Whether it’s the occasional binge or a few daily beers after work, alcohol has a huge impact on your mental and physical wellbeing. Ruari Fairbairns from One Year No Beer talks about changing your relationship with alcohol.
Life is full of challenges. We all will go through adversity, death, loss, illness, or tragedy at some time in our lives. If we’re going through it alone, we might feel like a victim and cope in negative ways. How can we get away from a fear and hopelessness and mine the beauty in adversity?
Ruari Fairbairns from One Year No Beer is back to share his relationship with alcohol before and after he gave it up. In this episode, you’ll learn how giving up alcohol will revolutionize your life mentally, physically, and socially. You will also be given the tools you need to control your drinking with confidence and inspire people around you.
Alcohol has affected everyone in some way. We drink to reduce stress, to be more social in social settings, and to reward ourselves after a long, hard day at work. But what if drinking is actually bringing more stress into our lives? What if it’s causing us to miss business opportunities and is harming our relationships? You’ll discover amazing insights into these questions in today’s podcast as I celebrate going one year without drinking by having a conversation with three special guests: Shane Ramer (That Sober Guy), Ruari Fairbairns (One Year No Beer), and Jason MacKenzie (The Book of Open).