Are you ready to drink less and change your relationship with alcohol forever?
Successful women everywhere are drinking more alcohol more frequently. Society tells us that drinking is a normal way to handle stress and anxiety and is a fun, easy way to reward ourselves at the end of a long day. But drinking too much keeps us from living the healthy, connected, joyful life we really want.
Every day Dr. Sherry Price helps women transform their desire to drink with simple, powerful, cognitive-based tools. You’ll learn to trust yourself around alcohol and choose whether - and how much - to drink without feeling deprived or broken.
You deserve to feel like yourself again. Get started today at sherryprice.com/startnow and check out sherryprice.com for show notes and more.
Ep #70: Losing Weight
If you find yourself sluggish, sitting around, or making poor health decisions clouded by alcohol in your brain, I want you to tune in and listen closely this week. I’m sharing some of the science behind weight loss, and my three tips to start you on your weight loss journey.
Get full show notes and more information here: https://drinklesslifestyle.com/70
Ep #69: Becoming the Observer: A Success Interview with Anniston
I’m joined this week by one of my previous clients and we’re discussing the wisdom she’s gained on her journey. Anniston is a mindset and performance coach, and she’s sharing the red flags she saw with her drinking, some of the history behind how she got there, and how she’s living into her own Drink Less Lifestyle by truly observing her desire to drink.
Get full show notes and more information here: https://drinklesslifestyle.com/69
Ep #68: Effect Vs. Experience
Do you drink for the effect, or are you drinking for the experience? If you’re drinking because you don’t like your marriage, your job, you want to relieve stress, feel buzzed, or numb the past, I feel your pain because this means you are drinking for the effect that alcohol brings. But the truth is, there is no amount of alcohol that will fix these problems.
Get full show notes and more information here: https://drinklesslifestyle.com/68
Ep #67: Willpower Vs. Brain Power
It’s a beautiful thing to feel motivated towards your goals. However, this feeling isn’t going to last forever. So it’s time to ask yourself, are you trying to use willpower to fuel you and move you forward in 2022? Or are you ready to harness the power of your brain instead?
Get full show notes and more information here: https://drinklesslifestyle.com/67
Ep #66: Creating Closure
How quickly can you shed your old self, your old habits, and old patterns that aren’t working for you anymore? Leaving things in the past is such an important skill so we can move on. That’s exactly what we’re doing in this episode. I’m sharing a practice that has really helped me create closure on things that are ready to be left behind.
Get full show notes and more information here: https://drinklesslifestyle.com/66
Ep #65: Drinking Around the Holidays
The holidays are always full of challenges, and this leads us to drink in order to cope or feel at ease. However, you can train your brain to cope with any situation without requiring alcohol, and in this episode, I’m showing you how.
Get full show notes and more information here: https://drinklesslifestyle.com/65
Direction Not Perfection Approved!
As a dietitian and personal trainer I’ve always been a huge advocate of getting out of the “all-or-nothing” mindset … I believe we can strive for excellence, but ditch the idea of perfection! Sherry has introduced me to this thinking with alcohol 🍷… I never new this space existed!! I’m so excited how many women will hugely benefit from having an individualized approach with working on their relationship to alcohol!
I am ready to change my relationship.
I am at a point in my life where I wanted to change my relationship with alcohol. I started drinking around 17.. I am now 34. I grew up around alcohol whenever my parents had parties (which was every couple of weeks), seeing my dad drink beer daily, my parents ordered a few cocktails whenever we went to dinner, etc. When I turned 21 I partied all of the time. After COVID- I turned to wine to numb depression, anxiety, and the realization of not having a job.
Although I do drink a lot, I would not say I’m an alcoholic. It is definitely habitual. The other day I was talking to my friend about how I wanted to make some changes with my drinking. I searched “change my relationship with alcohol” on Spotify and there I found Dr. Price.
I listened to the first episode and immediately sent it to my friend who is in the same boat.
We both want to drink socially or just have one or two glasses of wine, rather than 2 bottles.
We also are wanting to become pregnant next year and know that stopping drinking is going to be a challenge, but absolutely necessary. We also fear that 1+ years of not drinking during the pregnancy process will lead to binge drinking.
I am thrilled that I found Dr. Price as the more I listen, the more I relate to her.
I am exited to learn how to change my relationship with alcohol. So awesome!!
Perfect for me
The last few months I have been evaluating my over drinking. My son suffered a serious brain injury 3 years ago, and I retired as a teacher. I started drinking during the week and even more on the weekends. I “knew” I deserved to drink after a long day of caretaking and an even longer day of sadness. This podcast has helped me regain the power in my life to drink very moderately and retrain my brain. I’m SO much happier! If you are in doubt just start at episode 1.