For many, it can be difficult to determine exactly how social drinking has impacted them, but for those who are looking to explore how their drinking may contribute to their unhappiness, Club SÖDA provides an open dialogue.
Different from addiction recovery programs such as AA, Club SÖDA is meant to function as an avenue that explores the benefits of sobriety, and considers the societal pressures many face to constantly consume alcohol, or take part in a type of party culture they may not be comfortable with.
To do this, Club SÖDA hosts a number of different events that feature panelists from all over, who speak to their own journeys while participating in an open dialogue with attendees. In addition, Club SÖDA's meetings give attendees the opportunity to build relationships with others who no longer wish to glamorize aspects of alcoholism, and make personal changes for the better.
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