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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 ...
 
Tired of breaking your promise to go easy on the drinks tonight? You know your nightly habit isn’t great for your health or waistline, but it’s so hard to say no. Sound familiar? Then you need Rachel. She knows what it’s like to be fed up with your drinking, worried about judgment from others, and turned off by approaches that focus on a higher power instead of brain science. Learn the exact steps she used to change her relationship with alcohol. Discover how the brain works, the real reason ...
 
“Aging Flipped” is where we flip the script on all the things we believe are true about aging, alcohol’s role in our lives, ADHD, and what’s possible after you turn 50. Your host Debi Talbert, certified Mindset & Alcohol Freedom Coach, is a Baby Boomer on a mission to break the stigma she grew up with around, ADHD, Rethinking Alcohol, and Aging. Song credit: Songwriters: A.Rochelle Harper and Gary Boz Boswell (c)2008 ASCAP Link to the song - https://www.reverbnation.com/rochelleharpermusic/s ...
 
Are you sick of feeling controlled by alcohol?Do you want to drink less?Do you wake up after a night of drinking feeling anxious and full of regret?I've been there and want to help you. In this podcast I will be talking with ex-binge drinkers, alcoholics in recovery, drug and and alcohol counsellors and people that have good stuff to say about quitting the drink. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Healthier Together, hosted by bestselling author and longtime journalist Liz Moody, is a research-backed wellness podcast all about helping you live your healthiest, happiest life. Each week, Liz sits down with some of the world's best functional doctors, researchers, authors, journalists and various other leaders in their field to answer all of health and wellness questions you want to know. In a world where wellness information is everywhere, this podcast aims at cutting through the noise ...
 
The Alcohol Minimalist podcast is dedicated to helping habit drinkers and adult children of alcoholics to change their drinking habits and create a peaceful relationship with alcohol: past, present and future. We are proof positive that you can break unbreakable habits and create a peaceful relationship with alcohol. Becoming an alcohol minimalist means: Choosing how to include alcohol in our lives following low-risk guidelines. Freedom from anxiety around alcohol use. Less alcohol without f ...
 
Are worried you might be drinking too much but can’t imagine your life without happy hours and wine glasses? In early sobriety and looking for tools and support to stay alcohol-free? Just wondering what this whole “sober curious movement'' is all about? You’re in the right place! The Hello Someday Podcast was created for busy women with full calendars and overflowing to-do lists, who are doing ALL THE THINGS and then coming home and drinking to forget about all the things. Each week host Cas ...
 
If you're ready to end your struggle with binge eating and create your ideal eating life then this is the podcast for you. You'll learn how to find and use your self-control, how to trust yourself around food, and change your relationship with food. You'll learn simple tools that you can apply in your own life right away and gain insights into why you keep self-sabotaging yourself and what you can do about it. Your host, Kirstin Sarfde, is a certified life and weight loss coach who has gone ...
 
Stop Overdrinking and Create the Life You Love! Hey Sister! Do you find yourself saying, “I need to get control of my drinking?” Do you google “How to know if I’m drinking too much” or “Am I an alcoholic?” Feeling stressed most of the time? Is your health going downhill and it makes you feel like crap? Is your anxiety through the roof, so much that you wake up at 3am with your heart racing and thinking negative thoughts about yourself? You hide it well. Not many people know. You show up for ...
 
For a decade, Dave Asprey, “the father of biohacking,” elevated what you knew about the capabilities of your mind and body across a thousand episodes of Bulletproof Radio. Now, he’s evolving it even further in his plan to upgrade humanity. You’re invited to expand your knowledge, explore your own performance and embrace possibility with The Human Upgrade™. You’ll meet bright thinkers and radical doers who push the boundaries of science, technology, personal development, and human performance ...
 
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In this episode I catch up with the very colourful Calamity Tash from Adelaide. Tash gave away alcohol at the age of 25 years old, after years of habitual serious bingeing (to the point of alcohol poisoning), blackouts, and using alcohol as a coping mechanism. Her drinking spiralled out of control, starting her day with wine, drinking in her lunch …
 
H.V.M.N. sponsored this episode. IN THIS “UPGRADE SPOTLIGHT” EPISODE OF THE HUMAN UPGRADE™…Metabolic biochemist Latt Mansor, Ph.D., joins the show from H.V.M.N. (Health Via Modern Nutrition), where he leads research for the company. He’s an expert in metabolism who consults with elite sport, military, clinical and research organizations. As a key b…
 
Dr Amy Zegart is a senior fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies and Professor of Political Science at Stanford University. Amy is also the Morris Arnold and Nona Jean Cox Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Chair of Stanford’s Artificial Intelligence and International Security Steering Committee, and a contributing w…
 
