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Do you ever say, "I'm never drinking again!", but then you drink again? There are many reasons why this happens, and none of them are that we're weak-willed losers. Gill was a daily drinker who had it all together. She had a good marriage and a job as a biochemist. On the outside her drinking appeared to not be that bad, but on the inside she suffered with massive anxiety and suicidal thoughts. Pushed to her breaking point, she accepted she is not someone who can ever drink. With a BS in Che ...
 
The Hello Someday Podcast helps busy and successful women build a life they love without alcohol. Visit www.hellosomedaycoaching.com to grab the FREE Sober Girl's Guide To Quitting Drinking - 30 Tips For Your First 30 Days. Host Casey McGuire Davidson, a certified life coach and creator of The Sober Girl’s Guide to Quitting Drinking, brings together her experience quitting drinking while navigating work and motherhood, along with experts in personal development, self-care, addiction and reco ...
 
Nick is the go-to man on addiction related matters for National press, TV and Radio. He has consulted for many private addiction rehabs throughout the years and setup Help4Addiction which is one of the largest addiction advisory services in the UK.This podcast is a variety of useful information regarding all forms of addictions, how to get help and how to progress. Nick speaks with some of the worlds leading experts on addiction and therapies as well as walking you through some of the princi ...
 
Ready to live a happy sober life? This is the podcast for you. Every week the world's number one 'how to stop drinking' mentor (Craig Beck of www.StopDrinkingExpert.com) posts a free audio download here.Episodes cover...How to control alcohol quickly & easilyDealing with your drinking friends and familyRelaxing without a drinkAlcohol-free alternativesDealing with stress and anxietyDestroy all cravings in 3 easy movesSleep better and rest betterHow to vacation & celebrate without alcohol (and ...
 
Exit The Drinking Life is the podcast for the person who is questioning their fondness for alcohol. The individual who is ready to make the conscious choice to change their drinking habits. You know it’s going to take some work to change your relationship with alcohol and you are ready to take action and exit the drinking life. Debi has been right where you are. She understands the challenge is real. Each week she’ll bring you ideas, support resources, interviews, and encouragement to inspir ...
 
Have you been looking for a kind, warm, non-judgmental parenting community? Come join MegAnne each week while she shares stories, tools, and tips from her near 20 years of helping parents enjoy raising strong willed children! As the creator of The C.L.E.A.R. Method of parenting, her mission it to help parents drink hot coffee, stop yelling and enjoy raising their strong willed children by helping to remove fear-based punishments.
 
Every Thursday, Chloe and Neeloo open up about the good, the bad, and ugly of relationship life, drawing on raw, unfiltered personal experience. The best part? In each episode, the dynamic duo gather the intel you never knew you needed from inside the minds of male guests and other industry experts. Their goal: find answers to the questions you might be too anxious—or too nice—to ask. Whether you’re looking for someone new or need a break from dating altogether, join Chloe and Neeloo on One ...
 
Two homosexuals discuss everything you never wanted to know about pop culture, current events, and listener write-ins. Franny sings the latest pop hits and Brenda references obscure gay histories as these two laugh and drink their way into your hearts. Stop walking so slow on the sidewalk, because these two got places to be! HELLURRRRR!
 
Planet Sober Radio Podcast is for people recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. Join us in recovery with stories from your hosts Brandon and Sober Joe and co-host Jade. Addiction, Alcoholism, Recovery, Quit Drinking and Stop Using Drugs
 
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-ba ...
 
Hello beautiful soul, This is a podcast to help uplift you and remind you of what you may already know, or help you discover new and healthy perspectives to go through life with as much peace and happiness by teaching you coping strategies on how to manage stress and expanding the mind with new ideas of how to strengthen and develop strong and meaningful relationships.
 
If you’re ready to break up with all the things you’re doing that only give you temporary relief and learn how to get on the fast track to feeling amazing every single day (without it being overly complicated or unsustainable) - this show is for you. Whether it’s low back pain, sciatica, knee pain, arthritis, neck pain, TMJ, rotator cuff issues or shoulder pain - life without pain is 100% possible (no matter how old you are). Alexandra Ellis from AE Wellness teaches you how to use self-care ...
 
