Please check out my first book, appearances
Feb. 19 – The Podcasting Couch with Chris Carlson. Hear it on ITunes
Feb. 13 – Sexual Addiction: Strength~Hope~Recovery with Carol the Coach. Hear it on ITunes
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.
Those interested in reviewing a copy for a blog, website or podcast, please Contact me.
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
Mental Health Education, Not Gun Laws, Will Reduce Violence in Our Schools Forgive me going off-topic, but this isn’t that far off-topic. Before you start screaming about gun control – and I certainly know why you’d want to today – it makes more sense to look at this in the sense of message vs. messenger. Guns are the messenger and the shooters are the message…and the message is that we need just as much energy, attention and resources devoted to mental health as we do gun control. Click Here for More
Protecting Our Children on the Internet Has Very Little to do With Being Online I’d love to be more optimistic about this topic, but we need to stop fooling ourselves. Protecting children from the dangers of the Internet is far more impossible than we want to admit and the best way to protect your kids has nothing to do with any of their apps or devices. 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
Your Path To Addiction Recovery Doesn’t Need To Be Everyone Else’s I don’t know if it has to do with the general political divisiveness that has been growing in America over the last two decades or just a natural tendency to need to be proven correct, but I really hope this trend I’m seeing of “The only path to successful recovery is the one that I took” rhetoric doesn’t continue. It’s not going to help anybody. Click Here For More