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Due to a communications error our first guest missed the show and I did a monologue abut HAMS--he is interviewed at a later date. Our second guest is Dee-Dee Stout, the author of "Coming to Harm Reduction Kicking & Screaming: Looking for Harm Reduction in a 12-Step World." Ms. Stout is a bridge-builder between the traditional treatment paradigm and the harm reduction approach. Stanton Peele joins us to close the show.
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Many bloggers are talking about this. FInd us on www.leavingaa.com . Deprogramming before one embibes again. Some prefer never to drink again attitude. Many do drink normally again after many years of abstinance. Many AA circuit speakers have left and are finding they can drink easily with no probelm. Which one are you? We are going to do a live chat so you can talk about it in the chat room. I will take calls and questions and comments. Why do so many leave AA after decades and feel they were in a cult. Monica Richardson hosts this 1 hour live show to talk about the Holidays, Leaving AA, moderation, and learning new healthy habits.
We will talk about the best deprogramming books we have read and the best moderation books out there. Drink Link Moderation by Donna Cornett, Take Control Now by Dr Marc Kern, Ken Anderson's Hams Harm Reduction. Lance Dodes books, The Sober Truth. Stanton Peele and Ilse Thompson's book Recover! If you like the show Safe Recovery, please go to itunes and review my show. Thank you all and Happy Holidays!
Sweet bread, a cross between a rich bread & dessert, is made from yeast dough, thus requiring home bakers to work like elves all night long to mix, knead, & bake the breads. The sweetness comes from a combination of sugar & dried fruits, while spices typically include cloves, nutmeg, mace, cardamom, & cinnamon. Some bakers combine dried fruits like raisins, currents, & prunes in a large bottle & steep them in rum or brandy for several weeks - or months - before adding to the batter. Whole pieces of dried fruits, including candied red & green cherries, are artistically laid in the top of the dough to make a signature design.
Traditionally, even neediest families had a big ham at Christmastime. This was either purchased from pennies saved or as a gift from a thoughtful neighbor, employer, or even shopkeeper. Decades ago, it was common for Virgin Islands' grocers to hand out hams to their customers in appreciation for their patronage during the year.
Island residents today line up outside refrigerated trailers to purchase their Christmas pine imported from the U.S. main-land. Long ago, they instead went in search of an inkberry tree or the brown dried stalk of a century plant or agave that had flowered a few months prior. Both of these grew in the wild; the inkberry in the islands' forests and the century plant or agave on the arid eastern end of the islands. The trees or stalks were brought inside, propped up in a rock-filled container & decorated with items such as small candies, crepe paper or bits of fabric.
Courtesy of www.virginislandsthisweek.com/articles/virgin-islands-holiday-traditions.html
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Dr. Love teaches the secrets of weight loss by preventing the emotional ups and downs of the Holidays.
Abandonment, Rejection and betrayal are the holdovers of childhood programming. Stuffing to avoid feelings is a bad habit that can be broken this holiday season. Listen in live and join our audience as we take questions about avoiding emotional eating over the holidays. Because of the seasonal change to colder weather we have a tendency to eat heavier foods. But here in Florida where it is not so cold we have a tendency to eat comfort foods that start with the Thanksgiving Turkey, stuffing and all the trimmings. Then we graduate to Holiday Hams with lots of bread and jams.
Dr. Love has been teaching Juice Feasting and detoxification since 1983. He also teaches vegetarian cooking classes and raw food preparation. Join our studio audience live or listen live
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Join us for another episode of Safe Recovery where we interview Professionals and real people with alternative options for drug and alcohol over use/ Tonights episode is with Founder of Hams Harm Reduction Ken Anderson and author of How To Change Your Drinking.
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Our guest this evening is Andrew Meacham, author of Selling Serenity: Life Among the Recovery Stars who will be talking about the big business boom of 12 stepping in the 80s and 90s which continues to this day.
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Our guest this evening is Jerry Otero who will talk about his time with drugfree.org (formerly The Partnership for a Drug Free America) and how they have adopted Narcan and harm reduction policies. He will also talk about his time in 12 step, how he left, and his current work at the Drug Policy Alliance.
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