Candace Plattor is a registered clinical counselor practicing in Vancouver, British Columbia. Her book," Loving an Addict-Loving Yourself," gives the top 10 survival tips for loving an addict with whom you are in a relationship. Candace became addicted to various prescription drugs when she was first diagnosed with Crone's disease. She tells of her recovery and her work of 25 years as an addiction therapist. She also discusses codependency and enabling.
Dr. Winn Henderson reads a letter to you from addiction. It may surprise you. Addiction is not who you think. Find out more about addiction @ www.freedomfromaddiction.info
LeslieBeth Wish, EdD, MSS, MA discusses her book, "Smart Relationships." Dr. wish discusses sex and relationship addiction. Dr. wish is a licensed clinical psychotherapist who is an expert on relationship and family issues. She also discusses how intuition impacts developing a relationship. Dr. wish discusses several recent studies on what men and women really want… and not want… in a relationship, and the findings may surprise you.
Neil Strauss, author of the NY Times best- seller: "The Game" discusses in his new book: "The Truth (An Uncomfortable Book About Relationships)" about the addictions of sex and relationships.
Renate Reimann, PhD, is a practicing life coach, sociologist, and former college professor. She has helped hundreds of clients to achieve goals they were almost ready to abandon and create balanced and fulfilled lives.
In this interview, we not only delve into Dr. Reimann's tips on how to improve procrastination, but to also discover individual triggers for delaying behaviors.
With respect to addiction, procrastination is a subtype of negative thinking. And negative thinking can be an addictive behavior. Most procrastinators' exhibit characteristics of low self-esteem and by correcting the low self-esteem the procrastination improves.
Winn Henderson, M.D. defines addiction in a practical way and tells what causes it.
Tracy Embry and Rich Roszel, host and producer from Shepherd's Hill Academy in Georgia, (www.licensetoparent.org) interview Dr.Winn Henderson about teenage addictions and other aspects of the disease. Dr. Henderson describes mission in life and defines addiction. He reveals the cause of addiction and tells why his therapy program, which can be done at home without taking any time off from work, is 100% effective for any addictive behavior if three simple criteria are met. The reason why the spiritual concept of forgiveness results in elevated self-esteem is discussed.
In this five-minute podcast, Dr. Henderson explains love addiction, a subtype of relationship addiction. He defines what is obsession and what is addiction. He presents a quick test to see if you have this problem and offers a plan to get rid of it permanently.
John Prin is an addiction recovery coach who has enjoyed a successful recovery from his own addictions and discusses "Secret Keeping," his new book.
Steve Brown, whose book we talk about is titled: Wake Up Call. Steve was a corporate attorney before he discovered his mission in life. He shares how he cured his workaholism. (Episode #813)
Chicago radio talk show host (A Lasting Love ), Hadley Finch, interviews Dr. R Winn Henderson (2009) on the subject "Sexual Addictions." They talk about his highly effective, curative addiction treatment program, which at the time was taught in the book, "The Four Questions" but more recently in "Freedom From Addiction." (www.freedomfromaddiction.info).
Patricia Noll, a licensed mental health counselor and certified addiction professional has run an outpatient substance abuse treatment program, Focus One, in Florida since 1989. Her program has been endorsed by Deepak Chopra. We discuss her book, "Good With Me," and two types of self-esteem.
Cherie Turlington explains her personal association with addiction in the form of her deceased husband's illness with alcoholic cirrhosis.
One man's escape from the depths of alcoholism...and hard rock caves he worked in as a miner...to a life of sobriety and a new vocation as a life coach and motivational speaker
Dr. McDowell discusses among other things the association between addiction and suicide.
Dr. Rob Pennington has been shot in the center of his chest by an unknown assailant, fired from his job, audited by the IRS,, suffered from clinical depression, and was the caregiver for his second wife for 30 years until she passed away in his arms. He empowers readers with true stories, inspiring insights, and practical tools to help turn their own negative experiences and positive opportunities. We discuss his book, "Find the Upside of the Down Times." Rob's real-world examples show you that you can still: turn your worries into positive action plans, turn your fears into opportunities for hope and for help, and turn your life into something better than you thought possible.
Dr.Lops is a board-certified practicing psychiatrist for adults, adolescents, and children. The book we are discussing today is "Reinvent Yourself." Negative thinking is one of the major addictive behaviors in this country. Dr. Lops believes that we can talk our way to a happier, healthier self just by making a conscious shift away from negative language. Negative thinkers also have a greater risk for depression, and studies find that negative emotions have a physical cost too, a weaker immune system. Dr. Lops lays out a simple way to shift into positive language and improve our moods, outlook, and health, one sentence at a time. We talk about his seven tips to talk your way to happiness.