Intoxicating Lies - Meg Geisewite
Intoxicating Lies: One Woman’s Journey to Freedom from Gray Area Drinking
Author: Geisewite, Meg
Publisher: Clovercroft Publishing
Meg never hit a “rock bottom.”
Most people think that in order to acknowledge and address a drinking problem, you must first hit rock bottom, but this heartfelt story reveals the truth that gray area drinking comes in many shades. Alcohol consumption exists on a spectrum with a vast range of dependency in the middle. Gray area drinking unconsciously haunts most people until it becomes a problem. Our society is inundated with messages that support unhealthy drinking habits, just one of the many insidious lies of alcohol.
In Intoxicating Lies, you will find the relatable story of one mom’s journey to freedom―not only from gray area drinking but also from the shame and guilt that crushed her sense of worth and inner knowing. This book uncovers surprising insights into the alcohol industry and our society’s obsession with the mommy wine culture.
With practical advice and friendly wisdom from a mom who has seen it all, this book should be every woman’s guide to living in authentic freedom from alcohol’s intoxicating lies.
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