Aidan Donnelley Rowley and Jolene Park talk about their decisions to make an Early Exit from the drinking life, the gray area of drinking and the ongoing edits they make to their lives.
If you are feeling run down and drained then this conversation will lift you up and give you the inspiration to start the energy recovery process. You deserve to have your fire burning bright.
No matter where you are on the journey, this episode will inspire you to cut yourself some slack and to give yourself the soothing forgiveness you need to get out of the cycle of gray area drinking.
Thinking About Drinking
In this episode, Jolene and Aidan share about the times when they think about drinking- like sitting by the fire or waiting for a table at a bar after a tough day.
Jolene and Aidan both share the practical, daily tools to access intuition on a deeper level, especially in the first months and years after giving up alcohol.
Gray Area Drinking
Jolene and Aidan discuss the polarizing trend around drinking labels and what constitutes “problem drinking”.
Navigating romantic relationships without alcohol.
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I needed to hear this and I am so grateful I found these 2 women. I’ve been feeling so lost and alone on my sober curious journey. I never quite felt like I fit in with any of the other “sober” podcasts and almost felt shamed for being in the “Gray” area of it. Thank you for your candor and for telling your stories. I connect and resonante with you both and I am grateful I have a space where I can go through this without a label. This podcast is truly universal and is relatable to all.
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I have so much to say, but every single thing you guys have said is my exact thoughts, feelings, and life. I prayed for clarity and peace dealing with this back-and-forth drinking wine, and finding your podcast has given me such a feeling of relief, with you eat sharing your story, it has given me a whole new mindset, and moving forward with my healthy lifestyle, the only thing I ever had in my way was wine , constantly tortured by it. Thank you