My first book is now available through Amazon
March 1 – Read my story in Recovery Today magazine by clicking on the cover.
March 11 – Hear my appearance on A Date With Darkness Podcast with Dr. Natalie Jones Listen Here.
See the news story about the book that aired on WCSH6 in Maine and on New England Cable News.
Check out more podcasts and articles about the book HERE.
Available for appearances
I am now ready for the live presentation “The Addiction Nobody Will Talk About” which takes a look at the looming health crisis that pornography addiction poses in the near future. If your church, library, college organization of civic group would like a non-graphic presentation, or if you would like to see where I’ll be presenting, click HERE.
Coming soon to Pelham, NH and Rangeley, ME
A few recent articles
Getting Trivial Things Off My Chest So often in recovery, it feels like we’re not supposed to have bad days. The challenges the world throws at us are just opportunities for growth. Succumbing to negativity will only suck you back into your addiction. I think all of this is extreme and I think the best way to battle it is to just sometimes express what’s on your mind…so enjoy this atypical blog post. Click Here for More
Spoiler Alert: Relapse is NOT a Part of Recovery I hope this doesn’t upset too many people, but I’m going to let you in on a little secret: Relapse is not a part of recovery. You’ll get professionals and others who care telling you it is, but that’s only so you don’t give up and get back up on that horse and keep going. Relapse is actually the opposite of recovery. Relapse is a break from recovery. Click Here for More
God’s Confusing Role In My Recovery I’m going to be totally up front here, and I really hope that I don’t unintentionally or ignorantly say something that offends, but I’ve got to say that since entering the world of blogging, I’m more confused than ever the role God plays in recovery and my life. Click Here for More
Recovery Began By Dropping Resentments “I could never forgive/am still upset with X for doing Y.” I’m sure you have plenty of X’s and Y’s. I try not to anymore. One of the biggest pieces of my recovery has been learning to drop grudges and squash resentments before they start. Letting things go feels like releasing oxygen; refusing to feels like suffocation. Click Here For More