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Schedule a free discovery call with Krysty

You can connect with Krysty via email,  through her website or through the social media links below

EMAIL Krysty

purpledogsober.com

Krysty Krywko

Sobriety is an act of radical self-acceptance.

There’s a lot of backstory to how I got where I am today. Long story short, I grew up near the Canadian Rockies. I got married and moved to NYC. Away from everything I knew. Away from everyone I knew.

I found myself home alone with two children under the age of three, my husband was traveling all the time, and I was teaching part-time and working on my doctorate the rest of the time. I started hiding my feelings and my desires and just went on working head down and full steam ahead.

I started drinking a lot of Sauvignon Blanc to get me through my weeks. And then things started to unravel. I had no clue what I was doing with my life. I couldn’t feel. I was numb. And I didn’t really know which way to go. My marriage fell apart. I had to start over again at the age of 47. I had no idea what the future would look like.

Like so many others, I tried to bargain my way into some sort of moderation, by putting all sorts of rules around my drinking, and I broke every single one of those rules.
Then out of the blue a health coach I was working with suggested that if I really wanted to feel better about myself, maybe I should think about not drinking for 30 days. She had quit drinking for a year, and it made such a difference and now she hardly ever drank.

The idea of not drinking for 30 days had so much appeal. It was a relief. Somebody gave me permission to just stop.
And I did. It was hard at first. I remember the first day at 5:00 pm, when the sun slanted just right through my front window, signaling that I was time for me to pour my first glass of wine, but I couldn’t. I had to at least be able to make it through 24 hours without drinking.

About two weeks into this experiment, I knew I would never drink again.

It can be hard at first. But, if you’re willing to sit through the hard stuff, it does get easier.

The first step starts with you making a choice, while you still have one.

SPECIALTY
My clients come to me after they become painfully aware that they can no longer go about life in the same manner, doing the same things, catering to the same habits. The foundational tool of all my coaching programs, is the sketchbook. It’s a tool I used and refined in my own sobriety journey. Your sketchbook becomes a non-judgmental place where you begin to rebuild, experiment, reconnect, and heal yourself as you explore your relationship with alcohol.

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United States

Krysty Krywko

Sobriety is an act of radical self-acceptance.

There’s a lot of backstory to how I got where I am today. Long story short, I grew up near the Canadian Rockies. I got married and moved to NYC. Away from everything I knew. Away from everyone I knew.

I found myself home alone with two children under the age of three, my husband was traveling all the time, and I was teaching part-time and working on my doctorate the rest of the time. I started hiding my feelings and my desires and just went on working head down and full steam ahead.

I started drinking a lot of Sauvignon Blanc to get me through my weeks. And then things started to unravel. I had no clue what I was doing with my life. I couldn’t feel. I was numb. And I didn’t really know which way to go. My marriage fell apart. I had to start over again at the age of 47. I had no idea what the future would look like.

Like so many others, I tried to bargain my way into some sort of moderation, by putting all sorts of rules around my drinking, and I broke every single one of those rules.
Then out of the blue a health coach I was working with suggested that if I really wanted to feel better about myself, maybe I should think about not drinking for 30 days. She had quit drinking for a year, and it made such a difference and now she hardly ever drank.

The idea of not drinking for 30 days had so much appeal. It was a relief. Somebody gave me permission to just stop.
And I did. It was hard at first. I remember the first day at 5:00 pm, when the sun slanted just right through my front window, signaling that I was time for me to pour my first glass of wine, but I couldn’t. I had to at least be able to make it through 24 hours without drinking.

About two weeks into this experiment, I knew I would never drink again.

It can be hard at first. But, if you’re willing to sit through the hard stuff, it does get easier.

The first step starts with you making a choice, while you still have one.

SPECIALTY
My clients come to me after they become painfully aware that they can no longer go about life in the same manner, doing the same things, catering to the same habits. The foundational tool of all my coaching programs, is the sketchbook. It’s a tool I used and refined in my own sobriety journey. Your sketchbook becomes a non-judgmental place where you begin to rebuild, experiment, reconnect, and heal yourself as you explore your relationship with alcohol.

COUNTRY
United States

Schedule a free discovery call with Krysty

You can connect with Krysty via email,  through her website or through the social media links below

EMAIL Krysty

purpledogsober.com

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