Yes, you can stop being addicted to anything ~ food, alcohol, drugs, gambling, sex, compulsive shoplifting, codependency, relationships and all obsessive behaviors.
Others have done it and so can YOU!!
If you have ANY one of these problems you’re in the right place.
Imagine what it would be like to feel ‘normal’, if you could wake up every morning confident and happy ~ no more beating yourself up with guilt and shame.
Imagine how much energy you’d have, and how your confidence and attitude would change.
You CAN stop being addicted ~ it’s doable.
It’s controllable and I'll show you the way.
I have over 25 years of experience counseling and coaching clients throughout the world; helping them to empower themselves in times of crisis: family, career, food issues, substance abuse and other self-destructive behaviors. I was fortunate to have been trained by the best: the legendary Dr. Albert Ellis, founder of Rational Emotive Therapy among others, to provide you with the tools to overcome your difficulties in a minimum amount of time.
“Powerless and hopeless” should NOT be the words you say when you describe how you feel about your problem.
If you tell yourself you’re incapable, you’re sabotaging your success.
Every negative behavior, whether it’s binge eating or binge drinking, whether it’s gambling or codependency ~ everything you do, that you know you shouldn’t be doing leads to the same result: guilt, frustration, shame and ultimately telling yourself, ‘I’ll never do it again’ ~ but you do.
This behavior ends up affecting every aspect of your life. You can feel physically sick, miss work, avoid other people, over spend too much or go into debt, but the worst thing of all, is that it’s painful ~
And no matter what positive achievements you’ve made in your life, when you’re addicted to anything, addiction lowers your esteem.
You were meant to be fabulous, successful, to live powerfully and be in control!
And here are the facts:
While you may be wishing to change your behavior, it will never happen;
Until you get support. You know this is true ~ just ask yourself: “How many times have I tried to change and failed?”
you admit the problem is larger than you
Until you get step-by-step coaching to learn:
How To handle the warning signs.
How to deal with triggers.
How to stop sabotaging yourself.
How to control your cravings.
How to develop new coping strategies.
How to change your old way of thinking.
Get excited, because everything can change, once you decide that you’re fed up with the pain and
Your addiction was a temporary escape from your issues. Food, codependency, substance abuse, gambling or other addictive behaviors allowed you to zone out for a short time, but there is no escape from these issues. Sooner or later you must deal with them.
And the best time is NOW.
The 1st way to start is to change your mind-set.
You were not born to be addicted.
You were not born to suffer ~ whatever happened, happened.
You can’t change the past, but you CAN change your future ~ get yourself ‘unstuck’.
Be fabulous, successful and in control!
Your humor, understanding & insight into my problems helped me beyond my wildest dreams
~ Luella J. NYC
Now I can see how my dysfunctional family members won't change, but the way I handle them certainly has. So Grateful.
~ Steve W. Tokyo
Thank you for being there, for guiding us in the right direction and helping us understand and renew a relationship with our daughter. No words can express our gratitude.
~ J.C San Antonio
You have made a huge difference in my life. I can't thank you enough.
I don't seem to find the words that would do justice to all that you have helped me deal with.
~P.L. Sydney, Au