Chelsea was “thirsty” for all knowledge regarding getting well. She shared about her personal relationships and the challenges she had with the most intimate ones after she got sober.
We also talked about sugar and our obsession with it as an indicator of becoming an addict later because of the similar qualities it has to alcohol. Chelsea shared how giving up sugar for her was harder than alcohol.
We discussed the workarounds we can use for our favorite places like Starbucks or Chick-Fil-A to help maintain our health.
Chelsea also shares her experience with socializing in sobriety and the challenges and boundaries she has created for herself.
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