This is an interview of Rev. Wpnn by the Neil Haley network. We talk about social media (or "screen" addiction.) some important topics include how Facebook has 2000 Millionscreens worldwide and about a 2014 study on the destructive screen addiction as it relates to mental and physical health. This is very prevalent inasmuch as the average Americans answer their phone over 80 times per day. Rev.Winn gives his definition of addiction so that you can determine if that is a problem for you.
Later in the program, we discussed romantic scamming on the Internet and bring up examples of Rhonda Vincent and Jessica Ashley.
This interview by Roy Burnett at WRGC discusses the problem with romantic scammers and catfishers. It tells about seven behaviors that you may have that make you more susceptible to these criminals. www.revwinnhenderson.com. For my free podcast, go to: www.freedomfromaddiction.libsyn.com. Available on Amazon.com: The definitive guide to recognizing and avoiding romantic relationship scammers & catfishers.
Our guest today on the 919th episode of this podcast is Diane Gehart. She is discussing how to try chocolate meditation to reduce stress and anxiety. The book talks about using chocolate to facilitate mindfulness meditation which in turn decreases stress and anxiety. This is especially significant in that studies show 18% of Americans have an anxiety disorder. Check out Diane's website: www.mindfulnessforchocolatelovers.com
I know a lot of my listeners have been wondering why the amount of content has decreased in November. This short six-minute podcast will tell you why.
My guest today is Raleigh Sadler. He discusses his book: Vulnerable (Rethinking human trafficking). Raleigh is the president and founder of Let my people go, a nonprofit that makes the case that anyone can fight human trafficking by focusing on those who are most often targeted, that is, the vulnerable. In his book, he has 100 suggestions of how you, the reader can help in this endeavor.