49 min

Casey Mcguire Davidson - Women, alcohol and the decision to stop drinking | Trauma Healing Coach Think Unbroken with Michael Unbroken | Childhood Trauma, CPTSD, and Mental Health Recovery

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In this episode, I am joined by Casey McGuire Davidson. We take a deep dive and talk about alcohol, sobriety, and indoctrination of marketing and alcohol consumption, and how to start to understand whether or not alcohol is impacting your life. You know, I've spoken about it before at length, but in my mid-20s, it was all about alcohol and partying and drinking and not taking care of myself.
I used to drink myself to sleep for a very long time, not having the right coping mechanisms, not having the right tools to manage and navigate stress, social pressures being filling like I'm too far gone dealing with the shame and guilt of it. In cases, approaches are really interesting because it's practical in that we can start to step into creating massive change in our lives around the way that we understand alcohol from a consumer perspective and the marketing that we see every day, especially geared towards women.
I'll say this right now, if you are a woman, if you are a mom, if you are a wine mom, you will want to listen to this episode, there's no shame, there's no guilt or anything here. But it's just an interesting conversation that she and I have about this idea of understanding that the social norms of alcohol in the years that we are in right now may be detrimental in ways that we don't even understand.
If you're in this place in your life, you're contemplating, or you're in precontemplation about this idea of like is drinking problematically in your life. You may want to take some time and listen to this episode. There were a lot of parallels in the conversation I had with her in thinking about my own journey with alcohol over the last 36 years of my life.
And so this episode, I think, hits home for me, particularly in many ways because I think about where my life would be if I did not change the established relationship that I had with the adult beverages.
Let’s get into the show and listen to this episode! 
Learn more about Casey Davidson at: https://hellosomedaycoaching.com/
Learn more about Coaching Program: https://coaching.thinkunbroken.com/
Learn more about NW Recovery at: https://nw-recovery.com/
 


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In this episode, I am joined by Casey McGuire Davidson. We take a deep dive and talk about alcohol, sobriety, and indoctrination of marketing and alcohol consumption, and how to start to understand whether or not alcohol is impacting your life. You know, I've spoken about it before at length, but in my mid-20s, it was all about alcohol and partying and drinking and not taking care of myself.
I used to drink myself to sleep for a very long time, not having the right coping mechanisms, not having the right tools to manage and navigate stress, social pressures being filling like I'm too far gone dealing with the shame and guilt of it. In cases, approaches are really interesting because it's practical in that we can start to step into creating massive change in our lives around the way that we understand alcohol from a consumer perspective and the marketing that we see every day, especially geared towards women.
I'll say this right now, if you are a woman, if you are a mom, if you are a wine mom, you will want to listen to this episode, there's no shame, there's no guilt or anything here. But it's just an interesting conversation that she and I have about this idea of understanding that the social norms of alcohol in the years that we are in right now may be detrimental in ways that we don't even understand.
If you're in this place in your life, you're contemplating, or you're in precontemplation about this idea of like is drinking problematically in your life. You may want to take some time and listen to this episode. There were a lot of parallels in the conversation I had with her in thinking about my own journey with alcohol over the last 36 years of my life.
And so this episode, I think, hits home for me, particularly in many ways because I think about where my life would be if I did not change the established relationship that I had with the adult beverages.
Let’s get into the show and listen to this episode! 
Learn more about Casey Davidson at: https://hellosomedaycoaching.com/
Learn more about Coaching Program: https://coaching.thinkunbroken.com/
Learn more about NW Recovery at: https://nw-recovery.com/
 


Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/think-unbroken-with-michael-unbroken-childhood-trauma-cptsd-and/exclusive-content

Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

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49 min