Tag: withdrawal

Mar 31 2014

Think First Before You Swallow That SSRI Antidepressant Pill – Vol. 136, Jan. 26, 2012

This past couple of weeks has given me an illuminating insight into some of the notions that Bruce Lipton, Ph.D. speaks to in his book The Biology of Belief  when he says, “we are made in the image of God and we need to put Spirit back into the equation when we want to improve …

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Jan 05 2013

Quit Weed and Harder Drugs Without Withdrawals Using Hypnosis

Vol. 182, Jan. 5, 2013 One would be lead to believe that it is impossible to withdraw from drugs without some sort of withdrawals occurring with all the information the drug rehabilitation programs and medical establishment plasters the media with. Let me tell you a little story of a great success I had with a …

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Dec 29 2012

Is Quitting Smoking Weed ((Marijuana) the Same As Quitting Smoking Tobacco (Cigarettes, etc.)?

Vol. 181, December 29, 2012 Smokers truly believe that they are “addicted” to nicotine. However, the truth of the matter is that they are more involved in a habit of “trigger-response” with triggers leading to the use of cigarettes. The trigger can be anything from drinking alcohol to being bored to the people with whom …

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Nov 17 2012

Getting to “The Cause” of the Problem

Suzanne discusses the necessary steps to get at the “cause” of a particular problem, and how to find the right therapist to help you deal with those problems.

Nov 17 2012

Oppose Opiates: Live Life – Vol. 128, Dec. 1, 2011

As I was reading the “Shape” magazine for this month I came across yet another article called “The Accidental Addiction”. It was a report on the sad situation of increased addiction of opiates given to professional people, many of them woman. It always starts out so innocently with a bit of unrelenting pain bringing them …

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