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  • 00:31

    Recovery Radio

    in Prayer

    Join me, your Host Minister Rebecca Desormeaux, and Co-Host Ms. La'Rissa Patrice Weatherspoon, every Tuesday at 12:00 noon for a live broadcast, prayer and discussions on addiction, treatment and recovery, listeners can call in or listen on-line http://www.blogtalkradio.com/recoverylifenetwork2016/2016/05/03/recovery-radio or cal in at (773) 897-6258, We do and can recover!

  • 00:31

    Recovery Radio

    in Prayer

    Live discussions and prayer for those in active addiction and prayer for those in or seeking recovery. Info on treatment and services, each week we will feature topics and discussions on addiction, treatment and recovery! Please join us! 773-897-6258, or listen on line http://tobtr.com/s/8632187 Join me, Your Host, Minister Rebecca Desormeaux, and your Co-Host Ms. La'Rissa Patrice Weatherspoon.

  • 00:28

    What If Recovery Comes Easy For Those Who Know How

    in Self Help

    Let's explore the word, "love," and see how it relates to the addict and addiction.  I am wondering, "What do you love about hurtiing yourself?"  What if your emotional body has created your imbalances?  And...what if addictions are imbalances?  We will be exploring the awareness that recovery becomes easy for those who know how. 

    Join us in discussion as we see, hear and feel how love goes with addiction...or not.

    Jyude can be found at jyudeallbright.com - beingrecovered.net - http://jyude4.wix.com/loveyouraddiction.  Please message me with concerns and topics you would like discussed.

    Interested in my new ebook:  Love Your Addiction?  At present, it can only be found at Sacred Stories Telesummit.


  • 00:56

    A Safety Net for Addiction Recovery with Steven Herndon

    in Football

    Steve Herndon came across the desk of our CEO by way of Addiction Professional’s blog article, Pro football’s Herndon to share recovery journey at NCAD. An email to me with a “How can we book this incredible human being on Mental Health News Radio?” led us to our strategic partner ActiveMarketing. Talking about any kind of sport with our CEO, Kristin Walker, will go nowhere: she wouldn’t know a touchdown from a slam dunk. What she cared about was the person that jumped out of this article and what he is doing to empower healing for men when it comes to their journey through addiction.

    Please join us for one our most inspiring shows on Mental Health News Radio!

    Read the full article here.

  • 00:28

    Refuge Recovery: A Dharma Punx’s View On Addiction with Noah Levine

    in Self Help

    Refuge Recovery, Addiction Recovery Through Mindfulness

    Best-selling author and teacher, Noah Levine has taken his own experience of moving through anger and addiction, transforming it into a healing force for others. He speaks about Refuge Recovery, which is a mindfulness-based addiction recovery program and community that utilizes Buddhist philosophy as the foundation of the recovery process.

    Noah Levine is a dynamic meditation teacher, lecturer, best-selling author and addiction counselor whose unique philosophies align with Buddhism and Psychology, and the founder of Refuge Recovery treatment centers, which helps individuals heal from addiction through communities and treatment options.

    Edie Weinstein, MSW, LSW (Bliss Mistress) is a colorfully creative journalist and interviewer, internationally known transformational speaker, licensed social worker, interfaith minister, Bliss coach and the author of The Bliss Mistress Guide To Transforming The Ordinary Into The Extraordinary.

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  • 00:30

    Who Does Addiction?

    in Self Help

    What kind of a person gets addicted?  How does addiction happen?  

    What if there are common addictions that you might not even be aware of?   We will be continuing our discussion on what makes an addict and codependent, plus where you can find help if you choose.  How does it get any better than that?

    Jyude can be reached at www.beingrecovered.net  &   www.jyudeallbright.com 

    Follow us on   http://jyude4.wix.com/loveyouraddiction



         Tap Into the POWER of our Shared Story, our Collective Consciousness! Join me and  Rev. Patricia Brooks for this fantastic 21-day event, Sacred Stories ~ Honor Your Sacred Relationships!  The series airs April 11 – May 12th and I will be speaking on April 27th, so be sure to register now and save your spot!  Enjoy a sneak peek into the speakers and their topics!      https://youtu.be/gLGA_gzPTIA

      Registration is  FREE...Listening is FREE...Replays are FREE... and...there are FREE gifts too!  Sign Up Now!         www.sacredstoriestelesummit.com           #SacredStories


  • 00:30

    Recovery Radio

    in Prayer

    Addiction is a spiritual disease, each week we will be praying for those who are still in active addiction, or who are in recovery or seeking recovery. We will feature a guest, or a service provider to share their stories and testimoniesof recovery and services and resources available.

  • 01:04

    How is Love Addiction Different from Sexual Addiction with Carol the Coach

    in Self Help

    Listen tonight as Carol the coach helps you to understand the difference between Love  and Sex Addiction.

    She will interview Danielle who is working on recovery and has some wisdom to share with others who struggle with Love Addiction.

  • 00:23

    Overcoming Addiction: Sex, Drug, Alcohol, & Relationship

    in Lifestyle

    Are you addicted to anything in life? Sex, Alcohol, Drug, Relationship? I'm joined by David Clarke who was once addicted to those four things. He will share how it all happened, What he did to recover and you can follow same path to get over your addiction.

    Listen on www.gfemspeaks.com/radio or 347-989-1700. 6pm ET. Follow me on Twitter Facebook




  • 00:45

    Life on the Rocks:Finding Meaning in Addiction and Recovery with Peg Connor, PhD

    in Spirituality

    Peg O'Connor gives us her unique take on addiction and recovery. She gives us practical insights that put a new spin on some old cliches about what it takes to live a rich, meaningful, and joyful life beyind addiction.

    Life on the Rocks (Central Recovery Press Trade Paper; January 12, 2016; $16.95; ISBN 978-1-942094-02-9)  is the first book to address addiction and recovery from a Western philosophical perspective, offering a powerful set of tools sharpened over millennia. Assuming no prior familiarity with the subject, O’Connor draws upon the wisdom of the whole philosophical tradition from Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle, to Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, and Wittgenstein, illuminating issues all addicts and their loved ones face: self-identity, moral responsibility, self-knowledge and self-deception, free will and determinism, fatalism, the nature of God, and their relations to others.


    Peg O’Connor is Professor of Philosophy and Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies at Gustavus Adolphus College, Minnesota. She writes the popular Psychology Today blog “Philosophy Stirred, Not Shaken” (with over 375,00 unique hits to her thirty-four posts to date), and is a featured columnist for for ProTalks, part of the Rehab.com online community of addiction treatment specialists. In her writing, which has appeared in the New York Times and the Huffington Post, she uses philosophy to illuminate the complexities of addiction as a lived experience. Her previous books include Morality and Our Complicated Form of Life 

  • 00:30

    How to you handle weight gain when you first get sober?

    in Self Help

    I know, it happened to me too!  I worked hard to get sober, began making my amends and building my finances ....then I looked in the mirror! How did I gain weight!

    Tonight we will talk about weight gain in sobriety and how to help overcome the fear and trigger.  ( all of the talk will be sensible!!!)

    I hope you will give me a call tonight at 8:30 PM PST or log onto the chat.  

    Building Blocks of Recovery ( now available on Amazon) is focused on helping people in recovery learn to be thier best selves and enjoy recovery life on every level.

    Join me also on Facebook, Pintrest, Twitter and my webpage www.buildingblocksofrecovery.com