Just went there last week. Highly recommend this spot. If you visit Chicago, Check it out in the Logan Square neighborhood on the north side. I wish I could of had a place like this. M&M you must always remember braver than you believe I’m a survivor of suicide attempt. I tried to speak out no one would listen. Plz listen. To others it helps just to talk a hug a smile.
M&M you must always remember braver than you believe item
You’re not understanding the complete picture here. They are hoping that working with the alcohol industry will mark bottles in the way that the tobacco industry. Their labels are clear that smoking may be injurious to your help. If someone appears to be using alcohol excessively it created a place for a bar tender to talk about the effects of alcohol on depression. I have listened to this several times. Where in the video do they promote alcohol? M&M you must always remember braver than you believe People are already there to drink. They don’t have to promote alcohol those people at the bar already came in to drink. Sandy Lion I think your answer is Wonderful.
While this is true, many purple with mental health issues self medicate with alcohol. It will help the staff access more people with these issues and talk with them/ encourage them to get help I winced when he said that too, but it’s honestly a really good idea. They’re not capitalizing off of peoples misery or mental health by selling beer. Evidence of that is in the “get help” labels they put on their beer (a lot of people self medicate with alcohol. Getting these people help would reduce profits), and that all profits go to mental health organizations.
The biggest reason why I think that selling beer for them is a great idea is because a lot of people chose to self harm or commit suicide while drunk. Some people looking to self medicate at the grocery store may see a “get help” label on the bottle and buy it intending to use it instead of buying some other beer.