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Constance Scharff has a Ph.D. in Transformative Studies, specializing in addiction recovery. She is the Addiction Researcher and Transformative Studies Scholar at Cliffside Malibu Treatment Center and coauthor of the best-selling book,Ending Addiction for Good with Richard Taite. Her analysis of integrated, holistic addiction recovery methods is being heralded as “groundbreaking” and “life saving.” Dr. Scharff writes for a variety of journals and speaks worldwide to healing professionals on the science and spirituality of addiction recovery –- from the neuroscience of addiction recovery, to depression and trauma as related to addiction, to the concepts of vulnerability and hope.
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Getting sober is possible. Addicts can completely recover and transform their lives if they are given the proper tools. Ending Addiction for Good is one of those tools. Ending Addiction for Good: The Groundbreaking, Holistic, Evidence-Based Way to Transform Your Life
By Richard Taite and Constance Scharff, Ph.D.
There is hardly a family in the post-industrial world that hasn’t been affected in some way by addiction. Yet seeking treatment for a struggling loved one is, for most people, a frightening and overwhelming prospect. Ending Addiction for Good offers a powerful message of hope.
Please join us during this episode as I interview Constance Scharff Ph. D, co-author of Ending Addiction for Good. She'll discuss why this book is so important if you or someone you love is suffering with addiciton.
You can purchase your own copy of Ending Addiction for Good through my store at
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Good Deeds presents Lorelie Rozzano is a recovering addict. She is also a mother, wife, grandmother, foster parent, family counselor, author, small business owner, sister, aunt, daughter and friend.
For Rozzano, a phone call to her parents when she had reached her lowest point, out of work, money and friends due to her addictions, turned things around and brought her to treatment. She has now been living clean and sober for 17 years. And it is this success and desire to share her knowledge and the possibility of help to others that led to the creation of her first book Jagged Little Edges, and then her second, Jagged Little Lies, for she has now found what she needed to soften those edges that were destroying her life.“The relief I had in becoming well was actually what I had been looking for in drugs and alcohol,” Rozzano explains. It was in treatment that she discovered her strong inner core and learned how to examine her life and behaviors in a brutally honest fashion and to admit just how her addictions had ruled her life for so long.Rozzano now works at the center she sobered up in and is dedicated to helping others with the lifelong struggle against addiction.
And perhaps for someone reading the bleak, painful truths in the Jagged series, Jagged Little Edges, Jagged Little Lies, or on her blog, www.jaggedlittleedges.com there will come a moment of clarity and self-awareness that can help that person also get ready to change. “After all, Rozzano states, if I can get sober, anyone can.”
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Billy Hoffman ACGC, CSAC-A explores the underlying goodness in you that might just help you overcome your addiction to prescription drugs, street drugs, alcohol, or gambling.
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Billy H. reaches into his toolbox for another tool that maybe you've never heard of before....and it's not a hammer. Although depending on the addiction hammers are sometimes useful in recovery:)
Good Deeds presents Motivational Speaker/Author Tori Lynn.Tori speaks to men and women who are facing or has gone through a divorce or hardship. Tori obtained a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration degree in three years, graduating in 2000. During this time, she was also a full-time student studying to become a license barber/stylist. Tori was born and raised in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and in 2002, Dallas, Texas became her new home where she currently resides with her two daughters.
Tori Lynn travels with her mother, Jerri Lynn, speaker/author of “The Black Woman’s Attitude and The Men Who Want To Love Us,” discussing her new highly anticipated release: The Divorce. Tori speaks on having the confidence to start anew with two children after losing everything: homes, cars, money, her marriage and her Faith.
Facing hardship, trials, and tribulations caused the birth of her autobiography “The Divorce” as she began to write about her experiences while empathizing with others’ pain. Tori candidly shares her own pain and the loss of her faith in family, man, and God. The thought of suicide became an option, but God; who she later realized had never left her, stepped in and turned her mess into a message. She wants others to know that God has not left them either so, LIVE!
On February 20, 2014, Tori released her story in the suspenseful, jaw-dropping, compelling and riveting read, “The Divorce.”
Hello everyone. My shows are finally over as far as how we knew them. However, I just recently found out some information about my own finances with the shows, and I definitely still want to do SOMETHING creative in the future, so I will be making this podcast to encourage feedback, support, help.
Yes I need YOUR help, and I have a few weeks 'left' of my time period for these shows, but due to unexpected last minute circumstances, they've had to go through many changes.
Good Deeds presents Author Tanya Harris
My goal as an Author is to provide a creative means of entertainment that will inspire a positive change in the lives of my readers. The satisfaction felt from knowing that organized words on a page can influence the thoughts and/or actions of others is immeasurable. I love writing period whether it be poetry, short stories, novels, etc. I am inspired by people, conversations, music, life experience, art . . . pretty much anything that tells me a story influences my creative expression. I have emotional ties to my work not because I can relate to all of the experiences expressed, but because of the emotions I hear from those who can.
Today I want to talk to you about a happy ending. We all like a good ending, and a happy ending makes for a good ending. We read books to get to the ending, we watch movies to see how it ends. I can endure a slow start or even a bad start to a movie or book if it picks up and has a good ending. We can't even begin to count how many children's books end with the line “and they lived happily ever after.” It's just something in our nature that wants to see things work in a good way for good people.
Addiction is a whore, a deep ditch reads Proverbs 23.27For a whore is a deep ditch; and a strange woman is a narrow pit.28She also lieth in wait as for a prey, and increaseth the transgressors among men.
So does addiction, though it is possible to recovery with submission to The Lord Jesus Christ.
Dr. John Wadsworth, 985-789-5988, PO Box 833, Pearl River, LA 70452. Wsmi@juno.co
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