From the outside looking in, it’s all good on paper. You’re running a household, raising a family, and working hard. But everyone’s counting on you to serve, and so it makes sense that this “do more, be more, never enough” feeling has you counting on a few too many glasses of wine to help you live up to it.
It’s not rock bottom – you’re the one who “has it all together,” after all – but it sure is uncomfortable. Even though you can’t quite put a finger on what’s going on, you’re tuned in enough to know that the alcohol, unhealthy habits, and quick fixes are eating away at you.
Waking up each day lighter, brighter, and with an unshakeable inner peace
Enjoying real connectedness from social events and special moments with friends and family
Feeling your thoughts really relax, thinking about what you care about for a change (instead of the bottle your friends are drinking or the chardonnay waiting at home or how many glasses is too many)
Here’s the secret: true, lasting freedom from alcohol comes by removing not only the drink itself but the desire to drink, therefore completely eliminating the temptation (and all of the stress alongside it!).
Naked Mind coaching with me offers supportive, practical tools to help free alcohol’s hold on your body, heart, and mind. You’ll feel about a zillion times lighter with no more time or energy wasted buying it, thinking about it, planning for it, prepping for it, worrying about it, apologizing for it, or trying to control how much and how often you drink it. (That’s a long list, huh?! Believe me, I understand.)
You get to choose, you set the pace. And I get the honor of walking with you and supporting you every step of the way!
She offers hope and empathy without judgment. You instantly feel trust with Meade, and she guides you in clear steps to help you move forward.
I have found her empathy and compassion second to none! Holding the safe space for me to explore my beliefs and how they impacted me is always done with such respect. Meade has a total belief in me and the work I’m doing. Meade’s understanding of the Naked Mind approach is so inspiring – she is always able to go into such depth in each area where I need extra information or strategies, which are full of wisdom, celebrations, questions to spark my curiosity, resources, and loads more.
I’m here to guide you to pursue a life of freedom—freedom from alcohol, freedom from people-pleasing, freedom from allowing the hustle to define your worth. You’ll come away with that missing peace you’ve been seeking for so long, with the confidence to pursue everything you’re hoping for in life. Because here’s the REAL truth: Life is not in the doing more, drinking more, or being more. It's simply in the being. And I’m by your side.
The This Naked Mind coaching methodology is a very specific means of coaching people to move beyond the constraint of alcohol or any destructive pattern. You’ll learn about the subconscious brain’s powerful role in the choices we make and the key to changing unwanted behaviors. It’s a positive, shame-free solution to give you freedom in your relationship with alcohol and give you the tools to help take your power back so you can decide what’s right for you.
We’re used to thinking there are just two categories of drinkers: social drinkers who can take it or leave it and alcoholics who can’t stop. But there’s another category called gray-area drinkers that might resonate with you. From the outside looking in, a “gray-area drinker” doesn’t appear to have a problem with alcohol. But from the inside looking out, their drinking is a problem for them. So if there’s something about your drinking habits that you want to change, regardless of labels, that’s all you need to know.
It’s up to you, and we can explore what feels right to you as we work together. There is a LOT of joy and fulfillment in living alcohol free, but it’s not the only way. I’ll help you work through your feelings and habits so you can set better boundaries, define what freedom looks like to you, and establish the deeper connections you’re really looking for.
Truthfully, it depends on your needs and what kind of support would make a real difference for you! We’ll talk about this more personally as we begin our work together, but many of my clients find that meeting once a week for 12 weeks ends up being right for them.