Understanding Grey Area Drinking with Jennifer Payne, RHN

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Understanding Grey Area Drinking with Jennifer Payne, RHN

25.00

WORKSHOP: Saturday November 16, 2019 - 4-6 PM

Jenn Payne, RHN invites you to join her for an afternoon where you will discuss:

  • What is grey area drinking and the sober-curious movement.

  • Understanding how and why alcohol has nudged its way from something to enjoy occasionally to a necessary tool of: social interaction, connection to loved ones, stress management and relaxation.

  • The negative effects of alcohol on: your physical body, your spiritual self and your mind.

  • And most importantly, some very important first steps in examining the role of alcohol in your life discussed in a positive and supportive atmosphere.

Whether this is to be a break to re-evaluate your relationship with alcohol or simply setting up some strategies for the possible goal of long term sobriety, this workshop will be an invaluable step forward towards better understanding.

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The dark does not destroy the light; it defines it.   It’s our fear of the dark that casts our joy into the shadows.”

Brené Brown

Drinking behaviours are not black and white. It is not simply that we all fall into two distinct camps; one who normally enjoys the occasional drink or an alcoholic that needs a morning drink to stop the shakes of withdrawal. There is a space in between. It is the space that opens up when you wake at 3am to the shame of realizing you did “it” again. The broken promise you made to yourself to have only one glass of wine which once again turned into you drinking the whole bottle. The space between the black and white, the grey, is a place where a real problem exists; one that may be getting in the way of the life you were truly meant to live.

Jenn Payne, RHN invites you to join her for an afternoon where you will discuss:

  • What is grey area drinking and the sober-curious movement.

  • Understanding how and why alcohol has nudged its way from something to enjoy occasionally to a necessary tool of: social interaction, connection to loved ones, stress management and relaxation.

  • The negative effects of alcohol on: your physical body, your spiritual self and your mind.

  • And most importantly, some very important first steps in examining the role of alcohol in your life discussed in a positive and supportive atmosphere.

Whether this is to be a break to re-evaluate your relationship with alcohol or simply setting up some strategies for the possible goal of long term sobriety, this workshop will be an invaluable step forward towards better understanding.