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Jeanette Hu AMFT
A quarter of the spirits industry’s profits come from the month between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day. Why do we drink so much more during this time of year?
Cutting down on alcohol often feels like deprivation. Many of us feel miserable just thinking about it. But drinking less doesn’t have to feel like a punishment.
After a heavy night of drinking, the thought, "Maybe I should go easy on the alcohol" sometimes crosses our minds. Yet cutting down is not always easy.
Once in a while, a person will ask me if I have a "magic trick" to help them curb their drinking quickly. I may not have a magic trick, but I do have one powerful tool.
Life after a DUI may seem like a nightmare. However, here are 4 things you can do to transform this most-stressful experience into an opportunity for positive change.
Have you ever wondered why you sometimes feel compelled to do something even when you don't want to? "Buttons" may be the key to your question.
If you carry shame and self-blame around addiction, here is a different way to make sense of your relationship with substances.
Jeanette Hu, AMFT, is a San Francisco-based therapist who helps people to become curious about their relationship with substances.