It's 5 o'clock somewhere, and somewhere is Bushwick. Every Thursday afternoon, Caity, Kat, and the rest of the HRN team pile in the studio, grab a drink, and dish out the latest news from across the HRN airwaves with some special guests. You never know who will stop by for Happy Hour!
 
This podcast might not actually kill you, but it covers so many things that can. Each episode tackles a different disease, from its history, to its biology, and finally, how scared you need to be. Ecologists and epidemiologists Erin Welsh and Erin Allmann Updyke make infectious diseases acceptable fodder for dinner party conversation and provide the perfect cocktail recipe to match
 
The lads and lasses of Achievement Hunter congregate each week to discuss the important questions in life. Plus drink beer. Watch LIVE every Thursday at 3PM CT on Rooster Teeth Live. Watch the free video version at YouTube.com/AchievementHunter.
 
When you’re going through something hard, it’s easy to feel like nobody out there gets it. But we’re never as alone as we think we are. Every week on Help a Human Out, we’ll meet one person going through something hard...and get them practical help from a person who has been there. Guiding each episode with empathy and humor is host Miss Danielle, former host of a syndicated morning talk show and currently a special educator, mother and fiance. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/he ...
 
This is a podcast for curious people working in the beverage industry: from marketers to makers, from brewers to bartenders, from distillers to drinkers. Each episode brings you insights that are relevant to everyone in the beverage industry who wants to build their knowledge about the people, products and plans behind the liquids we love. Hosts Will Keating and Pádraig Fox bring all their experience, wit and charm to interviews with guests who are a mix of true subject matter experts, cutti ...
 
In The Soul's Work Podcast, host Janice Ho discusses self-development topics, including healing from trauma and addiction, getting connected with our higher selves, practicing self-care, and more. Janice is a Korean-Canadian from Toronto, Ontario. This podcast is not meant to give professional advice, but to share personal experiences and hopefully help others feel less alone in their own journeys.
 
Join John Burke and John Selle on their quest to find the perfect beer. They will travel far and wide to provide the best and most entertaining beer reviews you can find. Going from brewery to brewery they will stop at nothing to drink all of the beers. Home brewer and beer enthusiast, John Burke, uses his unique perspective on his past experiences of binge drinking to enlighten the audience about what makes a quality beer. Meanwhile co-host and local comedian, John Selle, draws from his pas ...
 
Welcome to Weekend Wednesday's With Wilfred. This is officially episode one in a series of weekly episodes going over what's happening in and around Colorado. Every week we do a new episode. This week we are going over fun events happening in Denvet. From the best places to eat in Denver's finest eateries to the best places to stop for a drink. So sit back relax and enjoy today's episode!
 
You know when something isn’t illegal but it FEELS illegal? Unethical Podcast conducts case studies in controversy. The content is not recommended for the loud of mouth, the faint of heart, the moderate of alcoholics, or the mild of salsa. Get comfortable, it’s time to think, drink and be on the brink.
 
Welcome to Change Ur Tune! We're funny females, sippin' cocktails, tellin' tall tales based on the lyrics to all your favorite songs. Each episode, we will discuss the lyrics to a popular song as the guidelines to a sort of fanfiction written by one of our hosts Paige, Faith, and Alicia! Producer Rebekah will concoct a drink to match the song, Producer Lacy will bring a game for us to play, and we probably won't stop laughing! Let's go!
 
In 2016, Christian Ruvalcaba, Cody Hall, and Brian Perez started recording themselves talking and the rest was history. Their hour-ish long podcast, known as “The Wanger Show”, quickly became and continues to be the #1 podcast (according to us) on the Schmoes Know iTunes feed. Their popularity has skyrocketed but their egos have been kept in check. Well, except for Brian. That guy’s out of control. Together, the guys continued to collaborate on various short films and sketches while remainin ...
 
