MEDIA

A few of my favorite articles, podcast interviews, and other media appearances are below.

Interview or media requests: admin@lauramckowen.com

Articles

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that 'wine o'clock' sh*t is cute and all, but it hurts real people

"We're all addicted to something, we just happen to be particularly deluded about alcohol.

 
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am i an alcoholic?

"The normal question is, 'Is this bad enough for me to have to change? The question we should be asking is, 'Is this good enough for me to stay the same?' And the real question underneath it all is, 'Am I free?'."

 
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‘Moms Love Wine’ Culture Is Ruining Lives, Says North Shore Mother

“I think it’s a ship that’s going to take a long time to turn, but I think it happens one conversation at a time,” she said.

 
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Why Alcohol Abuse is on The Rise Among Mothers

“It’s almost this feminist thing, like ‘F - - k your role’ — like it’s a little rebellious,” she says. “But it’s a joke that’s not funny.”

 
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Wine and Pot Playdates Are Becoming the Norm for Millennial Moms

"It was definitely a thing that was prized in mommy culture, to drink, and to drink because you were a mom, because you had kids. You needed this."

 
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Binge drinking, risks common far beyond frat houses and the young

"Maybe, just maybe, we’ve all been duped. Maybe, our beloved booze is as good times and benign as we thought smoking was back when it was promoted by doctors and splayed all over ads with taglines like 'Be happy, go Lucky!'"

 
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How Reaching the End of a Tube of Chapstick Made Me Realize I Have Finally Grown Up

"The reason I never reached the end of a Chapstick signifies a theme I lived with – and even sort of accepted – for most of my life, certainly all of my drinking life: chaos."

 
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Alcohol Consumption Among Women Is On the Rise

“Moms carry so much shame around drinking,” Laura says. “A lot of women come to me and say people in their life don’t think they have a problem because it doesn’t show. And yet they are wrecked inside.”

 

Television

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The dangers of ‘mommy burnout’: Moms open up about alcohol abuse and getting sober

From raising children to work stress, many moms deal with “mommy burnout” by drinking. Two mothers, who are now more than four years sober, open up on Megyn Kelly TODAY about how a few glasses of wine evolved into binge drinking, mental health issues and even driving while intoxicated. 

 
 
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'Moms love wine' culture is ruining lives, says north shore mother

"It was definitely a thing that was prized in mommy culture. To drink and to drink because you were a mom; because you had kids. You needed this," Laura Mckowen told WBZ-TV.


Podcast Interviews

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This Naked Mind with Annie Grace

Allowing with laura mckowen

"Laura McKowen somewhat reluctantly overcame what she describes as a “life-threatening drinking problem”. Laura very candidly and honestly shares her story with Annie and how she came to a place where she recognized that her life’s purpose is to help others by teaching, writing, and speaking about her journey."

 
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Sobriety Starts Here with Sarah Roberts 

The Bigger Yes & Laura's Story

 
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The Unruffled Podcast  with Sondra Primeaux and Tammi Salas 

Episode 44: Laura McKowen on Big Yeses and Giant Leaps

 
 
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Raise Your Hand. Say Yes. With Tiffany Han.

Episode 168: Laura McKowen on Finding Your Bigger Yes

What to do if you aren't sure what your bigger yes is, what we can all learn from those pesky truths that won't leave us alone, and how to know if you should power through on something that isn't quite working or when it's time to quit!

 

 
 
 
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Interview or Media Requests

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