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Stella & Georgie on the Child/Parent Dynamic

A Polaroid snap.

A desperate need for that feather in the cap. 

You thought your childhood was beautiful. You felt loved; you had fun; you don’t know what all the fuss is about, but I am telling you that when I was someone that drank alcohol, I was a Brussel sprout.

Kids. Such beautiful things. Kurt Douglas dimples in chins, sweet, sweet eyes, the smell of baby breath, and then I come along with the stench of death. 

Hoisting them onto my shoulders, swerving this way and that like a giraffe trying to become the zoo acrobat. 

I could have done much more.

I could have been much more. 

And that’s why I want to create this movement of a million people.

I want our children to see that it’s cool to be someone that doesn’t drink alcohol, but first, we need to wake the fuck up and take a look at the devastation that we are wreaking in this world.

Every time we hold a bottle of wine or a can of lager in our hand we are a walking, talking billboard for the alcohol industry. Our children become us: the imagery; the immorality; the constant psychological battery.

And that’s why today’s podcast is so crucial.

A child telling her mother how her drinking drove their relationship to a dead-end, and how the transformation to someone that doesn’t drink alcohol means she’s now her best friend. 



Thanks for your honesty, courage and bravery.

Here is today’s podcast.

The Truth About Alcohol
We Are Not Alcoholics, And we Refuse to be Anonymous

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