How to Use Mindfulness to Quit Drinking

Episode 19 July 21, 2021 00:36:22
How to Use Mindfulness to Quit Drinking
Alcohol Tipping Point
How to Use Mindfulness to Quit Drinking

Jul 21 2021 | 00:36:22

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Deb Masner

Show Notes

 Mindfulness Instructor and Counselor Megan O’Laughlin returns to the podcast to talk about using mindfulness to quit drinking. We talk about what mindfulness is (being in the present moment) and isn’t (meditating for hours). Megan also guides us through a useful mindfulness activity to use when you are feeling anxious or craving a drink.  

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