New research shows that 6.5 million Canadians don’t have a family doctor. It also explores what “trade-offs” people might accept for better access. We discuss the data with Dr. Tara Kiran, a family physician at St. Michael's Hospital, and the Fidani Chair in Improvement and Innovation at the University of Toronto.…
 
Thirteen provincial and territorial premiers have urged the federal government to tighten up Canada's bail system — a call echoed by police associations across the country. Matt Galloway talks to John Cerasuolo, president and CEO of the Ontario Provincial Police Association; Anne-Marie McElroy, a criminal defence attorney in Ottawa; and John Rudin,…
 
Clara Ford, a Black woman, was accused of murdering Frank Westwood, the son of a wealthy Toronto family, in 1894. She defended herself in court — and won. Carolyn Whitzman tells the story of race and justice in her new book, Clara at the Door with a Revolver: The Scandalous Black Suspect, the Exemplary White Son, and the Murder That Shocked Toronto…
 
… Dr. Kelly Brogan shares why her views often go against conventional thinking—on topics from pharmaceuticals to sex to pole dancing to relationship compatibility. She's a psychiatrist who specializes in psychosomatic medicine and integrative holistic medicine. Her root-cause resolution approach to psychiatric syndromes and symptoms coupled with ot…
 
Hey ladies! Any control freaks out there?? I’m raising my hand. I am a recovering control freak. If anything, this was the key player under the layers of my drinking habits. It took me a while to dig and realize all the areas of my life and others that I was trying to control. In this episode, I help you see things you may not have seen that you ar…
 
How do you navigate life as a sober mom when the alcohol industry has spent millions of marketing dollars to embed the “mommy needs wine” message firmly in our culture? How do you talk to other moms about your decision to take a break from drinking and see what it’s like to be a sober mom? Motherhood without alcohol can feel like a foreign concept …
 
A House of Commons committee is probing the federal government’s decisions to grant multimillion-dollar contracts to the consulting firm McKinsey & Company. Matt Galloway talks to Amanda Clarke, an associate professor of public administration at Carleton University; and Michael Forsythe, an investigative reporter with the New York Times and co-auth…
 
Sleep tips for shift and night workers, and the impact of blue light, white noise, blackout curtains, weighted blankets, napping, and more on sleep. exactly what to do if you’re a “bad” sleeper (and why you shouldn’t freak out!) how genetics plays into sleep & how to become a “good” sleeper the truth about sleep trackers like Oura, FitBit, WHOOP, E…
 
This week on the podcast I'm talking all about reducing alcohol in your life and why it's important to you, and to being an alcohol minimalist. Resources mentioned: Canada's Guidance on Alcohol and Health: Final Report 2023 Alcohol Truths: How Much is Safe? Interested in Step One? Buy Breaking the Bottle Legacy: How to Change Your Drinking Habits a…
 
Do you know the difference between reacting versus responding when an issue comes up? Maybe something happened at work and your emotions are running high, so you can’t wait to get home and have a drink. But you didn’t originally plan on drinking that night. These are a sign that you’re reacting. And when you’re reacting, you’re giving away your pow…
 
We talk to three energy workers in Alberta about what a “just transition” means to them — and what they think their jobs could look like in a net-zero future: Chad Miller, a pipeline facilities consultant and founder of the Facebook group Oilfield Dads; Ken Wallace, a geologist who recently returned to the oil and gas industry; and Amanda Hall, a g…
 
The U.S. is building a program to privately sponsor refugees, modelled on the one Canada created in the 1970s. We discuss the new program — and what needs to be done to strengthen our own sponsorships — with Mark Hetfield, president and CEO of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society in Silver Spring, Md.; Brian Dyck, the national migration and resettlemen…
 
New voluntary guidelines for long-term care homes were published on Tuesday, but some experts warn that they won’t make life better for residents unless they’re adopted in full. Matt Galloway talks to Janice Keefe, a member of the Health Standards Organization, which published the guidelines; and Mary Oko, former chair of the family council at Cope…
 
IN THIS EPISODE OF THE HUMAN UPGRADE™…you’re going to learn how to work with your own biology, adapt to adversity, and get resilient AF. Doctor, educator and entrepreneur Dr. Molly Maloof joins the show in person in Austin, Texas, to talk about her debut book, “The Spark Factor: The Secret to Supercharging Energy, Becoming Resilient, and Feeling Be…
 
Do you rebel against yourself? It can be confusing why you do that so in this episode, I’m going to help you understand. There’s two common reason why and I’m going to break down both and show you how you can stop using these reasons to rebel. Listen in to find out how you’ll do it. Interested in working with me? Go to http://www.coachkir.com/group…
 
