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Finding Joy and Empowerment: Maz Compton’s Journey to Sobriety

Maz Compton shares her personal journey with alcohol and how she found joy and empowerment in her journey of sobriety. As a dynamic and charismatic TV and radio host, Maz has lived her life with authenticity and vigour, but her relationship with alcohol was a different story.
7 minutes

Part 2: Shea’s Life-Changing Experience on the Moonlight Kozi Trek

Join us for part 2 of Shea's story as we explore how opening up about being sober curious and dealing with loss on social media led to unexpected positive outcomes. The Moonlight Kozi Trek helped Shea find solace and have a life-changing experience at the summit of Mt. Kosciuszko, helping him process his grief.
4 minutes

The gift of living alcohol free

For Ericka changing her relationship with alcohol was more of a journey - with the path not always clear. It came with setbacks and ups and downs, but then something changed.
2 minutes
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Treat yourself with kindness this holiday season

Hello Sunday Morning’s Dominique Robert-Hendren, Head of Clinical Innovation and Digital reminds us that the demands of the holidays can be stressful. Particularly when taking a mindful approach to your alcohol consumption - but you are not alone.
2 minutes

Drinking and my self-esteem. How I lost and won it back

For Tom, years of drinking started to take a toll on his self-esteem. Slowly he began to suspect that he had no longer been in control, but rather that alcohol was controlling him. It wasn't until once he stopped drinking - was he able to rebuild his self-esteem and build a better relationship with himself.
5 minutes

I’d never be a CEO with alcohol in my life

Good question. I sometimes ask myself the same thing. But one thing I know for sure. I am a better leader, a better husband and a better father without alcohol in my life.There is no way on this earth I could have moved into executive leadership and then as a CEO if drink was still in my life. The pangs of anxiety, the huge self-doubt, the procrastination – these are crippling on any day of the week but as a leader, I need to be present, I need to make difficult decisions and I need energy to do that. Alcohol robs you of these things.Don’t get me wrong, I have got a long way to go. My natural default is to crawl into a ball and hide in a corner when things get too much. I still find it hard to work through my emotions.But to feel things and appreciate things is a gift. Surely that’s something worth fighting for, right?
3 minutes


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