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1. Ask Needy Helper Podcast: Episode #9 "Does TV Ever Triggers my Desires?"

Ask Needy Helper Podcast: Episode #9

This week's question on the Ask The Needyhelper Podcast comes from Francesco in Milan. "Does TV Ever Triggers my Desires?"

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2. Ep 2: Stanton Peele

Ep 2: Stanton Peele

An interview Stanton Peele, the world renowned addiction expert, and author of such books as The Meaning of Addiction, Love and Addiction, and his latest piece of work Recover! Stop Thinking Like an Addict and Reclaim Your Life With the PERFECT Program.

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3. Ask Needy Helper Podcast: Episode #6

Ask Needy Helper Podcast: Episode #6

In this weeks Ask Needy Helper Podcast Richard Blakeborough from New Zealand wants to know: "Why after 3 weeks of not drinking do I still have the urge and then succumb to it?"

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4. Ep 38: Shannon Franklin

Ep 38: Shannon Franklin

In this week’s episode Shannon Franklin, a professional coach, CrossFit gym owner and amateur athlete, shares her story. Shannon helps people suffering from alcohol addiction by ‘outing herself’ - as she likes to say - so she can help others emerge from the closet of addiction. Other Nuggets Mentioned During the Podcast Hip Sobriety - http://www.hipsobriety.com/ Hello Sunday Morning - https://www.hellosundaymorning.org/my/feed The Vow (Blog Form)- http://www.needyhelper.com/the-vow/ The Vow (Podcast)- http://www.needyhelper.com/the-alcohol-addiction-podcast-presents-episode-35-the-vow/ Mighty Sobriety - http://www.mightysobriety.com/ Living With Relapse - http://www.needyhelper.com/living-with-relapse/ Give Back If you found this valuable and want to say thanks then there a number of things you can do that will put a smile on my face. The first is to take the time to make a comment on the blog below this podcast. Did it generate any questions? Do you have a view you would like to share? Do you want to thank Shannon for being so courageous? Then please interact. Share it. If you found it valuable then perhaps someone you know will also find it valuable. Rate it. Head over to Stitcher (link below this podcast) give me a 5-star rating and leave a few words on encouragement, joy and love. Buy it. If you are buying anything through Amazon then use my link below this podcast. I get a small commission and that will help me move away from my poker writing and into this work full time. Finally, do you want to receive a free digital copy of my new book The 2015 Needy Diary Excerpts: A Life After Alcohol? If so, and you want to become a member of my Needy Book Club, then you will find a link to do that below. Alcohol & Addiction Podcast on Stitcher - http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-alcohol-addiction-podcast Buy on Amazon - http://www.amazon.co.uk/?ie=UTF8&link_code=hom&placement=home_multi.gif&tag=needhelp06-21 Needy Book Club - http://www.needyhelper.com/book-reviews-all-pt1/

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5. Ask Needy Helper Podcast: Episode #8 "Do I Miss Alcohol?"

Ask Needy Helper Podcast: Episode #8

This week's question on the Ask The Needyhelper Podcast comes from Rachel in Orange County. "Do I miss Alcohol?"

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6. Ep 4: Lisa Neumann

Ep 4: Lisa Neumann

This weeks guest on the Alcohol & Addiction Podcast is Lisa Neumann. Lisa is a recovered addict, and the child of an addict, who got sober in 2004 at the age of 40. She is the author of the amazing book The Sober Identity: Tools for Reprogramming the Addictive Mind, and writes at the Soberidentity.com

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7. Ep 3: Karine McGowan

Ep 3: Karine McGowan

This weeks guest on the Alcohol & Addiction Podcast is Karine McGowan. A single mother of two wonderful girls who managed to turn her life around after making the decision to quit drinking.

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8. Ep 5: Poker player Calvin Anderson

Ep 5: Poker player Calvin Anderson

This week my guest on the Podcast is the professional poker player Calvin Anderson. A young man with the world at his feet who has decided to abstain from alcohol in his mid 20s.

