So How Does a Person Choose to Drink and Risk Getting a DUI?

Choose to drink and drive – how does a person do it?!

This is a re-post of a 10-minute show that I did with Pen TV in which I shared the science and brain research that explains why a person may “choose” to drink and risk getting a DUI and why knowing this may stop a person from doing so.

Again, I want to thank Warren Slocum, CEO of Peninsula Television (PenTV); Arturo Samayoa, owner of Nimbus Design; and Rocky Robinson, PenTV’s Engineer and Editor, for making this show possible.

And, as you will hear at the end of the program, my objective with these 10 minutes shows is to encourage important “conversations” through viewer and reader comments on this Blog. So please feel free to add your thoughts and/or pass it along…


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Lisa Frederiksen

Lisa Frederiksen

Author | Speaker | Consultant | Founder at BreakingTheCycles.com
Lisa is the author of hundreds of articles and 11 books, including "If You Loved Me, You'd Stop!," "Addiction Recovery: What Helps, What Doesn't," and "Secondhand Drinking: the Phenomenon That Affects Millions." She is a national keynote speaker with over 25 years speaking experience, consultant, and founder of BreakingTheCycles.com. She has spent more than 14 years studying 21st century brain research in order to write, speak, and consult on substance use disorders prevention, intervention and treatment; mental disorders; addiction (aka substance use disorders) as a brain disease; adolescent addiction treatment vs adult addiction treatment; effective treatment for co-occurring disorders (having both a substance use and mental disorder); secondhand drinking | drugging; help for the family; and related subjects. In 2015, she founded SHD Prevention, providing training and consulting to companies, public agencies, unions, nonprofits and other entities to address the workplace impacts of employee secondhand drinking and alcohol misuse.

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