Drinking is like pouring liquid shit into your life. It flows over everything. It affects every aspect of your life.
And to make things worse? This liquid poo (alcohol) is addictive. If you consume some liquid poo, it makes you want MORE of it.
If that doesn’t sound like a nightmare, then I don’t know what does.
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Sober Podcast 252. Addictive Liquid Poo
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OH my god, I just can’t get enough of this. fantastic!!!! could listen to it a million times. the boozer “language goes in a different door” – DEFINITELY – “this isn’t an inner goddess” audio. Oh my god, I just love this.
This was me!!! Putting on the nice twinkly music, doing yoga, trying to find my inner happiness, all while pouring liquid poo on my head! So sad that I couldn’t see the irony in all of those failed attempts at self-help. This is fantastic stuff. thank you for being hilarious, brilliant, and honest.
This audio addresses so many issues (moderation, true happiness, self-care, booze doesn’t suit me, etc).
I remember listening to this audio for the first time, hungover, driving home from somewhere with my husband and kid. After listening to this audio (with my earbuds in), my stomach dropped and I realized that you were speaking to me. I got caught in lying to myself. There would be no “amazon warrior” for me, while I was drowning in liquid poo. I looked over at my husband and said “I don’t think I can drink anymore – like, not at all”. 113 days today. A great listen for this stage in being sober. Thank you.