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9. Ep 52: Kim Sandhu on his addiction, mental illness and recovery

Ep 52: Kim Sandhu on his addiction, mental illness and recovery

Welcome to Episode # 52 of The Alcohol & Addiction Podcast. In this week’s episode I talk to Kim Sandhu. Kim has kindly come on the show to talk about a life that has been inextricably linked with addiction ever since he had his first drink of Southern Comfort aged 11. We cover a wide range of issues personal to Kim including how his difficult relationships with his father, mother, and brother, and how they shaped his life. We talk about mental illness, trauma, and touch upon how wide ranging addiction is. We also touch upon the power of story, forgiveness and Kim’s journey through seven years of sobriety, relapse and where he is today. Kim blogs about his life at http://www.thetriptofreedom.com. I find his courage to be that of a lion. I think his writing is amazing. And his willingness to open up his personal story for us all to learn from is deeply moving. Ladies and gentlemen, Kim Sandhu. Other Nuggets of Information You can check in with Kim Sandhu on his blog at http://www.thetriptofreedom.com Why Nobody Wants to Read Your Sh*t by Steven Pressfield - http://amzn.to/2aWBR8b The War of Art by Steven Pressfield - http://amzn.to/2aHfCrR The Storyfluence Training Course - http://storyfluence.com/a/sw.html?cbid=bowie23 Unbroken Brain by Maia Szalavitz - http://amzn.to/2aWC37j Thanks for listening. Before you go, if you have any questions for Kim or I, then please leave them in the comments section on the blog, or you can message me at [email protected] If you find the AA Podcast a valuable resource, then please tell your friends about it and share the love. You would make me a very happy man indeed if you could rate us on iTunes. This podcast would not be possible without the sterling efforts of Neil Chow and Liza Lim, so big hugs and kisses to them, and also to you, the listeners, without whom this podcast wouldn't be possible, so thanks for giving me your ear to bend. Finally, I want to take the time to tell you about three great products that I am affiliated with. I use all three and highly recommend them. The first is the Storyfluence Training Course by Michael Hauge and Andre Chaperon. An excellent grasp of storytelling is essential in all aspects of business and in life, and what better way to learn about the framework of a story than from a Hollywood scriptwriter and the man responsible for the Auto Responder Madness email course. Secondly, I want to tell you about Blinkist. Have you ever picked up a book and thought ‘just get to the point?' Well, Blinkist does that. They have read hundreds of self-help books, and they break down the most relevant points into a 15-minute bite-sized taste of pure goodness. If you love reading books, you will love Blinkist. Finally, if you are looking for an email subscription list management system with a difference then look no further than ConvertKit. They are so personable, they make you feel loved, and are always on hand to make their product better for you the customer.

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10. Ep 9: Mark 'dipthrong' Herm

Ep 9: Mark 'dipthrong' Herm

The Alcohol & Addiction Podcast presents professional poker player Mark 'dipthrong' Herm.

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11. Ep 10: Susan Hillyer

Ep 10: Susan Hillyer

The Alcohol & Addiction Podcast presents the wonderful Susan Hillyer; discussing her use of Acamprosate to help fight the desire to drink during her transformation into the wonderful Sober Susan.

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12. Ep 57: Girl Walks Out of a Bar Author Lisa Smith

