Ever want to quit something really badly, like soccer or piano or rowing, and have a coach/teacher reach out, pluck you from the darkness, and say “you’ll be fine”?
This is the subject of a brand new podcast (episode 295) sent to podcast subscribers.
In this audio, you'll hear me talk about learning to row when I was 27 years old and how that relates to being sober.
Which is to say, it’s about anxiety, the power of having someone tell you that you’re fine, and what good coaching can do for us.
Here's a clip of the podcast.
Extract from Sober Podcast 295. Rowing
You can leave a comment below, and tell me: Do you have an experience with coaching in your life that was helpful? Or a time when someone could have done something to smoothen things out for you, but didn’t?
If alcohol is an elevator that only goes down, then you can exit. Get off and stay off. Sober art thanks to my lovely husband, Mr.Belle 🙂
This is painting #348.
more here > www.artsober.com