Janey Lee Grace: What’s behind our relationship with alcohol: Why we drink and why it doesn’t always help.
This episode of The Tenderness Revolution features British TV and radio personality Janey Lee Grace.
Janey's career kicked off with a stint as a backing and session singer during the ’80s for the likes of George Michael and Kim Wilde before she went on to build a successful career in TV and Radio, appearing on various daytime and prime TV shows and working as a radio presenter for the BBC. But alongside her career as a public figure, Janey also pursued a life-long fascination with all things to do with natural and alternative health - and it’s this fascination that has become her true passion. Janey’s first book, Imperfectly Natural Woman, which was a bestseller, was followed by Happy Healthy Sober: Ditch the booze and take control of your life. Starting off with Janey’s own experience of giving up alcohol, a decision that she says she took simply because she wanted to be as happy and healthy as possible, the book then takes the reader through the thirty-day challenge, which supports them through the initial phase of sobriety.
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The show's launch co-creator and producer Aisha Chowdhry edited and produced this episode.
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