Ep 57: Girl Walks Out of a Bar Author Lisa Smith

Welcome to Episode # 57 of The Alcohol & Addiction Podcast and my guest Lisa Smith Lisa F. Smith is a writer and lawyer in New York City. She is the author of, "Girl Walks Out of a Bar," her memoir of high-functioning addiction and recovery in the world of New York City corporate law. Lisa’s writing has been published in The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, AfterPartyMagazine.com, and Addiction.com. She is passionate about breaking the stigma of addiction and mental health issues. Before beginning her more than 15-year legal marketing career, Lisa practised law in the Corporate Finance group of a leading international firm. She is a graduate of Northwestern University and Rutgers School of Law, where she served on the Editorial Board of the Rutgers Law Review. Lisa serves on the Board of Directors of the NY Writers Coalition and The Writers Room in New York City. She lives in New York City with her husband, Craig. In this episode we talk about Lisa’s views on alcoholism, I seek her advice on how people should manage their addictions if they are worried about the effect it will have on their career, and what she would do if she had 10,000 hours to work on anything in a bid to help more people recover. Other Nuggets of Information Lisa Smith web page http://www.lisasmithauthor.com Lisa Smith Twitter @girlwalksout Facebook Lisa. F Smith, Author You can contact Lisa direct at [email protected] Lisa’s memoir is Girl Walks Out of a Bar https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1590793218 We discussed the book Living Sober https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/0916856046 A great book for people who have believed that they are different from a young age and want to learn more about why is Freedom by Jeremy Griffith https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1741290244 Outro Thanks for listening. Before you go, if you have any questions for Lisa or me, then please leave them in the comments section on the blog, or you can message me at [email protected] If you find the AA Podcast a valuable resource, then please tell your friends about it and share the love. You would make me a very happy man indeed if you could rate us on iTunes. Before you go, do you want to join me in the trenches and learn what life is like in the middle of an addiction story? I'm not talking about the part when you are drunk out of your skull and can't remember anything. I'm talking about what comes after you quit. How do you fill the white space? How do you find a new community? How do you find meaning and purpose? If these questions interest you, then buy my new book Needy Helper 2015 Diary Excerpts: A Life After Alcohol. http://amzn.to/2axGveg Talking about community, how would you like to become a member of the Needy Helper Hub? It's a new idea to create a constant community, support and continual personal improvement process forever. It's my intention to be online as much as I can to answer any questions you have about your addiction, and to continually update the Hub with training tools, tips and techniques to help you create a whole new life. If that interests you, then click the link below to find out more. http://www.needyhelper.com/the-needy-helper-hub/ This podcast would not be possible without the sterling efforts of Neil Chow and Liza Lim, so big hugs and kisses to them, and also to you, the listeners, without whom this podcast wouldn't be possible, so thanks for giving me your ear to bend.

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13. Ep 60: Jensen Davies on Life as a 22-Year Old Alcoholic

Ep 60: Jensen Davies on Life as a 22-Year Old Alcoholic

Welcome to Episode # 60 of The Alcohol & Addiction Podcast and my guest Jensen Davies Can you be an alcoholic by the age of 22? Many people don't believe you can, and this is why Jensen Davies decided to come on my podcast. Jensen has created havoc in three different continents due to alcohol and drug abuse, and all before the tender age of 22. In a first for me, I take a back seat, shut the hell up, and allow Jensen the opportunity to share his story, and what a story it is. Podcast Takeaways Hello Sunday Morning - https://www.hellosundaymorning.org/my/feed Clarity: Clear Mind, Better Performance, Bigger Results by Jamie Smart - https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/0857084488 The Chimp Paradox: The Mind Management Programme to Help You Achieve Success, Confidence and Happiness by Steve Peters - https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/009193558X Outro Thanks for listening. Before you go, if you have any questions for Jensen or me, then please leave them in the comments section on the blog, or you can message me at [email protected] If you find the AA Podcast a valuable resource, then please tell your friends about it and share the love. You would make me a very happy man indeed if you could rate us on iTunes. Before you go, do you want to join me in the trenches and learn what life is like in the middle of an addiction story? I'm not talking about the part when you are drunk out of your skull and can't remember anything. I'm talking about what comes after you quit. How do you fill the white space? How do you find a new community? How do you find meaning and purpose? If these questions interest you, then buy my new book Needy Helper 2015 Diary Excerpts: A Life After Alcohol - amzn.to/2axGveg Talking about community, how would you like to become a member of the Needy Helper Hub? It's a new idea to create a constant community, support and continual personal improvement process forever. It's my intention to be online as much as I can to answer any questions you have about your addiction, and to continually update the Hub with training tools, tips and techniques to help you create a whole new life. If that interests you, then click the link below to find out more. www.needyhelper.com/the-needy-helper-hub/ This podcast would not be possible without the sterling efforts of Neil Chow and Liza Lim, so big hugs and kisses to them, and also to you, the listeners, without whom this podcast wouldn't be possible, so thanks for giving me your ear to bend.

