Tag Archive: Addiction

Mar 24 2014

Internet Porn and Sexual Addiction, What is Driving it and What can be Done About It?

Experts believe that between 6 and 10% of the American public experiences real problems with sexual compulsions or inappropriate sexual expression. About 80% of the men who come in to my practice with this problem have some sort of sexual abuse in their history. Hypnosis and NLP are viable remedies to this problem based on the result of my practice.

Oct 17 2013

Krokodil: 3X More Addictive Than Heroin: Causing Gangrene – Addicts Bodies Decomposing As They Continue to Shoot Up! Watch OUT!!

Krokodil: 3K More Addictive Than Heroin: Causing Gangrene – Addicts Bodies Decomposing As They Continue to Shoot Up! Watch OUT!! – Vol. 221, October  17, 2013 With our government currently in stagnation, unwilling to constructively deal with the U.S.’s economic crisis, distraction techniques are being employed to get the public’s mind off the immediate lack of …

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Oct 03 2013

Chris Herren, The Junkie Basketball Player – Parents Listen to the Lessons He Teaches Post Addiction

      Chris Herren, The Junkie Basketball Player – Parents Listen to the Lessons He Teaches Post Addiction – Vol. 219, October 3, 2013   I was lucky enough to be able to attend Chris’s presentation done through The Project Purple. Chris is a passionate presenter with a message of life and death which …

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Aug 30 2013

Drug abuse and teenagers: Statistics of drug abuse and how to help an addict- Vol. 115, August 25, 2011

The National Center of Addiction and Substance Abuse or CASA at Columbia University has reported this June, that adolescent substance use is the number one public health problem. This based on data from surveys 1,000 high school students, 1,000 parents, and 500 high school employees, including principals, teachers, counselors and coaches. According to the researchers …

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Jun 20 2013

Let Us Set The Monkeys Free – Become “Recovered” – Vol.90 July, 2010 –

At a recent conference on addictions that Suzanne and I attended, I noticed that all of the prominent speakers that had substance abuse issues acknowledged that they had referred to themselves as “in recovery”. My question to you is: would you rather be “in recovery” or “recovered”? My question to the prominent speakers is: Are they truly free of addiciton??

Jun 06 2013

Do You Want the Tortoise or The Hare Method?

There are many ways that one can make change in life. NLP and hypnosis are methods that work with the unconscious mind to clear many mental health issues including drug addiction and alcohol abuse.

Feb 09 2013

Defining Normal

Suzanne works with a client to help him discover his sense of “normalcy.”

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