Whatever your story over the last year, as lockdown lifts and the world opens up, you may be facing new challenges. If you’ve felt the benefits of change, how will you not go back to your old ways? Can you go back to the pub, reconnect with your friends, and not get drunk?
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way we drink. Some people have drunk more to cope with boredom, stress and anxiety. Others have been waiting to get back to socialising. But many of us have used the pandemic as an opportunity to cut down, take a break or stop drinking completely.
This collaborative online workshop is a chance to explore how your drinking has changed over the last year. Ideal for anyone who has changed their drinking before or during the pandemic – successfully or not – it’s an opportunity to think about what’s next.
In the workshop, you’ll learn how different types of drinkers have responded to life in lockdown. You’ll design your post-pandemic life and consider the role you want alcohol to play in it. And you’ll discover how to create solid plans that will work, and build your confidence to deal with any social situation that emerges.
The workshop will be held on Zoom. Details will be sent to you before the event. The workshop is limited to 12 participants, with smaller breakout sessions, so you will get a chance to hear other people’s viewpoints and share your own. And everyone is welcome, whether you are currently alcohol-free or moderating, and whatever your plans for your future drinking.