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14. Ep 73: Kate Bee on How Alcohol Specifically Effect Women; Debunking Alcohol's Myth and More

Ep 73: Kate Bee on How Alcohol Specifically Effect Women; Debunking Alcohol's Myth and More

Welcome to Episode # 73 of The Alcohol & Addiction Podcast the show designed to help you reduce the leverage that alcohol has in your life and your relationships. Today’s guest is Kate Bee, the founder of The Sober School, a website dedicated to helping women navigate sobriety without feeling deprived or miserable. The Sober School provides modern, inspiring and accessible support for high-functioning women who are fed up with drinking too much. Kate's mission is to remove the stigma, misinformation and fear that surrounds addiction. Her work is informed by her own struggle with alcohol and her determination to recover outside of AA and the 12-step system. Kate drew on her own experience to create an online coaching programme, Getting Unstuck. The course helps women understand why they really drink, so they can change their relationship with alcohol for good. Kate is also a freelance journalist. She lives near Manchester in the UK. In this podcast episode, we learn about Kate's back story, the importance of educating the next generation and we question whether people's attitudes towards alcohol will eventually reach the same levels of stigma associated with smoking. We also touch upon the role that AA plays in the alcohol recovery arena, the value of getting your thoughts down on paper and why The Sober School only accepts females into its ranks. Podcast Takeaways The Sober School (http://thesoberschool.com/) The Sober School Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/thesoberschool/?fref=ts) Kate Bee Twitter (https://twitter.com/TheSoberSchool?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) Thanks for listening. Are you in a relationship that’s suffering because of alcohol? If so, then why not join the Needy Helper movement, the purpose of which is to lessen the negative effects alcohol has on your relationships by working on communication, connection and curating a new life. We achieve this through the creation of a community forum of like minded people and training course designed to help you move away from a life of alcohol. When signing up you will receive my new course: “How Safe Are Your Relationships From Alcohol? 36 Books That Helped Me Connect, Communicate & Curate a New Life.” - https://needyhelper.mykajabi.com/store/biQtFTc7 If you find the AA Podcast a valuable resource, then please tell your friends about it and share the love. You would make me a very happy man indeed if you could rate us on iTunes.

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15. Ep 71: DeAnna Jordan Giving Advice on What to do When You Quit Alcohol And Your Partner Doesn't

Ep 71: DeAnna Jordan Giving Advice on What to do When You Quit Alcohol And Your Partner Doesn't

DeAnna Jordan Giving Advice on What to do When You Quit Alcohol And Your Partner Doesn't Welcome to Episode # 71 of The Alcohol & Addiction Podcast the show designed to help you quit alcohol and change your life one story at a time. DeAnna Jordan serves as the clinical director at New Method Wellness where she supervises a team of caring, well-trained clinicians who provide continued support throughout a client’s stay at New Method Wellness. Jordan has over 20 years of experience working with clients in recovery and is a marriage and family therapist (MFT), specializing in the maintenance of healthy relationships. As a result of her expertise, Jordan has been featured on “Dr. Phil,” “Jane Valdez-Mitchell,” National Geographic’s “Taboo,” and has been published in Elle Magazine as well as The Huffington Post. Currently, Jordan is a contributing author for publications including Renew Everyday and U.S. News and World Report. After receiving her bachelor’s degree from University of California in Irvine, Jordan did post-graduate work at Centaur University where she graduated in the top of her class with a CAADAC certification in Centaur’s chemical dependency program. Following her time at Centaur, Jordan received her Masters in counseling psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute and is a current PsyD candidate, studying depth psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute. As a recovering addict, Jordan brings a breadth of personal recovery experience to her clinical leadership and believes a comfortable, structured and supportive environment is an essential part of maintaining long term sobriety. In addition to her passion for recovery, Jordan is extremely involved in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). As a current Woman of the Year candidate, Jordan is campaigning to raise funds for LLS blood cancer research in honor of local children who are blood cancer survivors. In this episode we talk about her 27-years of recovery condensed into her top five tips; the work of Carl Jung, stress tolerance, relapse prevention, cognitive behavioural therapy, and advice and tips relating to my blog post - 10 Reasons Your Marriage Fails After You Quit Alcohol (http://www.needyhelper.com/10-reasons-your-marriage-fails-after-you-quit-drinking-alcohol/) Podcast Takeaways “Five Minutes Off” Meditation (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2UKw8tFYyY) Feeling Good with David Burns (https://feelinggood.com/) Triple Column Work (CBT) (http://sourcesofinsight.com/how-to-use-the-triple-column-technique/) Outro Thanks for listening. Before you go, if you have any questions for DeAnna or me, then please leave them in the comments section on the blog, or you can message me at [email protected] If you find the AA Podcast a valuable resource, then please tell your friends about it and share the love. You would make me a very happy man indeed if you could rate us on iTunes. This podcast would not be possible without the sterling efforts of Neil Chow and Liza Lim, so big hugs and kisses to them, and also to you, the listeners, without whom this podcast wouldn't be possible, so thanks for giving me your ear to bend. Talking about community, how would you like to become a member of the Needy Helper Hub? It's a new idea to create a connected community, with support and a continual personal improvement process forever. It's my intention to be online as much as I can to answer any questions you have about your addiction and to continually update the Hub with training tools, tips and techniques to help you create a whole new life. If that interests you, then click the link below to find out more - www.needyhelper.com/the-needy-helper-hub/

