Carwyn on love life & booze

Club Soda member Carwyn has just hit 3 years sober. In this webinar discussion with Laura he reflects on the emotional highs he developed when drunk, and the day he decided that he would give up alcohol. His strength of commitment got him through some difficult social situations. He also uses his passions: playing the harp, football,…

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Moderate drinking successful

Lots of people have a healthy, rational relationship with alcohol without having to consciously change anything, in the sense that they can happily go for a couple of drinks and then call it a night – they don’t immediately fall down a rabbit hole of binge drinking after a friendly pint in the sun, they…

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Sober October cocktail

This is Part Two of my follow-up from last year’s interview with four people who were taking part in Sober October, all for completely different reasons and with different experiences.  Two of those people I interviewed were Club Soda members who I interviewed for Part One back in January, to see how they were feeling three…

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Lucy Rocca Soberistas

Founder of Soberistas Lucy Rocca tells her story of stopping drinking on this guest webinar, and shares how becoming alcohol-free has turned her whole life upside down – in a very good way! Lucy also mentions two books on the webinar: Jason Vale’s Kick the Drink. . .Easily! and her own The Sober Revolution: Women Calling Time on…

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DrinkUp Cocktail

You may remember that last year’s London Cocktail Week, curated by DrinkUp.London introduced a lower-alcohol option in various venues which were taking part in the event. The venues taking part and the lower-strength options that they were offering were clearly listed online, so for those who wanted to take part in the festival but wouldn’t last…

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Moderating your alcohol intake

One of the recurring discussions in Club Soda, of interest to those who are changing their drinking habits, is moderating your alcohol intake, whether it is possible, and if so by whom. Indeed many people who choose to go alcohol-free (AF) do so because they have found that they could not stick to their moderation…

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