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How To Recover From Infidelity And Betrayal

How To Recover From Infidelity And Betrayal

How Can Couples Recover From Infidelity And Betrayal? How can couples heal and recover from infidelity once trust in an intimate relationship has been shattered by a physical, emotional or online sexual affair? The first step, after the sexual acting out has stopped,...

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How To Overcome Alcohol Cravings

How To Overcome Alcohol Cravings

How To Overcome Alcohol Cravings In early sobriety it’s important to have tools and practices to help you overcome alcohol cravings. It’s normal to have cravings to drink in your first few weeks without alcohol, and they’ll get less strong and frequent the further you...

Looking Back At Day 1 From Two Years Alcohol-Free

Looking Back At Day 1 From Two Years Alcohol-Free

Looking Back At Day 1 From Two Years Alcohol-Free When you first start on your sober journey it’s hard to imagine life after drinking, much less how you’ll feel at 2 years alcohol-free.  So I asked a sober coaching client of mine, Sue Winters, to join me on the...

How To Love Your Sober Year

How To Love Your Sober Year

How To Love Your Sober Year Your first sober year can be awkward, challenging, empowering, tender, transformative and unsettling. Over the course of moving from your first 30 Days not drinking to completing 12 months alcohol-free you will learn to navigate events,...

How To Enjoy Your First Sober Holiday Season

How To Enjoy Your First Sober Holiday Season

How To Enjoy Your First Sober Holiday Season If you’re in early sobriety or are trying to stop drinking, navigating your first sober holiday season can be a challenge.  Why is it hard to get through your first sober holiday season? Well, the holidays are not only a...

Your Addictive Voice and The One You Feed

Your Addictive Voice and The One You Feed

Your Addictive Voice and The One You Feed When you’re struggling with drinking it can feel like a battle within you, between your addictive voice that tells you that you deserve to have a drink and the other voice (the one that shows up in the morning) that tells you...

Know The Risk Factors For Alcohol Use Disorder

Know The Risk Factors For Alcohol Use Disorder

Risk Factors For Alcohol Use Disorder What are the risk factors for alcohol use disorder? Are they genetic, social, environmental or psychological? Yes, yes, yes and yes.  Alcohol is the most widely misused substance in America and, according to the National Center...

Using Science + Kindness To Change Your Relationship with Alcohol

Using Science + Kindness To Change Your Relationship with Alcohol

Using Science + Kindness To Change Your Relationship with Alcohol Redefining your relationship with alcohol is a learning process that requires compassion and grace for yourself.  Alcohol is the most prescribed drug in the world by friends, family and society. Many...

Navigating A Toxic Relationship With A Narcissist

Navigating A Toxic Relationship With A Narcissist

Navigating A Toxic Relationship With A Narcissist Navigating a toxic relationship with a narcissist is incredibly difficult and it’s easy to start drinking as a coping mechanism to escape.   The narcissist in your life could be your partner, a parent, sibling or you...

Therapy for Women

Therapy for Women

Therapy for Women Therapy for women often focuses on a unique set of challenges experienced by women in their lives and in society. Some mental health issues are much more common in women than in men, some only appear in women, or some mental health issues may affect...

Changing An Unhealthy Drinking Culture At Work

Changing An Unhealthy Drinking Culture At Work

How To Change An Unhealthy Drinking Culture At Work What does an unhealthy drinking culture at work look like?  Is drinking a company-organized activity? Are company events centered around alcohol?  Are new employees taken out for drinks, team bonding gatherings...

How To Be Okay When Things Are Not Okay

How To Be Okay When Things Are Not Okay

How To Be Okay When Things Are Not Okay In the book, Big Feelings: How To Be Okay When Things Are Not Okay, Liz Fosslien and her co-author, Mollie West Duffy, examine the seven emotions that are especially hard to overcome: self-doubt, comparison, and anger, as well...

Why High-Achieving Women Struggle To Set Boundaries

Why High-Achieving Women Struggle To Set Boundaries

Why High-Achieving Women Struggle To Set Boundaries High-achieving women can struggle to set boundaries.  If you’re managing an endless to-do list and many responsibilities you likely have a tendency to over-deliver, over-give, people please and ignore your own needs...