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16. Ep 63: Lara Frazier on opiates, psychosis, sex, love and more

Ep 63: Lara Frazier on opiates, psychosis, sex, love and more

Lara Frazier on Prescription Drugs; Psychosis and Why Putting Female and Male Sex Addicts in the Same Treatment Centre Isn’t a Good Idea Welcome to Episode # 63 of The Alcohol & Addiction Podcast and my guest Lara Frazier Lara Frazier is a healer and truth-teller, a sobriety warrior and a pig mama. She is a love junkie & a writer, a student & a teacher. Lara shares a story of healing: in sobriety, through addiction, in life and love, and in all the other big huge moments of fear and magic that we rarely talk about, but we should. Lara Frazier lives in Dallas, TX with her pig, Peaches. She is also the Co-Founder of AddictionUnscripted.com. She documents her story of healing in the most authentic and vulnerable way she knows how; through her own eyes and with her whole heart. In this episode, Lara and I talk about her addiction to prescription drugs and how her doctors kept prescribing her more as a form of treatment. We speak of the inadvertent pressures applied through parenting. Scary drug psychosis moments that end up with sharp implements carving into skin, and why putting male and female sex addicts into a single treatment centre isn't always a great idea. Podcast Takeaways Lara Frazier Personal Blog - http://larafrazier.com Hip Sobriety - http://www.hipsobriety.com/ Addiction Unscripted - https://addictionunscripted.com/ Integral Recovery: A Revolutionary Approach to the Treatment of Alcoholism and Addiction by John Dupuy https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1438446144 This Naked Mind - http://www.needyhelper.com/this-naked-mind-by-annie-grace-a-book-review/ Recovery 2.0 With Tommy Rosen - http://www.tommyrosen.com/yoga/ The Sobriety Collective - http://www.thesobrietycollective.com/laura-story Laura McKowen - http://www.lauramckowen.com/ Outro Thanks for listening. Before you go, if you have any questions for Lara or me, then please leave them in the comments section on the blog, or you can message me at [email protected] If you find the AA Podcast a valuable resource, then please tell your friends about it and share the love. You would make me a very happy man indeed if you could rate us on iTunes. Before you go, do you want to join me in the trenches and learn what life is like in the middle of an addiction story? I'm not talking about the part when you are drunk out of your skull and can't remember anything. I'm talking about what comes after you quit. How do you fill the white space? How do you find a new community? How do you find meaning and purpose? If these questions interest you, then buy my new book Needy Helper 2015 Diary Excerpts: A Life After Alcohol - amzn.to/2axGveg Talking about community, how would you like to become a member of the Needy Helper Hub? It's a new idea to create a connected community, with support and a continual personal improvement process forever. It's my intention to be online as much as I can to answer any questions you have about your addiction and to continually update the Hub with training tools, tips and techniques to help you create a whole new life. If that interests you, then click the link below to find out more - www.needyhelper.com/the-needy-helper-hub/ This podcast would not be possible without the sterling efforts of Neil Chow and Liza Lim, so big hugs and kisses to them, and also to you, the listeners, without whom this podcast wouldn't be possible, so thanks for giving me your ear to bend.

