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How One Reader Conquered Her Addiction to Food, Gambling & Smoking

By / Jul 27, 2013 / Posted in Conquer Cravings / Tags:  

Today’s guest blog is by Lara Anastos — for the sake of her children, I’m keeping her real name private :) Notice how Lara moves each time from addiction, into a deeper Self Love. Have you read the book When I Loved Myself Enough by Kim & Alison McMillen? A few quotes from it: When…Read More

Do You Crave Sugar? Alcohol? Fast Food? Cigarettes? Here’s How to Quit Your Addiction Right Here! Right Now!

By / Jun 24, 2013 / Posted in Conquer Cravings / Tags:  

It’s like an evil power has a hold over you, isn’t it? You scrape down to the bottom of the barrel of addiction. Then you dig a hole in the bottom. You sink into a bottomless pit of despair, of loneliness, of cravings that MUST be satisfied. I call it “black-out.” Do you go into…Read More

     

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