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Rachel Hart

: Stop Overdrinking Coach

Coaching Philosophy

Perhaps you’ve heard someone say the following:

I don’t trust people who don’t drink.
It’s 5 o’clock somewhere.
Beer before liquor.
You shouldn’t drink alone.
Don’t be such a buzzkill.
Alcohol is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.
It’s bad luck to toast with water.
Normal people can stop whenever they want to.

Whether or not you agree with these statements, your unconscious mind is filled with thoughts about what it means to drink, what it means to say no, and what it means if you struggle with drinking too much.

From a young age, you absorbed messages from friends, family, and advertisements. The books you read, the shows you watch, and the songs you hear all shaped your belief system, and these beliefs aren’t benign. They influence your drinking habits and your attempts to change.

The model teaches us that alcohol isn't right or wrong. Neither is your drinking (no matter how much you’ve consumed). You aren’t bad because of how much you drank last night or good because you said no all week. In fact, assigning moral value to alcohol and the habit of drinking is the quickest way to turn it into a forbidden fruit, up your desire, and pour a drink as a way to rebel.

It all boils down to this: if you want to change your drinking and redefine your relationship with alcohol, you have to change your thinking.




Work with Me

No matter your goal—whether you want to drink less, stop drinking, or frankly aren’t sure what you want—time away from alcohol is the most powerful tool at your disposal. A break gives you a clean slate to understand why you formed the habit, what’s getting in the way of change, and how to redefine your relationship with alcohol.

It starts with a 30-day challenge, and from there, you can continue on a year-long journey exploring the deeper work. Take a Break combines self-study lessons and live coaching to radically change your understanding of your desire and how to say no without deprivation.
Here’s a taste of what you’ll learn:

THE FOUR PILLARS
The roadmap to retrain your brain and change your desire. Learn about urges, the habit, why it’s hard to follow through on your commitments, and how to manage your mind.

AVOIDING NUMBING
Develop emotional resilience so that you can break the cycle of drinking, eating, shopping, working, or anything else that distracts from how you feel.

CONQUERING STRESS & OVERWHELM
Access your innate ability to solve any problem so that you no longer search for a drink (or something else) to take the edge off.

CULTIVATING PLEASURE
Unlock more enjoyment in your everyday life so that you stop relying on instant gratification and false pleasures to feel good.

RECONNECTING TO YOUR BODY
Repair the connection with your physical self and what you see in the mirror so that you can feel better from the inside out.

MAKING PEACE WITH FOOD
Nourish yourself with food and change your understanding of hunger so that you can break out of restrictive eating habits.

BUILDING HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS
Create healthy, fulfilling relationships with yourself and others so that you can stop putting other people’s happiness ahead of your own.

CREATING MORE CONFIDENCE
Discover how to be bold and assertive so that a buzz is never necessary to feel sexy, outgoing, or more like yourself.

OWNING YOUR TIME
Take back control of the clock so that you can stop ending the day in search of relief or pouring a drink to deal with boredom or loneliness.

RELEASING SHAME & REGRET
Free yourself from the pain of your past or things you wish you could take back so that you can start focusing on creating an amazing future.

MASTERING SELF CARE
Start taking care of yourself in ways that serve your emotional and physical well-being so that you can feel better without negative repercussions.

UNLOCKING A NEW YOU
Channel the energy you previously spent worrying about your drinking to go after your deepest desires and create a life that blows your mind.

Drop pounds... look better... feel calmer... have more energy... find more pleasure... save money... and more.