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Callers: Call continues with a lady who asks "How can I fight for what I believe in without anger?" Roy helps her to quit smoking. Another lady's husband has cancer, she is asking what to do.
Click on the title to learn more about Roy Masters' book How Your Mind Can Make You Well.
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Originally aired: July 17, 2012 - Hour 2
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Are you a smoker? Can you quit anytime you want to? Roy talks about overcoming your addictions.
Callers: Call continues with a lady from the previous hour, who is doing better. A caller, who is a Vietnam vet, wants to know what happens to kids from bad families who never find salvation. A gentleman is saying that his wife is leaving and is telling their kids why she is. A caller asks, "Will God really bless me?"
Roy Masters book Meaning and Happiness can be found HERE.
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Originally aired: May 7, 2013 – Hour 2
With medical marijuana approved in more states each year and recreational use legalized in Colorado and Washington, experts are concerned that more teens may use the drug because they believe it's safe.
A Feb. 25 study published in the International Journal of Drug Policy found that about 10 percent of high school students who would otherwise be at a low risk for picking up a pot-smoking habit -- which includes those who don't smoke cigarettes, students with strong religious beliefs and those with non-marijuana smoking friends -- say they would use marijuana if it was legal.
For high school seniors alone, the shift would make up a 5.6 percent absolute increase in lifetime pot use prevalence. About 45.6 percent of high school seniors admitted to smoking pot in the study, meaning that legalization would increase that number to 51.2 percent.
The data was pulled from the Monitoring the Future survey, which was a nationally-representative survey of students in the eighth, 10th and 12th grade. The students were polled from 2007 to 2011, before recreational marijuana use was legalized in Colorado and Washington following the November 2012 elections.
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