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- The Surprising Failures of 12 Steps – How a pseudoscientific, religious organization birthed the most trusted method of addiction treatment – The Atlantic
- The Science of Alcohol Addiction – Harvard Science Review
- This Naked Mind – This Naked Mind works by ending the conflict between your conscious desire to drink less, and your unconscious belief that alcohol is beneficial.
- Alcohol and a Good Night's Sleep Don't Mix – WebMD
- Why Labeling People 'Alcoholics' Is Just Another Form Of Victim Blaming – YourTango
- The Planets, the Stars and Brad Pitt – ...the 55-year-old actor and producer talks frankly about his future onscreen, masculinity and getting sober – The New York Times
- There is no such thing as a safe level of alcohol consumption – The idea that drinking small amounts of alcohol will do you no harm is a myth – The Guardian
- It’s time to rethink how much booze may be too much – Vox
- Experts: Alcohol More Harmful Than Crack or Heroin – WebMD
- The Tools You Need to Go Alcohol-Free – Euphoric Alcohol-Free
- How Being Alcohol-Free Transformed My Dating Life – One Year No Beer
- One Year No Beer – What happens when you take a break from alcohol?
- Club Soda – Join the Mindful Drinking Movement™
- Grey Area Drinking – Jolene Park shares her experience of the kind of drinking where’s there no rock bottom, but you drink as a way to manage anxiety and then regret how much and how often you drink. – TedX Talks
- Be Sober – Quit Drinking & Enjoy Life
- Is it worth giving up alcohol for a month? – It was once thought that light drinking was harmless - and maybe even beneficial, but recent research seem to have put paid to that theory. – BBC
- Millennials Are Sick of Drinking – The Atlantic
- Binge Drinking Drops Among Teenagers – The New York Times
- Assessing the Reduced Growth of the U.S. Adult Beverage Market – Nielsen
- Drinking is going out of style – The Economist
- Why millennials are increasingly choosing an alcohol-free lifestyle – PBS
- King Weir; Bob Weir, the indelible guitarist of the Grateful Dead, will not rest. – "What I want now is to be in the same frame of mind when I wake up in the morning as when I went to bed. That's pretty much how I operate.”
This flies in the face of conventional thinking about how addiction works, but Weir says he's not cut out for traditional 12-step programs. “I'm not sure I buy the basic tenet, which is that you're powerless,” he says. “I think that we humans are enormously powerful, and I tend to think there's nothing that you can't do.
- Surreal Brewing – Awarded World's Best NA Beer in 2019, Surreal is my personal favorite non-alcoholic craft beer. I especially like the Hazy IPA and the Porter.
- Athletic Brewing – Non-alcoholic brews with refreshing craft taste.
- WellBeing Brewing – Solely Dedicated to Non-Alcoholic Craft Beer.
- Bravus Brewing – North America’s first non-alcoholic craft beer brewery.
- Seedlip Drinks – Seedlip is the world’s first distilled non-alcoholic spirit. A beautifully-made product that can be used to create delicious alcohol free cocktails.
- Partake Brewing – Award-winning alcohol-free craft beer from Canada
- Flow Meditation – Flow Meditation is the simplest and most effective meditation technique that I've come across. Also known as Vedic meditation and very similar to Transcendental Meditation, Flow Meditation is easy to learn, effective, and time-efficient, and my friend James Brown is a highly experienced teacher.
- Hatha Strong – Yoga is a physical practice that everyone can access. It comes in many many forms, and my friend Shaun Naughton's Hatha Strong classes are my favorite way to get a good stretch and strength workout along with a calm, grounding physical meditation.
- Sean Vigue Fitness – Sean Vigue is my favorite resource for online pilates (and yoga) classes. I can access his YouTube videos anywhere, and so whenever I need a good pilates workout, "Coach Vigue" is my man.
- John Wineland's Home Practice Tooklit – John Wineland offers these simple breath and meditation techniques as examples of his embodiment work.
- Taoist Qi Gong and Elemental Embodiment Classes – Mac Murphy teaches Qi Gong and embodiment and offers many classes online.
- EHS Pilates online – EHS Pilates is San Francisco's premier pilates institution, with many classes now offered online through their virtual live studio.
- Radio Garden – Radio Garden is a map-based interface for exploring radio stations around the world. Enjoy music from everywhere!
- Evryman – We connect men more deeply to their loved ones, their life’s work, and themselves. The results are bigger than you could imagine.
- The Mankind Project – The ManKind Project supports a global network of over 1,000 peer-facilitated men’s groups serving close to 10,000 men each week. In an MKP men’s group, men mentor men through the passages of their lives.
- John Wineland – John Wineland is a speaker and teacher leading men and women in the practices of embodied masculine leadership, spiritual intimacy and sexual polarity. John trained with David Deida, and his workshops have been powerful growth experiences for me.
- Man Uncivilized – Traver Boehm's movement, coaching, and excellent Man Uncivilized book are a powerful force in modern mens' work.