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Cape Cod wellness instructor helping those struggling with addiction during stay-at-home advisory

HARWICH PORT, Mass. — It’s ‘bottom’s up’ for a lot of people stuck at home right now following the governor’s decision to extend the state’s stay-at-home advisory. But it’s become a bigger problem for those stress drinking, and for others already battling an alcohol addiction.

One wellness instructor on Cape Cod is hoping to keep those seeking help on track.

‘Liquor stores are essential right now, but so are you,’ that’s the sobering message one wellness instructor has as she works to keep those in isolation away from temptation. “I know there’s a lot of you that have relapsed as a result of this, a lot of you are super fearful that you are going to,” said Ayanna Parrent, the founder of B Free Coaching and Wellness, in a recent YouTube video. Those videos are one of the many ways the Cape Cod resident is now sending her support to those fighting addiction at home.

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