Do you question your relationship with alcohol? Do you ever wonder if its really worth it? Or why you’re even doing it?
I did. For years. And years. But if you would have told me 10 years ago that I’d give up drinking in my 30s, I would have told you you were crazy.
If you find yourself questioning your relationship with alcohol, or even just wondering what life or you would be like without it, this episode is for you.
What I love about this episode is it’s more of a deep and honest conversation than an interview.
We’re talking to Jason Carter. He is a husband, father and entrepreneur who struggled for decades with depression and heavy drinking before beginning the journey to recovery. In his new memoir, To Hell I Ride: When a Life Examined Became Worth Living, he takes an unflinching look into the darkest corners of his past and how he found clarity—and ultimately redemption—on a family road trip from Texas to Telluride.
We Will Learn
- The slippery slope from alcohol to chronic depression.
- How to recognize the right time for change.
- How to support your own recovery with fun and humor, even in the midst of a mental health crisis.
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