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  1. Unconditional positive regard — the power of self acceptance | Michelle Charfen | TEDxRedondoBeach

    This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Michelle shares her personal journey towards Unconditional Positive Regard and self acceptance through the lens of parenting. This is a story about relationships and ultimately the relationship you have with yourself.

    Michelle Charfen has had a lifelong passion for learning. She was fascinated by the human body and from an early age dreamt of becoming a physician. In high school, she began tutoring students, discovering a love of facilitating learning for others as well. She would eventually study Human Biology as an undergraduate at Stanford, teach preschool during the summer vacations, and spend the year after graduation teaching at an elementary school in East Palo Alto.

    Michelle’s childhood dream was finally realized upon attending Harvard Medical School. She then completed a residency in Emergency Medicine at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, followed by a research fellowship during which she obtained a Masters of Epidemiology from the School of Public Health at UCLA. Teaching medical students and residents in an academic environment was perfectly suited to her enthusiasm for constant learning. In 2008, she stepped down from her faculty position as an Assistant Professor at the UCLA School of Medicine to d…

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  2. Hooked, Hacked, Hijacked: Reclaim Your Brain from Addictive Living: Dr. Pam Peeke at TEDxWallStreet

    See more at: http://tedxwallstreet.com/

    Dr. Pamela Peeke is an internationally renowned physician, scientist and expert in the fields of nutrition, metabolism, stress and fitness. Triathlete and marathoner, Dr. Peeke is nationally known as the "doc who walks the talk" inspiring through example. Dr. Peeke is the lifestyle expert for WebMD's 90 million members, and a regular blogger on cutting edge science in health and wellness. Presently, Dr. Peeke is Senior Science Advisor to Elements Behavioral Health, the nation's most preeminent network of eating disorders and addiction centers. Her current research focuses on how addictive behaviors have subtly and often profoundly penetrated daily lifestyle habits. - See more at: http://tedxwallstreet.com/pamela-peeke/#sthash.UZ83oLhu.dpuf

    In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

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  3. How To Stop Drinking Alcohol Forever

    Here are four review segments from the course, How to Stop Drinking Alcohol. Take the course here: https://www.udemy.com/how-to-stop-drinking-alcohol/?couponCode=get20off The first lesson is Your Commitment to Stopping Putting The Alcohol into Your Mouth which looks at What is your commitment to quit? Only you can make that commitment and only you can follow through on the action that you need to take to get the job done. Just as only you can make the excuses when you continue to drink. Say the mantra to yourself over and over: I’m done with alcohol and I’m never going to drink that poison again! Are you committed to quitting alcohol? Do you have your motivation to succeed? Have you found your emotional ‘kick in the gut’ reasons to stop? If you stop the flow of alcohol, you’ve won the battle. If you don’t put that next mouthful of alcohol into your gob and keep doing that, you’ve quit drinking forever. Now you can get on with your fabulous life. Next is a look at moderation. In this video, we looked at how your body is protecting you by recognizing the toxic properties of alcohol, eliminating what it can, and reducing the long term impact of the alcohol in your life by making you more tolerant to its effects, not it’s damage by the way. All moderation means is that you will drink alcohol without…

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  4. I want to stop drinking? What to do? #KatiFAQ

    1. Hi Kati I’m trying to quit drinking after being a heavy drinker (mainly whiskey) for a few years. I used to self harm and in trying to quit SH I started drinking instead and it gradually got worse without me taking notice as I was so focused on stopping SH. Due to the withdraw of alcohol I get bad shakes, sickness, headaches and sometimes feel like my hearts racing so bad I can barely breathe. I then end up feeling like it’s not it worth it and start drinking again and so the cycle continues. I used to go to AA meetings but they made me feel worse. I felt like if everyone has managed to stop why can’t I. most of my family drink so alcohol has always been a part of my life. but it’s now gotten to the stage where it’s putting my life risk. and now that I’m 18 (I live in Scotland) and am legal to buy it. I really struggle to stop because it’s so accessible. how can I break the cycle? is there anyways to ease the withdrawal or am I just going to have to push through until the symptoms pass. love your videos!!!

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  5. Paul McQ. - AA Speaker - “A New Direction, A New Life”

    Paul shares his story at an AA speakers' meeting in a funny and charming way. He truly has a gift for connecting to the audience and "telling it like it is." This is a very enjoyable and inspirational tape!

    Addiction treatment WORKS! The Twelve Step Model has been utilized as a treatment for alcohol abuse and alcoholism since 1935. It is extremely important to know that help IS out there and addiction recovery is possible. If you are battling alcoholism, drug addiction, addiction or any other form of addictive behavior, there are people who know EXACTLY what it is like!

    You can find out more at: http://www.aa.org - Alcoholics Anonymous Official Site - As should be blatantly obvious, we are in no way affiliated with them or any other Twelve Step Program. We are just looking to provide hope to those suffering from alcoholism or addiction.

    It is important to note there are several ways for one to address his or her alcohol abuse treatment. Substance abuse is a very serious condition and has become an epidemic in today's world. Many people suffering with substance abuse need treatment, such as inpatient stays, rehab, or counseling. The importance and purpose of this video, and all our other videos, is to show that recovery IS possible and to …

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  6. Bob D. - AA Speaker - “A Shining Example of Recovery from Alcoholism”

    The best AA speaker I have ever heard, Bob D., shares his story in a touching and thought-provoking way. I love how he masterfully articulates what it is like to suffer from alcoholism and explains the redemption of the 12 Steps. If you haven't heard Bob D. tell his story, you are in for such a treat! If you have, this is one of my top 3 recordings of him and I get something new from it every time I listen.

    From the book Alcoholics Anonymous: "In spite of the great increase in the size and span of this Fellowship, at its core it remains simple and personal. Each day, somewhere in the world, recovery begins when one alcoholic talks with another alcoholic, sharing experience, strength, and hope."

    What is the Twelve Step Model? How is it a "treatment for alcoholism" or "alcohol abuse?"

    From Wikipedia: "A twelve-step program is a set of guiding principles (accepted by members as 'spiritual principles,' based on the approved literature) outlining a course of action for recovery from addiction, compulsion, or other behavioral problems. Originally proposed by Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) as a method of recovery from alcoholism, the Twelve Steps were first published in the book Alcoholics Anonymous: The Story of How More Than One Hundred Men Have Recovered from …

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