One in ten men suffers from this type of chronic behavior. Now there is a new twelve step program that can help them recover. There is hope one day at a time.
Would you like to lose weight, live longer, regain your energy, look younger and attain vibrant health? If this sounds like you, then the book Healthy Living: Twelve Steps to Guaranteed Better Health was written especially for you.
The 12 Steps of AA can not be denied as a powerful source of recovery. It's because of these steps and the friendship of AA that I am sober today.
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If we're addicted to oil, our twelve-step program should begin with admitting that we have a problem. As the price of oil creeps higher, finding new energy sources is more important than ever. But the search for alternatives, combined with environmental disruptions, is putting new pressures on other essentials like food. There are some things that are going well in the world. Right now, the economy is not one of them.
Speed Draw / Time lapse artwork of “Punk Rock Girl” by Merrill Kazanjian. This artwork was created in the tradigital method (A method that combines traditional art materials with computer possibilities). I used acrylic paint, pencil, illustration markers, color pencils, a digital camera, a scanner, a printer and the computer program Paint Shop Pro to create this artwork. It was inspired by the old, “Dead Milkmen” song, “Punk Rock Girl”. The steps are highlighted in this video. Please comment and rate if you like it (or even if you don’t). I would love some feedback.
Visit my website Merrillk**** to download a free twelve step guide on how to draw a punk rocker. In the search box in the upper left hand corner, type in punk rock and save it on your computer.
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Everyone in recovery - whether from alcohol, drugs, food, spending, gambling, sex, TV, codependency, or any other addiction - knows that they cannot heal without a connection with their Higher Power, yet for many, this connection is illusive. It is a common experience for me to work with people who have been in Twelve Steps for years yet still don't have a direct, personal experience of their Higher Power. All of us want a direct line to our spiritual Guidance. We need this help in maintaining abstinence and taking responsibility for ourselves. We want to know what is in our highest good, what is the right decision in different situations, how to set appropriate boundaries, and how to manifest what we want.It is the birthright of each of us to have a direct line to God, whatever God is for you. Yet few of us have learned how to do this at will on a daily basis. Surprisingly however, it is not hard to do.
The spiritual realm exists at a higher frequency than we do here on the physical plane of Planet Earth. In order to access the spiritual realm, we need to know how to raise our "frequency".So, how do we raise our frequency? There are numerous things you can do to help yourself raise your frequency, but none of them will work unless you have the intent to learn with Spirit about loving yourself and others.
Our intent is the most powerful tool we have for raising our frequency. There are only two possible intents in any given moment: to learn with God/Spirit about loving yourself and others, or to protect against your pain and avoid responsibility for your feelings. When our intent is to protect and avoid we seek to control - through our various addictions - our feelings, others' feelings and behavior, and the outcome of things. When our intent is to learn, we seek to take responsibility for our own feelings and behavior by discovering what we may be thinking or doing that is unloving to ourselves and others, and what would be loving.
You can try many methods of raising your frequency, from prayer to meditation to chanting, but if your intent is to protect instead of learn, none of these will do any good at all. The reason is that when the intent is to protect against pain, we close our heart so as not to feel whatever we are feeling. God cannot come through a closed heart.If you get into the habit of asking yourself throughout the day, "What is my intent? Am I trying to control something, or is my deepest desire in the moment to learn about loving myself and others?", you will begin to understand intent. This will eventually lead you into hearing, feeling, and seeing your personal spiritual Guidance.
Into Twelve Step Recovery - my journey from brokenness to wholeness
Based on more than 20 years of research and speaking to more than 2 million business leaders throughout the world, this book synthesizes the best and most practical techniques for setting and achieving personal and financial goals. Tracy, who has consulted with more than 500 corporations, including IBM, Ford, Xerox, and Hewlett-Packard, explains the seven key elements of goal setting and the twelve steps necessary to accomplish them, encouraging readers to use their strengths to define their values and to align their abilities with the particular opportunities presented to them. Eat that Frog! offers the reader a detailed process for transforming dreams into reality.
A Twelve-Step Spiritual Program is a set of guiding principles outlining a course of action for recovery from addiction, compulsion, or other behavioral problems.
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The Treatment Center of the Palm Beaches is proud to celebrate Valentines Day with this edition of the Sober Fun News Report. February can be a difficult month for many as they think of previous difficult relationships, divorces, or lonely with being alone. Sometimes we cope with those emotions with drugs and alcohol. There is hope and fulfillment outside of that . Sober living can be so much fun off drugs, alcohol, and other addictions. The Treatment Center of the Palm Beaches wants to be a sober support for those who are making the decision to stay sober. Sober Living is the way to live life to the fullest. We see many people experience freedom from drug abuse and substance abuse through working the twelve steps, finding a sponsor, and drug treatment from doctors and psychiatrist. We Restore Hope through Drug Rehabilitation.
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Yes, today she feeds the goose that lays the golden eggs! But her life once read like a mystery, because for forty-five years she had spasms of the face and neck, her head would ring and, most baffling of all, she had an ache deep in her chest like she was having a heart attack. Unbeknownst to her family, she lived with depression from the age of ten, until finally ending up in a psychiatrist’s little crash pad shortly after having a beautiful little girl. From here she began a quest to try to do herself in—she tried six times! Then it finally became apparent she was living with chronic pain, and a sublime head injury that kept her from accomplishing her quest of a nursing career. Then, in 2002, at the age of fifty-four, she finally threw up her arms and became willing to do whatever it took to get her life back. She began the twelve-step process of recovery that would open her life to healing. She soon found herself, strangely, thanking God for her affliction. Then, one day in June of 2002, she decided to live. Today she still has the pain but no longer suffers. Now it is a blessing to have lived, because her life has become part of one very big, ongoing miracle, a miracle of which you, the reader, are a part.
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