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17. Ep 74: Jennifer Matesa on Sex in Recovery

Ep 74: Jennifer Matesa on Sex in Recovery

Jennifer Matesa on Sex in Recovery Welcome to Episode # 74 of The Alcohol & Addiction Podcast the show designed to help you reduce the leverage that alcohol has in your life and your relationships. Today’s guest is Jennifer Matesa, the founder of the addiction and recovery blog Guinevere Gets Sober and the author of four non-fiction books about body, mind, and human Wellbeing Including the most recent Sex in Recovery: A Meeting Between The Sheets. Jennifer speaks and writes widely, and teaches writing at the University of Pittsburgh. Her commitment to removing the stigma from addiction and recovery earned her a fellowship at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). In this podcast episode, we talk about sex, sex, and more sex. Podcast Takeaways Guinevere Gets Sober (http://guineveregetssober.com/) Jennifer Matesa Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/jennifer.matesa) Jennifer Matesa Twitter (https://twitter.com/Guinevere64) Outro Thanks for listening. Are you in a relationship that’s suffering because of alcohol? If so, then why not join the Needy Helper movement, the purpose of which is to lessen the negative effects alcohol has on your relationships by working on communication, connection and curating a new life. We achieve this through the creation of a community forum of like-minded people and training course designed to help you move away from a life of alcohol. When signing up you will receive my new course: “Finding Your Sober Voice in Relationships.” - https://needyhelper.mykajabi.com/store/biQtFTc7 If you find the AA Podcast a valuable resource, then please subscribe on iTunes, tell your friends about it and share the love. You would make me a very happy man indeed if you could rate us on iTunes.

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18. Ep 103: Jolene Parks on Editing Our Drinking, What we Eat and Why?

Ep 103: Jolene Parks on Editing Our Drinking, What we Eat and Why?

Jolene Parks Editing Our Drinking, What we Eat and Why? Jolene Park is a functional nutritionist, health coach and trauma informed yoga instructor. She works with business professionals who struggle with anxiety, compassion fatigue and the grey area of drinking. Jolene is the co-host of “Editing Our Drinking & Our Lives” podcast — an honest conversation about breaking the stigma and shame around quitting drinking. Jolene provides an inspirational, empowering way for people to come together and be part of a revolutionary health movement that reclaims their body, mind and spirit. Through her company Healthy Discoveries — a corporate wellness training and consulting company, Jolene also helps purpose driven companies and business professionals break through barriers and create healthier work environments and daily routines. In this episode, we touch upon the brain chemistry of addiction, the alcoholic spectrum, blue zones, the importance of yoga, and a good old fashioned chinwag on the effect that neurotransmitters have on our cravings. If you have any questions for Jolene, leave them in the appropriate comments box, depending on where you listen, or email me at [email protected] Podcast Takeaways Contact Info: Craving Brain Coaching http://www.healthydiscoveries.com/coaching/ Healthy Discoveries Website http://www.healthydiscoveries.com/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/healthy_discoveries/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/HealthyDiscoveriesWithJolenePark/ Twitter https://twitter.com/JolenePark Editing Our Drinking & Our Lives Podcast. Blue Zone book - http://amzn.to/2gCyo2l Your Money or Your Life - http://amzn.to/2gCnZUk Eric Braverman - http://amzn.to/2xMAogm Alpha Stem Gabor Mate Peter Levine

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19. Ep 80: A Vegan Diet Isn’t Necessarily a Healthy Diet

Ep 80: A Vegan Diet Isn’t Necessarily a Healthy Diet

A Vegan Diet Isn’t Necessarily a Healthy Diet Welcome to Episode # 80 of The Alcohol & Addiction Podcast the show designed to help you reduce the leverage that alcohol has in your life and your relationships. In this episode, I continue from where I left of last week, talking about veganism. The content was inspired by visiting my third vegan fair in recent months and finding a theme - most of the stalls sell nothing but cakes! So why turn vegan? Is it to be healthy? I’m not so sure. Outro Thanks for listening. If you are lonely or feel like nobody understands your desire to quit drinking, then you need a like-minded community of people quickly. If this is you then head over to the Needy Helper Hub where we offer a free community forum where you get to talk to people who are in your position. Here is the link: https://needyhelper.mykajabi.com/pages/forum If you are struggling with an addiction and you want help quitting and moving on with your life then why not work with me one-to-one. I have quit smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, sugar, gambling, pornography, meat and dairy. I have also quit a 20-year career, started a new business from scratch, went through a painful divorce where I literally lost everything. If you feel I can help you then email me at [email protected] to book your free consultation. If you find the AA Podcast a valuable resource, then please subscribe on iTunes, tell your friends about it and share the love. You would make me a very happy man indeed if you could rate us on iTunes. Click on this link for a quick and easy guide on how to do that. http://www.needyhelper.com/how-to-submit-an-itunes-podcast-review/

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