I knew all along that some of my life choices and habits were negatively impacting my life. I didn\’t realize how much impact they were making.
With this newfound knowledge, I feel more capable of facing the hard times that come with removing those habits and dealing with the hardships that come as I face a life of sobriety. I know it won\’t be easy, but it will be more manageable knowing that there is hope for my brain to repair the damage I\’ve done to it.
I also now have children in my life and I feel I owe it to them to give them a better chance at success in life than I gave myself. I wish more people knew the truth about some of the socially acceptable pastimes that are damaging their brains.
I have begun to inform my friends what I\’ve learned and will encourage them to make choices that enable their brains to have a better chance at healing. I\’ve also been sharing this with every parent I know – especially those with younger children.
Thank you, Dr. Boz for all the work you do and all the content you produce so that those of us who would never otherwise have a chance are able to learn the deeper truth around how to care for our brains and not just our \”health.\”