The Trials and Tribulations of Terry Gene Bollea
With fierce body slams and an Atomic Leg Drop, Terry Gene Bollea (aka Hulk Hogan) wrestled his way to the top ranks of celebrity stardom and Hulkamania.
Read More >>
The Stigma of Addiction: Women and Children
Having worked in addiction health care for nearly four decades, I have found the stigma behind substance-related disorders to be one of the most crippling hindrances to widespread recovery. This stigma, exacerbated among pregnant women or women with children, forces many afflicted women to avoid seeking essential health care services.
of people appear to be living normal lives yet they are secretly numbing their
emotional pain with alcohol, drugs, food, and many other lifestyle addictions.
The good news is that there is hope, and author Michael Cartwright knows this
firsthand, both personally and professionally. Hooked on drugs and alcohol as a
teenager, Cartwright landed in a psychiatric hospital in a catatonic state in
his early twenties.
Despite completing the typical recovery programs and
mandatory counseling, he continued in a downward spiral until he had an epiphany
that would ultimately set him free. Once he was able to visualize what his life
could be, he created an inward believable hope that his life could change for
the better. By adjusting his mind-set and confronting not only his addictions,
but his core emotional issues, he overcame his compulsions and became
emotionally healthy and financially wealthy. He went on to establish multiple
nationwide treatment centers that have helped thousands of people break the
cycle of addiction. In Believable Hope, he shares his personal struggles, his
recovery process, and the 5-pronged approach that has caused dramatic
transformation with clientele ranging from those living on the street to
celebrities and everyone in-between. Believable Hope is a lifeline for people
battling addiction, providing a fresh sense of hope for those who love them.
Use coupon code
WWRBOOKS at checkout for an additional 20%
U.S. Journal Training
If you had an account on the old Counselor website, you will need to Register for a new account.
Please Sign In:
If you had an account on the old CounselorMagazine.com website, you will need to register for a new account. We will look up your subscription information during the registration process.
Sign me up for my free account!