Day 15- Privileged. 100 Days of BeHigherBeings. Changing The Stories We Tell Ourselves

Thank you for joining me on day 15 of 100 days of BeHigherBeings! Happy birthday to my son Jacob!!! And congratulations to my friend Dave who just found out he and his beautiful wife are having a baby boy! I also start crying a little bit, go on about some stuff, and even get lost […]

100 Days of BeHigherBeings. Day 1- Changing The Stories We Tell Ourselves

Welcome to day 1 of 100 Days of BeHigherBeings! I want to use the next 100 days to connect with you by documenting and sharing reflections, realizations, self-awareness, emotions, techniques to overcome ourselves, how we can grow and present ourselves coming from a place of love, and learning what it all means to the vision […]

The Stories We Tell Ourselves

What stories do you tell yourself???  

Selfishness, Desperation, and Alcoholism.

I’ve been observing a lot of my own behaviors trying to connect them with something I may have learned in the past that I kept repeating, that eventually turned out to be something negative, like selfishness. I observe something like anger or frustration and take that feeling back in time to see if I’m reacting […]

How to Get Rid of Alcohol Cravings

It’s an established fact that alcohol is a depressant. When you drink alcohol, it hits certain receptors in your neurological system that dampens activity in the brain and causes a relaxed feeling in your entire body. It depresses feelings and emotions and allows you to feel like you don’t have a care in the world. Is that the alcohol that you remember? It was for me. If it sounds like a super drug, that’s because it is. Just because alcohol is socially acceptable, doesn’t mean that it’s not one of the most powerful drugs on the planet. It is so powerful in fact, that a person can die from the withdrawal. Alcohol pretends to love you so much that if you try and leave, it will try to kill you like a crazy ex!

The Other Side of ‘Fake it ‘Til You Make it’… and Other Nonsense That Contributed to My Alcoholism and Anxiety.

  I got into the sales side of car business when I was eighteen years old, I was a porter (washed cars) before that. At first, I was nervous when I was talking to customers, so I thought that sales might not be for me. I thought I was a pretty confident kid, but I […]

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