I am jumping for joy because I will be offering a 1 day training in the Phoenix Effect Process as part of the annual conference sponsored by ACEP, the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology on May 29, 2014 in Phoenix AZ.
I was reading the paper this morning and noticed a restaurant review that mentioned that the best thing about this new place was the molten chocolate dessert.
Like the word love, the word binge is bandied about and used to mean many things. Let’s define it here and now.
We have just celebrated the anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic 100 years ago. All the ballyhoo reminds me of a saying that is common in the Twelve Step groups where members talk about “Changing deck chairs on the Titanic.” What that means is that an “addict” goes from one type of substance or behavior to another.
It is only a few more days and I am off to the amazing Energy Psychology Conference in Toronto Canada. Flying from very sunny California to the brisk Fall climate of Toronto always reminds me of my youth in NYC.
Many, many years ago when Overeaters Anonymous was in its infancy in Los Angeles, many members of AA with years of sobriety were invited to speak at OA meetings.
I have spent the last few days unable to tear myself away from watching a dreadful series that I am streaming instantly on TV.
Compulsive Spending is No Joke
Although we joke that when the going gets tough, the tough go shopping, shopaholics suffer from a major psychological problem.