Despite what you might be thinking, the number of times you’ve tried to cut back in the past and then failed doesn’t matter. Your ability to change your drinking boils down to your mindset. Find out why change seems impossible for you and why it’s not. Get full show notes and more information here: https://rachelhart.com/315…
 
Yazidi communities in northern Iraq faced a genocidal campaign at the hands of ISIS almost a decade ago. Now, Yazidi refugees in Canada are dismayed at the prospect of Canadians suspected of ISIS membership being repatriated from detention camps in Syria. Matt Galloway talks to Jamileh Naso, president of the Canadian Yazidi Association; and Mubin S…
 
Russian President Vladimir Putin's biggest critic, Alexei Navalny, remains in prison, facing years behind bars and deteriorating health. We talk to Washington Post reporter Catherine Belton about concerns for his well-being; and listen back to an April 2022 conversation with Daniel Roher, Canadian director of the Oscar-nominated documentary Navalny…
 
The sixth episode of our advice series, where every single month, I’ll be joined by a new special guest and this month I am so excited to welcome Jaclyn Johnson to answer your work and career-related questions. On this episode, we talk about: an exact script for asking for a raise + how to make sure it actually happens the pros and cons of sharing …
 
Big tech companies have laid off thousands of workers in recent weeks, after a pandemic hiring boom. We talk to Erika Weber, who was recently laid off as a project manager with Shopify; technology reporter Shruti Shekar; and Daniel Tsai, a lecturer on technology and business at University of Toronto and Toronto Metropolitan University.…
 
Great strides have been made in the battle against HIV in sub-Saharan Africa, but there are fears that one group is being left behind: children. We talk to Stephanie Nolen, a global health reporter with The New York Times; and Dr. Judith Kose, director for pediatric and adolescent services with the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.…
 
How many times do we have to wake up hating ourselves? Feeling incongruent, out of alignment with our values, ashamed, worried, embarrassed, your body demanding attention "please stop poisoning me"... Yet we ignore it, blame ourselves, tell ourselves we will learn to be better and repeat the exact same cycle a few days or weeks later? I know I did …
 
Chris Robertson is the frontman and guitarist of the band @blackstonecherry . In this interview, he talks openly and honestly about his battles with depression and his process for handling mental health and well-being.You can catch Black Stone Cherry on tour in the U.K.: http://www.blackstonecherry.comYou can follow Chris on social media at:Instagr…
 
IN THIS EPISODE OF THE HUMAN UPGRADE™… board-certified OB/GYN and “menopause warrior” Mary Claire Haver, M.D., joins the show to give women a toolkit to manage what comes before, during and after menopause. She explains the science of women’s hormones, physiology and brain during the menopausal transition. She breaks down the studies, risks, and ag…
 
The federal government is advancing a motion to ban cosmetic testing on animals. We talk to Camille Labchuk, executive director of the organization Animal Justice, which advocates for legal protections for animals; Charu Chandrasekera, executive director of the Canadian Centre for Alternatives to Animal Methods; and Michael Brunt, a postdoctoral re…
 
Hey Sister, remember when I realized that my drinking had truly become an idol for me. I realized that wine was my go-to in almost all circumstances. I thought of it for many hours a day it truly consumed my mind. I believed it was the answer to having fun for stress relief when I was angry when I was experiencing pain or sadness or joy. For anythi…
 
Have you heard of Tommy Rosen and The Recovery 2.0 approach to holistic healing from addiction to alcohol and drugs? If not, you’re in for a treat. Tommy Rosen is the founder of Recovery 2.0 and works to help people build powerful, sustainable lives in which they thrive, not just survive, in sobriety. Anyone can fall victim to addiction, whether it…
 
Pope Francis has said that being gay is not a crime, but still referred to homosexuality in terms of “sin.” We discuss the significance of his statement with Father James Martin, a Jesuit priest and editor-at-large of America Media; Sister Jeannine Gramick, co-founder of the New Ways Ministry, which supports LGBTQ rights; and Mark Guevarra, a PhD s…
 
How things like money, status, relationships, experiences, and more impact living our best life with Harvard happiness researcher Dr. Robert Waldinger. the number one thing that universally leads to a good life, according to research the career factors that make you happy (and the ones that we think matter but actually at all) exactly how to use so…
 
This week on the podcast I'm talking about what causes your drinking...and why alcohol isn't the problem. Interested in Step One? Buy Breaking the Bottle Legacy: How to Change Your Drinking Habits and Create A Peaceful Relationship with Alcohol on Amazon or most online retailers. US Kindle US Paperback UK Kindle UK Paperback Apple Books Barnes & No…
 
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