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Contemplating Dry January? You’re Not Alone

Navigating Your Relationship with Alcohol

Cheers to a healthier you! After a busy holiday season, you’ve likely heard of Dry January as a way to reset. But how do you know if it’s right for you?

We’re offering a wealth of insights and resources dedicated to helping you navigate and improve your relationship with alcohol. Below, you’ll discover practical tips, expert advice, and evidence-based strategies for a healthier approach to drinking. Whether you’re seeking to cut back, explore alternatives, or gain a better understanding of your habits, we’ve curated a collection of resources to empower your choices.



Dry January Can Improve Your Physical and Mental Wellbeing
CredibleMind Insights

Dry January, a campaign that has become more and more popular around the new year, presents an opportunity for people looking to transform their health. People look to limit or stop drinking for a month to break a habit that could be harmful to long-term health and wellness. Drinking less or not at all can result in a significant improvement in one’s physical and mental health. Read along to learn the five health benefits of changing your drinking habits.

Read the Article Here


That Sober Guy Podcast

By Shane Ramer

Shane Ramer created That Sober Guy Podcast which has now helped over 2 million listeners. As a married father to two kids, Shane is passionate about helping men quit drinking and becoming purposeful leaders in their homes and communities. We’ve linked three episodes in particular that focus on having fun without alcohol and star two guests, Pete Sousa, and Tripp Lanier. Listen in to learn more!

Access the Podcast Episodes Here


How Much is Too Much?

SciShow Psych

Hank Green walks us through the process of identifying when your drinking habits might be too much. Drinking too much can put a strain on your relationships, and responsibilities, and even put your life at risk. Learn about how alcohol’s sedative effect can involve your brain’s reward system and decide what a healthy relationship with alcohol looks like for you.

Watch the 6-minute Video Here


Should I Stop Drinking? Featuring Emily Pope
Mental Health America

In this episode, guest Emily Pope joins America and Theresa to talk about when alcohol negatively impacts your life. The three discuss the red flags that indicate when drinking can become unhealthy and why it’s important to personally reflect on your relationship with alcohol.

Listen to the 45-minute Podcast Here



Is Your Substance Use Harmful?

Using substances is fairly common—over 2 billion people worldwide drink alcohol. However, if your substance use is starting to cause you harm or lead to consequences, then you may be engaging in substance misuse. Ongoing substance misuse can lead to addiction and dependence, and ultimately prevent you from living your life to the fullest. Take our assessment today to determine your substance dependence and whether or not your current substance use is harmful.

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