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Today on GUC, I am joined by Lorne Hildebrand, Executive Director of the Edgewood Addiction Treatment Center in Nanaimo, British Columbia. Lorne, along with his clinical and professional expertise, is here to walk us through the differences as well as the pros and cons associated with both Abstinence-Based and Harm-Reduction based treatments.
For more on the Abstinence versus Harm-Reduction based treatment debate, Click Here.
All information in this episode is intended for reference purposes only. You should talk to your doctor or therapist before beginning any treatment programs.
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Tonight's show is all about abstinence. Is it really realistic to expect women to keep it on lock these days? Call in and tell us your thoughts about it. Today is also the day for the ladies to learn how to get the look for less, and to hear your horoscopes, get the latest gossip, and stay up on those current events. Call in at 347-857-1089.
You know what burns my britches? Abstinence only sex education! What a load of bologna!!
Tune in for a rant about the dangers of this insane nonsense taught to children about their bodies, and how they should work.
Plus, your calls.
Everyone will orgasm by the end of the show.
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Irrespective of whose role it is to teach children about nature, sex and biology should abstinence be a part of that curriculum and conversation?
Join Licensed Professional Counselor Mayi Dixon as she discusses abstinence with special guest Candra Evans. Please log on to Candra's website www.loveandgracemedia.com
Candra Evans currently resides in Cincinnati Ohio with her husband, Pastor Ron Evans, Jr. and is a member of Greater Community Church of the Apostolic Faith. Equally with her role as Christian blogger and pastor’s wife, she is passionate about health, running, and drama ministries.
In this episode of EGUA - Marketplace we address one of our services: AKUMA SAA - Substance Abuse Abstinence in the Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African~Black) Community. We have a ritual method K.U.U.M. rooted in our Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion which is utilized to overcome addictions.
AKUMA SAA addresses:
The nature of substance abuse in the Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African~Black) community as a new form of enslavement
The promotion and distribution of alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, cocaine and other drugs as an act of war against the Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) community
The pathway to substance abuse abstinence utilizing tools inherent within our Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Culture.
We will examine our book:
NKWAMUA - Whole Life Journal
Also, see our AKUMA SAA page on our website:
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Sexual abstinence for the unmarried (certainly among young people) is challenging when society's push is "operate by how you feel." Yet, society rarely protects against the consequences of sex outside of marriage. For good reason, God says, "Wait." How do we guide young people toward a healthy understanding of relationships, sex and valued view of self? We'll speak with Michelle Shirley, CEO of Abstinence Between Strong Teens International, on developing good character, understanding identity/value, and self-protection through good decision-making. A must-listen for teens, parents, churches and others to learn the blessings of sexual purity and right relationships. When a person recognizes their worth, and sets standards, they begin to make better decisions concerning their future.
Sex is a sensitive but important subject to discuss with our children The number of teen pregnancies, teen STD's, and teens having sex with multiple partners are on the rise. The responsibility on educating our teens on the big responsibilities that come with sex fall on parents first. So how do we approach the subject? Do we enforce condoms or enforce abstinence?
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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!
Katherine is the queen of transformation, she didn’t let 10 years of incarceration, racism, sexism or fear, hold her back. She is the original (CBK) “Come Back Kid”.
Katherine started her journey of reestablishing her life in 2000 in Norfolk, VA while working for The Virginia Pilot, she was offered a position to move to Washington, DC where she managed a multimillion dollar construction project being built for President Bush. She’s married to Mr. Eric Smith, and together they have a 3 year old daughter named Livia. Katherine later moved back to Virginia where she continued to work in construction overseeing major projects for VDOT. Katherine quit her job and started investing in real estate which she began rehabbing houses. Katherine soon realized her true passion for construction was so strong. In 2006 she started her own construction company. She is the owner of two established businesses; Heritage Construction a leading general contracting firm certified under the SBA as a WBE, DBE and SWAM; and the other a not-for-profit called Do It Girl, Inc. that help at risks girls and under privilege women. To gain job skills such a clerical and construction hand on job training and placement, life skills, teaches abstinence and entrepreneurial and business skills to women. Katherine has appeared on local radio stations and she was currently featured in the December 2014 issue of Black Enterprise Magazine. Katherine is a certified Passion Facilitator, Faith Coach and Speaker helping individual to find their true passion which is your purpose that ultimately leads you to your destiny.
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