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Craig Lewis, the author of 'Better Days - A Mental Health Recovery Workbook' is fighting a battle, much like we all are. Life can present impossible situations at times that can make our lives unmanageable. We can be beaten down to such a degree that we have trouble with our basic functioning. Craig knows this well as this has been a struggle that he has been battling through for months on end. Sometimes, no matter what we do, even if we do all the right things, we must still face head on, some of the worst of times and disruptions to our lives, that can make it nearly impossible for us to be happy, healthy and satisfied with our lives. Craig knows that we are all fighters, at least somewhere deep inside, and that fighting for our lives, for our happiness and for our peace, is a difficult and painful thing to do. The challenges that we, at times, must face, can feel and appear to be impossible to manage and, as a result, we may feel that our lives have become absolutely unbearable and that there is no way that we could ever know peace and happiness again. Craig knows this personally and he is currently living and battling through, some of the worst of times, and he is here to to talk about coping skills, perspectives, and how we get past those seemingly impossible obstacles and move forward with reclaiming, embracing and/or creating, a happier, healthier and more satisfying life. Everyone is important and everyone deserves to be respected and treated with dignity and to be heard. When we know that we are not alone, and that others can relate to our struggles, and when we know that there are people fighting back, all around the world, right this very minute, and that we are not alone; perhaps we too can find ways to overcome and to move forward, blasting through,never stopping, never quitting and never giving in.
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Currently, three members of Congress want to make that result the norm through a bill that would repeal the 16th Amendment, effectively canceling federal income taxes.
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Peace and Blessings! Whether your a regular listener or if your new to the show, tonight at 7 pm I will be answering your questions. Please click, call or email your birth date to be featured on tonight's broacast.
Tonight I will also be explaining the HEART"S DESIRE NUMBER. The hearts desire number (also called the soul number, soul urge, motivation or the ideality number) is determined by adding together the converted numerical values of the vowels in the birth name. Javane and Bunker (1979:23) reason, if one embraces the theory of reincarnation, the soul number indicates what you have been in previous life times. Not easily Rev. Craig E. Wright Ph. D.
recognized by others, the soul number is what you, in
your inner secret self, desire to be. Sometimes this urge
can be so strong that it can over come all other
vibrations and when this happens, according to
Lagerquest and Lenard (1999:239), your soul number
will call you to people and places that resonate with
your own energy. Understanding the hearts desire or
soul number provides insight into what will motivate
others as well as the true inner nature of the person you
are dealing with, regardless of how they appear on the
outside. Goodwin (1991:37) says the heart's desire
number is concerned with deep inner longings. These
longings express those matters which seem most
important to the person, and these important matters
are influential in determining the person's point of
view, the principles on which they act and their general
approach to life.
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Join in as we ponder “Why”
Here I go through what is my 8th Christmas, or holiday season, this time of year is the setting for my life as I knew it would slowly crumble over a couple of year period. But at the same time the desperation of trying to figure out what the hell is going on. This person with emotional burst of I don’t know what. As well as an inner change of what I held important. Of the very fibers of what made me me, and as I look into the mirror I was somebody I didn’t even recognize.
Finding others like myself was a key in holding a life together, and it got easier as I discovered who I was and what I valued. Many had a hard time with this “new me “as did I. This year I learned more valuable lessons as the distance between the old and new me. As I continue to let go of parts of the old me, it has become clear that this new person is who I am, and I have to learn to live a life again as this new me, like it or not.
As you stop caring about those things you once held close to your heart, the feeling just being left void inside your deepest essence of who you are. As you wonder - What is to Come Next?
On December 3, 2014, 8-10 PM Eastern, join Talk with Tenney for a conversation with Craig Lewis. As an anti-authoritarian, Craig struggles with the often unyielding power that is at times used forcefully to subjugate people who are unwilling to maintain the status quo. In Craig’s experience working in the mental health recovery community as a Certified Peer Specialist, he has found himself often feeling crushed under the boot of power, status and class. Craig believes that the best way to get to the life he wants is dependent on battling through the barriers that are in his way, despite the oppressive nature of power, status and class. Craig openly identifies as a marginalized person yet he is fearless in fighting for the better life he wants and helping others live happier, healthier and more satisfying lives. Craig’s favorite topics to discuss are the ‘Better Days’ workbook, punk rock, and the power of self-directed radical human powered transformation. Craig also loves talking about cats, specifically, ‘Max the Cat Lewis’, Craig’s official ‘Maxcot of Recovery’.
Craig has authored and published the Better Days – A Mental Health Recovery Workbook. Craig based the Better Days workbook on his personal life and recovery, and every page has been used successfully in peer group settings. A Better Days support group facilitation guide is currently being developed as are Spanish, German and French language versions of the Better Days workbook. Craig also has edited and published You’re Crazy Volume One which compiles first-hand accounts of people from the punk rock scene who live with mental health struggles, addiction and trauma. A second volume of You’re Crazy is currently in the works.
Craig can be contacted at: email@example.com
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