The Great Dane Society is an actual play Call of Cthulhu podcast, featuring an almost all female cast, minus the GM. Join the Great Danes Saturday nights at 6:30pm pst at https://twitch.tv/QuestsandChaos or on VOD at https://youtube.com/QuestsChaos. Ezra Denney | https://twitter.com/ezrawonttweet/ Amy Puzia | https://twitter.com/amypuzia/ Tiana Hanson | https://twitter.com/Vana1895 Nick Watros | https://twitter.com/QuestsAndChaos Julie Hall | https://twitter.com/QuestsAndChaos Tom Ogas | htt ...
 
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omm388.resistance > saturday morning. i was lounging in bed this morning and thought, hey, i should do something productive. like get up? nah. i’ll record an audio from bed instead! and this audio is about feeling resistance to doing hard things, the origin of the ‘wolfie’ voice, and why you have to learn self-care (or else it’ll blow your house do…
 
Let’s talk about the fact that most women who realize that they have a problematic relationship with alcohol don’t actually ‘want’ to stop drinking. Most of us had a lot of good times drinking over the years. At one point drinking was a lot of fun, and sometimes it still is. We had amazing vacations, girl’s nights and romantic date nights with alco…
 
This week, Chloe & Neeloo talk about insecurities and how to get the f over them, what it's like to start all over again (specifically with their careers), how perfectionism is just an excuse that is holding you back and why you need to stop giving a sh*t what people think about you. This episode will make you want to go live your life and do whate…
 
I gave up coffee and have zero regrets. ☕️ Drinking coffee was not just a morning ritual for me, but every system in my body depended on it, even when it was causing a problem. But after laying in bed wide awake for yet another night - I had a wild idea. What if we just stopped drinking coffee? The first two weeks were hell. But after that? I start…
 
This episode focuses on the story of the massacre of Jonestown. We talk about the methods through which Jim Jones amassed hundreds of followers, and how their "Father" became their collective tormentor. We compare Jones methods with NXIVM and Scientology, breaking down the things that led to the People's Temple becoming a high control cult that bra…
 
The one thing, year after year, parents obsess over are admissions. Questions like - which school is right for my child? Does this school have good alumni graduates? Which board is right for my child? What do I have to do to stand out in the crowd? These questions just weigh us down. Parents - I know what you are going through because I went throug…
 
This episode is brought to you by Manscaped! Go to https://www.manscaped.com/​​ and use code word WANGERS to get 20% off + free shipping! It's that time of the year where Eric Striffler pops into the show to see if we can podcast for more than five hours! We catch up with him and all of his recent endeavors and so much more. And Brian finally watch…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately impacted racial and ethnic minorities, especially here in the United States. Higher infection, hospitalization, and death rates due to COVID-19 have been observed for historically marginalized groups, and the harmful effects stem beyond those relating to health, with higher unemployment and food and hous…
 
Criminal justice advocates in New York state say they hope to build on recent victories, such as the legalization of adult recreational use of marijuana, to gain more reforms for members of Black and brown communities who are incarcerated at a higher rate than white New Yorkers. Advocates and progressive-leaning Democratic lawmakers hope that in th…
 
Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg sparked some debate when he recently said, "There is racism physically built into some of our highways." Critics called it hyperbole, and mocked the statement for trying too hard to connect all problems to race. But historians have taken this opening to teach about the history that Buttigieg is referencing…
 
If more workers are going to do their jobs from home or from remote settings, even after the pandemic, what becomes of large office spaces? NPR reports that the pandemic could lead to an exodus of workers from downtown and centralized office buildings. That means pain for local tax rolls, and for nearby businesses that rely on foot traffic during l…
 
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday that New York state will distribute 35,000 COVID-19 vaccines directly to state’s and New York City’s public colleges and universities — where some schools have already begun offering the vaccine — with the aim of vaccinating as many college students as possible before the end of the spring semester. Cuomo said the…
 
In this episode, you’ll learn from one of the leading Beer writer's in the world how each of us can do more to make our drinks businesses more inclusive, more diverse and, ultimately, more profitable. We talk with Melissa Cole, author of a number of leading beer books, including the classic "Let Me Tell You About Beer" and she gives us a full and f…
 
In this episode, you’ll learn from one of Europe's leading experts, what flavour trends are coming to both hot and cold beverage categories from beer to coffee and from spirits to smoothies. We talk with John Kelly, Senior Strategic Marketing Manager with Kerry Group about how one of the world's leading flavours and ingredients companies studies, f…
 
