At the end of the day, we all want to just sit and unwind. Many of us reach for that glass of wine or favorite cocktail because we feel that alcohol will calm the mind as well as the body. The stress of the day seems to disappear. But if you find yourself doing this everyday, and for other stresses, like an argument with your partner or maybe when you are not able to sleep does that mean you have a problem…well, maybe not.
My guest is Georgia Foster, the “go-to girl” for over-drinking, anxiety, emotional overeating and self esteem issues. She gives us a new, positive perspective on drinking as a habit versus a problem and how it’s the Inner Critic that drives us to drink. Such an alternative way of thinking…you are definitely going to want to check it out!
Some things we talked about:
- It’s the Thinking Before the Drinking that’s the Problem!
- Why do People Drink?
- There’s a Middle Ground…Even for Drinking
- The Emotional Brain
- Drinking as a Habit
- The Inner Critic
- The Perfectionist
- The Pleaser
- A History of Default
- The Unconscious Mind and It’s Conflict
- Trauma and Emotions
About the Guest:
Georgia Foster is a Clinical Hypnotherapist and is known as the ‘go to girl’ for over-drinking, anxiety, emotional overeating and self esteem issues. Georgia believes our emotional conditioning can hinder our success in life and can age us in very unhelpful ways.