What stories do you tell yourself???
What makes you happy? One of the best questions ever! Isn’t that what all of us are ultimately looking for… happiness? If you really think about it, even every little move we make can be associated with our body’s way of trying to find happiness. Think of when you’re lying or sitting in a position... Continue Reading →
As the year comes to a close, I wanted to share a few tips that have helped me the most in this incredible journey that has been 2018 with the hope that it will help you in your 2019. I saw the death of my former self this past year and to be quite honest,... Continue Reading →
What happens right before a craving for alcohol, nicotine, food, or whatever addiction that currently has a hold of you? It's usually some sort of panic or anxiety attack about a certain situation where we immediately feel the need to run and hide or look for something familiar to help us deal. It can be... Continue Reading →
I'm at it again on Facebook Live (unedited)! In this video, I run through the process that I created to change the expression of the collective of genes that cause dis-ease's like alcoholism. I want you to also know, that this process of the 9 strides that I've put together, is not only aimed at... Continue Reading →
If you had a chance to take a substance that would tell you exactly how you were feeling so you can deal with those emotions right then and there, would you use it? “Have you learned about the importance of knowing how you’re feeling or why you’re feeling a certain way yet?” might be an... Continue Reading →
Marijuana, an Essential Piece of the Puzzle Missing in Alcohol/Addiction Recovery Programs One of the most important things we know about the studies done on marijuana is that it’s relatively safe, and since we know that it’s safe, we can self-experiment and apply the use on basically any human condition without much fear of something... Continue Reading →
The Myth... The common misconception is that once you become an alcoholic or an addict, that you're an alcoholic or an addict for life. Only now, in 2018, we have research data on a fairly new science called epigenetics, and the latest in medical research proves that believing that takes a lifetime to recover to... Continue Reading →
This book is for everyone, as we all know someone who is struggling with difficulties in life. The information in here is the real deal for recovering from alcoholism. Use the solutions in this book by themselves or add them to any recovery program that you’re in now to make it more effective. It will... Continue Reading →
Many people have the idea that once you stop drinking that everything else is off limits no matter how non-addictive it is, or how much it can help. Many people are basing their beliefs on old and uneducated ideas like Nancy Reagan’s “Just Say No” campaign back in the eighties. Since then, cannabis has been... Continue Reading →
INSPIRATION - STORIES Becoming the Father I Wanted to Be through Recovery: Neil’s Story Years of carrying around unhealthy coping mechanisms in a hard-driving industry spawned addiction in Neil's life that ship-wrecked relationships and brought tremendous challenges. A new approach of re-learning how to think brought breakthrough, which has opened up opportunities to reconnect with... Continue Reading →
I’ve been observing a lot of my own behaviors trying to connect them with something I may have learned in the past that I kept repeating, that eventually turned out to be something negative, like selfishness. I observe something like anger or frustration and take that feeling back in time to see if I'm reacting... Continue Reading →
I got into the sales side of car business when I was eighteen years old, I was a porter (washed cars) before that. At first, I was nervous when I was talking to customers, so I thought that sales might not be for me. I thought I was a pretty confident kid, but I... Continue Reading →
“Why is this dude with the alcoholic blog talking about Tony Bourdain and suicide”? Because I’m afraid to. Seriously, I'm terrified but I can't let that stop me.
I dig deep a lot. It helps me understand who I am and where I’m going in life. I do this when I meditate if I’m not quite feeling myself. Sometimes, I’ll even smoke a little cannabis, sit there and just be. I ask myself how I’m feeling, in this case, I felt sad. Then,... Continue Reading →