Sarah Suzuki is an expert in the art and science of moderate drinking. Her work has been featured in the Good Men Project. She is the director of Chicago Compass Counseling, a group counseling practice dedicated to helping people in Chicago who struggle with the effects of alcohol abuse. As an individual counselor, she specializes in working with men who want to control their drinking. 

Habits, Addictions, and Power - Podcast with Benjamin Ritter

Habits, Addictions, and Power - Podcast with Benjamin Ritter

Ever wonder why you feel compelled to have a beer after work?

Check out the enlivening conversation I shared with with Executive Consultant Benjamin Ritter in a podcast where we talk about the REAL reasons men feel compelled to engage in problem drinking behavior. In this podcast, we discuss the following:

  • How self-destructive habits are MORE common among men in leadership positions.
  • Why "boredom" is an emotion that is about something more complex.
  • The KEY REASON why alcohol abuse is not about a "lack of willpower."
  • One IMMEDIATE STRATEGY you can use starting TODAY to reduce problem drinking.

Bottom line? You problem drinking makes sense. Check out our interview to learn more. 

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ASK ANYTHING: Does Butt Chugging Reduce the Calories Consumed?

ASK ANYTHING: Does Butt Chugging Reduce the Calories Consumed?