No different to food, alcohol and beverages come with a quality based on the intentional way in which we use them. Do we dissolve our issues in alcohol, be they emotional stresses or social hesitations? Is coffee a pick-me-up to keep moving forward and avoid feeling exhaustion? And are juices and smoothies packed full of sugar also another pick-me-up, or a way of appearing healthy? This section explores the ins and outs of our relationship with the vast array of beverages we are presented with.
Alcohol and Beverages
Alcohol consumption: Is there a recommended daily intake?
Dr. Amelia Stephens busts the myths behind “recommended daily drinking”
Social drinking – is there more to friendship than alcohol?
Do we need to alter ourselves with alcohol in order to connect to another? What if we could appreciate and enjoy a sober connection to others?
Who are we really harming when we drink alcohol?
Our human intelligence registers when what we are choosing is not good for us, so why is it that when we drink alcohol we are willing to so easily override this so-called intelligence?
Drinking time – what is our measure of acceptable drinking?
What defines a moment as being acceptable to drink alcohol?
It is never about alcohol
Most drinkers believe a little of alcohol is OK, but is it OK to not be who you truly are?