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Insane In The Men Brain

Luke Bayliss

Season 9, Ep. 34

Luke's socials are: @Llukebayliss and his online Sober Community:

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Luke Bayless shares his personal journey of addiction and recovery, highlighting the destructive nature of alcohol and the need for help. He discusses the feeling of being trapped in a cycle of drinking to numb the pain and anxiety, and the desperation to escape the reality of life. Luke emphasizes the importance of reaching out for help and the relief that comes with making that decision. He also explores the connection between ADHD and substance use disorder, shedding light on the underlying factors that contribute to addiction. Luke's story is a testament to the transformative power of seeking help and finding a new path. Luke shares his personal journey of overcoming addiction and the importance of addressing mental health and seeking support. He emphasizes the need for men to break the stigma and talk about their feelings. Luke also discusses the power of positive self-talk and changing one's mindset. He highlights the benefits of sobriety and the importance of building a supportive community. Luke is now an ambassador for ADHD UK and has started a platform called Sober Life Guides to provide guidance and support for those struggling with addiction and mental health.

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