In this episode, you’ll learn how the best bar in the world uses science to make better drinks and more money. We talk with Gregory Buda Ph. D., Education Director of the Dead Rabbit Bar in NYC about how he approaches the science of drink creation and bartending systems. Gregory shares the insights he has gained from tending bar, training staff and…
 
In this episode I am being interviewed on the Modern Mindset Podcast by Adam Cox. He asks me what my key beliefs that if someone were to adopt would improve the quality of their life and/or relationships, how our emotional state positively or negatively influences the quality of our relationships, what psychological strategies I've discovered that …
 
Where can a man go to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life (and get away from his family)? Why, a weird cave thing that he built himself. This week, two men who will never have enough space in their homes to build a man cave for themselves discuss what they think other guys do with their space and imagine what it's like watching a movie in G…
 
In this episode of The Jordan Syatt Mini-Podcast, I share some of my more genius strategies (if I do say so myself) designed to help you achieve a balanced and sustainable relationship with health and fitness. - I talk about calorie cycling for fat loss - how to get better at calorie counting (and make it easier long-term) - how to stop calorie cou…
 
Thanks to ExpressVPN for sponsoring our channel http://expressvpn.com/achievement Everyone on set tested negative for COVID-19 and appropriate precautions were taken for this live production. The AH Crew sit down to talk about parental revenge, intimidating mouthguards, quarantine hair game, and more on this week's Off Topic! This episode originall…
 
Can someone really quit drinking cold turkey? Just stop and not start again? Is it possible? Is it safe? First and foremost, if you are at all concerned that you might suffer withdrawal symptoms when you stop drinking, talk to a doctor first. In this episode, Annie Grace describes who falls into the group of people most likely to need medical assis…
 
*EXPLICIT CONTENT WARNING* We pick up where we left off on Part 1, with the discovery of Tess by her mother in the area the police claimed they had already searched. Kalen tells some lies to some undercover cops, and some truths too. The family hasn’t gotten all the justice they deserve yet, but they’ve gotten what matters most. Toronto is moving i…
 
Community leaders gathered at the Father Tracy Advocacy Center Friday to ask for help from police and the community for their own safety and the protection of the La Marketa International Plaza . The idea for the plaza goes back to the 1970’s . It was completed last year . “Look at that field of life. We’re making progress here,” said Rudy Rivera C…
 
Various media sources report that alcoholism has increased due to the pandemic. Local researchers leading a study on the issue have noticed that participants’ drinking habits have changed; the data shows they are drinking more and differently due to pandemic stressors. We talk with the experts about the research and how to help people struggling wi…
 
A new CBS sitcom called “The United States of Al” tells the story of an Afghan interpreter who is reunited with a Marine veteran in the U.S. after escaping the Taliban. It’s a familiar story – and an often long and painful process – for interpreters who come to America on Special Immigrant Visas (SIVs) after serving with the U.S. military. Even bef…
 
Gill discusses relapse. She explains how common it is for people to relapse, some different perspectives on sobriety, and some things that increase the chance of relapsing. You’ll learn about her experiences with going back to drinking, and a few things you can work on if returning to drinking or relapsing is an issue for you. As a listener of Sobe…
 
Matt is a married father of four whose passion for living alcohol free is truly contagious. He fully owns and transparently and shamelessly shares all aspects of his journey, including the work he has done and continues to do to repair his relationships with his wife and children. Today, Matt and Annie talk about how Matt stopped drinking, why he p…
 
One of the things we love to see in the Club Soda community is the way that everyone celebrates every milestone with each other. The community works so well because everyone is so giving of their time, whether that’s encouraging someone who feels that they’re stuck on day one, or answering questions from sober curious newcomers. If you’ve been in t…
 
Monroe County is in the midst of another COVID-19 case surge, according to county officials. Dr. Michael Mendoza, the county's public health commissioner, reported 302 new cases Thursday, raising the county’s seven-day positivity rate to 2.7%. He said the significant increase may be due to the U.K. variant B.1.1.7. Mendoza said this strain is more …
 