How Family And Friends Can Support Your Sobriety

How Family And Friends Can Support Your Sobriety

How Family and Friends Can Support Your Sobriety Once you’ve decided to stop drinking it is incredibly helpful to get your family and friends on board to support your sobriety.  Your loved ones have the ability to make a number of easy changes and small adjustments to...

The Best TV Shows and Movies about Addiction and Recovery

The Best TV Shows and Movies about Addiction and Recovery

The Best TV Shows and Movies about Addiction and Recovery If you’re searching for the best TV shows and movies about addiction and recovery, which realistically depict the nuances, emotions, strengths and struggles of walking away from an addictive substance, they can...

Why Is Moderating Alcohol So Hard?

Why Is Moderating Alcohol So Hard?

Why Is Moderating Alcohol So Hard? Moderating alcohol and how much you drink is probably your goal if you’re worried about your relationship with alcohol.  Most likely you don’t want to stop drinking completely, but rather you want to cut back, drink less, drink less...

The Advertising of Alcohol To Women

The Advertising of Alcohol To Women

The Advertising of Alcohol To Women Alcohol advertising spending is set to hit 6 billion dollars in 2023 with the advertising of alcohol to women as a key industry focus for the last 60 years.   On the podcast today we’re talking about the advertising of alcohol to...

My Diary of Early Sobriety From Day 60 to Day 100 Alcohol-Free

My Diary of Early Sobriety From Day 60 to Day 100 Alcohol-Free

My Diary of Early Sobriety From Day 60 to Day 100 Alcohol-Free Hitting 100 days of sobriety is a huge milestone to be celebrated.   In your first 30 days sober you might struggle with poor sleep and cravings to drink. It’s common to feel incredibly tired and irritated...

Rediscovering Creativity in Sobriety

Rediscovering Creativity in Sobriety

Rediscovering Creativity in Sobriety There is a quiet time in early sobriety, after you get through the really hard first weeks, and before alcohol-free life is your new normal.  The days and evenings may feel long and you might not know quite what to do with your...

Recovery Is The New Black

Recovery Is The New Black

Recovery Is The New Black Is recovery the new black? Is sober the new cool?  With the rise in the sober-curious movement, Dry January and Sober October, sober influencers and the growth in the non-alcoholic drinks movement it seems like sobriety is all the rage....

How To Be A Mindful Drinker

How To Be A Mindful Drinker

How To Be A Mindful Drinker What does it mean to be a “mindful drinker”?  Mindful drinking is about becoming more aware of how your body and mind are affected by alcohol, and how you use alcohol to relate to the people around you.  Mindful drinkers notice, learn and...

The Problem With Using Alcohol To Joke About Parenting

The Problem With Using Alcohol To Joke About Parenting

The Problem With Using Alcohol To Joke About Parenting It’s time to stop using alcohol to joke about parenting.  If you look up for a minute you’ll see the wine mom humor all around you. On birthday cards at grocery stores, on cute hand towels and wood signs in home...

Perimenopause, Burnout & Alcohol

Perimenopause, Burnout & Alcohol

Perimenopause, Burnout & Alcohol If you’re a woman in your 40s you’re likely both moving into perimenopause hormonally and also navigating one of the busiest times of your life.  If you’re also using alcohol to ease the symptoms of burnout and perimenopause the...

Love, Sex, Intimacy, Attachment Styles & Relationships In Recovery

Love, Sex, Intimacy, Attachment Styles & Relationships In Recovery

Love, Sex, Intimacy, Attachment Styles & Relationships In Recovery  What’s your approach to sex, love and relationships? Do you feel anxiety when you’re in a relationship or avoid intimacy? Do you trust easily or cling to your partner? Do you struggle to...

Casey McGuire Davidson, Sobriety Coach for Busy, High-Achieving Women at Hello Someday Coaching

Hello, I’m Casey

podcast host, Life + Sobriety Coach for sober curious women

Welcome to the Hello Someday Sobriety Podcast, a Top 100 Mental Health Podcast for sober curious women and gray area drinkers. 

In the podcast you’ll find life, sobriety, mindset and success coaching to help you build a life you love without alcohol. 

Each week I’ll bring you tools, lessons and conversations to teach you the tried and true secrets of creating and living a life you don’t want to escape from.

If you’re ready to turn the decision to stop drinking from a worst case scenario to the most positive and empowering choice in your life please listen in to The Hello Someday Podcast.

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