This is such an important and critical problem in the United States that I thought I would give some more basic information on opioids.
This is one of the most inspirational and motivational podcasts I've done to date. You should definitely check it out. A young poor girl began her life growing up on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent. Against all odds, she earned a Ph.D. when she immigrated to America. She also won the inaugural AARP purpose prize award in 2017 and pounded a nonprofit organization called: Amazing girls science. Follow Dr. Cynthia Barnett in this interview to find out some truly important ideas and concepts that not only helped her but can help you too.
There are four spiritual questions which if you can answer and apply them to your life can transform it. The third question is what we discuss in this podcast: "What am I doing here?" Everyone has a purpose to justify his or her creation and finding your purpose in pursuing it is the basis for increasing your self-esteem which decreases your chance of becoming addicted to one of 30 different behaviors. You can find the question you need to ask to find your purpose in my book "Freedom From Addiction 3," which is available on amazon.com
This is a story highlighting the difference between coincidence and God-incidence. It happened in a Starbucks in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. The storyteller can be reached at conscious firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this podcast I talk about my friend, now deceased, Og Mandino and his 17 rules to live by which he first published in "A better way to live."
Try repeating these affirmations three times a day for a month and see how it positively affects your life.