly no shaming. I chose to drastically cut back my drinking, because it wasn't healthy for me. Cookies also aren't healthy for me, but that doesn't mean I'm anti-cookie. I still drink (and eat cookies) on occasion, but I plan it in advance. I rarely even WANT alcohol and I NEVER thought I could be someone that said that. I honor my commitments to myself and I'll teach you this too.
If you are sick and tired of being sick and tired, join me. It won't be easy, but it will be worth it.
What you are thinking......
Side benefits of cutting back or quitting....
Let's think differently
If you think you can't afford it, plug in what you spend on alcohol over a 3-month period. For some reason our wine money doesn't seem like real money to us, but it is. Not to mention all the non-financial costs of staying on your current path.
Disclaimer: This is not medical advice. If you are unable to stop drinking without withdrawal symptoms, this program is not for you. Quitting drinking abruptly can be dangerous and if you should consult a physician or recovery provider.
For people who want to determine whether their drinking habits qualify as a disorder, WHO created an alcohol use disorder identification test to help you determine quickly where you might fall on the spectrum. It’s easy to complete and provides an answer online in minutes.
The NIAAA provides an Alcohol Treatment Navigator as well to help you find the right treatment program, doctor or therapist for you. And the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration provides a 24/7 helpline to refer you to appropriate treatment. Simply call 1-800-662-HELP (4357).