The Rochester Youth Climate Leaders are gearing up to host their annual Youth Climate Summit on April 14. The virtual conference will include a number of subjects: what climate change will mean for Rochester and the Finger Lakes; climate justice; Monroe County's Climate Action Plan; climate education; and more. We preview the conference with our gu…
 
What are the most significant public health errors of the pandemic? Our guests are doctors who have pushed back against public health groupthink, challenging colleagues to stop the refrain of "Stay home, save lives." They feel that public health has failed to protect the most vulnerable during this pandemic, and they have ideas for how to shift cou…
 
Host Sarah Crespi talks with Contributing Correspondent Joshua Sokol about magnetars—highly magnetized neutron stars. A recent intense outburst of gamma rays from a nearby galaxy has given astronomers a whole new view on these mysterious magnetic monsters.Also on this week’s show, Christoph Zollikofer, a professor of anthropology at the University …
 
Quests and Chaos Presents the Great Dane Society playing Call of Cthulhu Down Darker Trails. Join this Actual Play campaign live on Twitch, Uploaded to Youtube, and here on the Quests And Chaos Podcast Network. The Danes seem surprisingly ok with their compatriots being eaten; will the agency agree? And what is next for the Danes as they have compl…
 
One of Rochester’s oldest companies will continue the family legacy. Fee Brothers, which dates back to 1864, is transitioning its management to the next generation. Fee Brothers makes products that you mix in alcoholic drinks, such as cocktail mixes, bitters and cordial syrups. Ownership and management of the company has recently moved to a fifth g…
 
Whenever I feel like I can barely keep my head above water, the first thing that gets dropped is my workouts. Which then only fuels the overwhelm because I move for my mental health. It’s a double edged sword - you don’t have time to workout because you’re overwhelmed but then you feel more overwhelmed because your haven’t moved and your cells are …
 
Did you know that you can live alcohol-free and still enjoy your life? You can still be social, still hang out with your friends who drink and also transform internally. You can let go of the things in your life that aren’t serving you, but also keep the people and activities that bring you joy. You can have everything you’ve always wanted. That’s …
 
Welcome back to "Live from the ManCave!!!" Like your favorite childhood tv shows, this is a very special episode where one grown man figures out how to get out of the bathroom once and for all. In this episode, the guys continue their discussion of recent important life events, except this one is all about weed. Get ready for a wild ride through th…
 
April usually brings spring showers, flowers, and allergies. When the weather began to change about two weeks ago, Shonta McFayden thought she was experiencing one of her invasive allergy attacks. “Maybe all this rain is picking up all this dust and dirt in the air. So maybe it's not really nothing too serious,” McFayden said It proved to be someth…
 
Gov. Andrew Cuomo commented for the first time on Wednesday about allegations that he gave priority to COVID-19 tests for his family and friends, last spring when the tests were scarce. Reports in the Washington Post , New York Times and Albany Times Union detailed accusations that Cuomo gave family members, including his mother and his brother, CN…
 
Progressive Democrats in the New York State Legislature took a victory lap after passing a budget that achieves many of the groups’ long-term goals, including a substantial increase in taxes on the wealthy and the fulfillment of a 15-year-old court order to fully fund the schools. Meanwhile, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, embroiled in several scandals, put the…
 
Local governments agencies, like the Rochester City School District, have been meeting remotely since the COVID-19 pandemic began. The remote meetings are possible because of a law passed as the pandemic hit New York last year. Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been extending the law each month for roughly 30 days. But, as City School District lawyer Steve Car…
 
How are overnight summer camps preparing for the season? What will camp look like during the second pandemic summer? Without vaccines for children, what changes are camps making to typical schedules and operations? We discuss these questions and more with our guests: Jackie Rudolph, executive director of YMCA Camp Gorham Pat Foster, executive direc…
 
We continue our conversations with candidates for Rochester City Council. Nearly 20 candidates are vying for five open at-large seats. We talk to the candidates about their priorities and platforms in advance of primary day. Our guests: Jonathan Hardin Stanley Martin Victor SanchezBy edawson@wxxi.org (Evan Dawson)
 
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