This podcast is the third chapter of Freedom From Addiction II which was released nationally on Thanksgiving, 2016. www.freedomfromaddictionII.com It gives an example in nature of how a tornado is like addiction. The rest of the chapter talks about parents and grand parents being good role models for their children and grandchildren.
In this episode I talk with Dr. Peter Borton. Most people whose lives have swung off course can't fathom how to get them back under control. They can't see the way out of an unhealthy job, relationship, or poor self-image. Research shows that seeking engagement and meaning correlates with life satisfaction. We will discuss the relationship between having a life purpose and the disease of addiction. The author's website is www.theDragontree.com. Duration 33 minutes.
This 27 year old young man tells his story of drug addiction and the path he used to cure his disease.Greg demonstrates the underlying cause of addiction which is low self-esteem and inadequate spiritual consciousness.
This podcast is the second chapter of Freedom From Addiction II which was released nationally on Thanksgiving, 2016. It tells how the goal of this book is to provide tools and a helping hand to you and the person in your life you are concerned about. There is a short discussion on near-death experiences. It tells what you must do before you can help your spouse, child, or grandchild cure their addictive disease
Hi! This is Rev. Winn Henderson, M.D.
I would like to read to you today the first chapter of my new book: Freedom From Addiction II (How to Help Your Spouse, Child, or Grandchild Cure Their Addictive Disease.)
In this podcast I will answer the question: What exactly is addiction and also what causes addiction? The book is available at Xlibris.com and shortly on Amazon. The podcast duration is six minutes.
This nine minute podcast is a auditory reading of the forward of my newest book: Freedom From Addiction II which at the time this podcast was produced is in the final stages of publishing. It describes the symptoms of the disease of addiction and heralds the cure of this disease. This book will be available on Amazon. It shows a person how they can help their spouse, children, grandchildren, and other loved ones cure themselves from this highly destructive disease and find happiness, joy, and peace of mind.
Sherry Brown has researched and found the key to achieving happiness which she discovered from her own experience that most religions share a common threshold of seven principles to bring people happiness and prosperity. Specifically she talks about Christian, Jewish, and Islamic faiths and communities. She was guest#840 on Share Your Mission
Aubrey Dixon, a 26-year-old young man tells his story of drug addiction and the path he used to cure his disease. Aubrey demonstrates the underlying cause of addiction which is low self-esteem and inadequate spiritual consciousness.
Our guest, doctoral candidate Odell Glenn explains in his new book on caregiving 200 tips for the caregiver. We also discuss the possible association with caregiving and overeating addiction. 29 minutes.
Dr. Stan Goldberg discusses: What to do when a love one says, "I have cancer." This applies to the new reality when anyone is diagnosed with a life-threatening disease. Dr. Goldberg's new book is called "Loving, Supporting, and Caring for the Cancer Patient." In this interview we discussed the moral and practical issue of addicting these patients with narcotic medication.
Internet radio host Harriet Trainer interviews Dr. Winn Henderson on the topic of addiction. They discuss the definition and the cause of addiction, low self-esteem, developing increased spiritual consciousness, the 3 things one must do to get a permanent cure of the disease, the one type of addiction that is the hardest to cure and other issues. 30 minutes. Another unrelated interview follows which you can skip if you are not interested in the subject.
Since 1982 May McCarthy has helped to start and grow six successful businesses as large as 100 million in annual revenues. She is a best-selling author, speaker, university lecturer, and angel investor. She has become successful by implementing spiritual principles into her ventures, and it is her passion to pass her knowledge on to others. She is the author of the best-selling book: The Path to Wealth: Seven spiritual steps for financial abundance.
Hi, this is Winn Henderson! On or before September 1, 2016 I will be bringing you additional content to this podcast. I am adding weekly interviews from my radio show: Share Your Mission. Why is it important to have this additional content? It is because purpose, mission, destiny is critical to your success in curing yourself from addiction. As time allows I will add some of the previously recorded 853 programs for you.
If you had a clear understanding of the real cause of addiction, you would be in a position of getting rid of the problem permanently! This 2.5 minute podcast will explain how to do just that.
Lisa Lewtan is a healthy living strategist and founder of Healthy, Happy, and Hip which provides one-on-one coaching workshops, retreats, and support groups. For most people, if deadlines pile up, emails accumulate, and family duties escalate, the cookie jar starts to beckon. New research shows the sugar siren's call is more than just poor willpower. A University of Florida study has found that stress not only causes a desire to eat, but that extra fat can keep the body's stress response from shutting off. Before spiraling too far down the food abyss, our guest in her new book, Busy, Stressed and Food obsessed offer strategies for ending food addictions. For more information on addictions go to www.freedomfromaddiction.info
Addiction may be America's most neglected disease. According to a Columbia University study, "40 million Americans age 12 and over meet the criteria clinically for addiction involving nicotine, alcohol, or other drugs." That's more Americans than are suffering from heart disease, diabetes, or cancer Dr. Gerald Fishkin in his book, "The Science of Shame," asking, "What if shame were at the core of their illness? How many people would find relief by healing or facing that shame?. The doctor discusses toxic shame or low self-worth. Dr. Fishkin offers an powerful analysis of the genesis and influence of toxic shame and negative self talk on mental health in this interview.
Dr. Beth Darnall, PhD is a clinical associate professor in the division of pain medicine at Stanford University. She is a pain psychologist with 15 years of experience treating adults with chronic pain.
She discusses the health risks associated with taking narcotic opioid pills, why opioid medications don't work to control chronic pain, what techniques help patients need less pain medication, how pain sufferers best taper off opioids, and what should doctors be doing to help people with chronic pain.