Monthly Archives: March 2012

Former Korn Guitarist, Brian “Head” Welch, Publishes Second Book, “STRONGER: Forty Days of Metal and Spirituality”

More info… This 40-day devotional from Brian Head Welch, former lead guitarist of Korn and the New York Times bestselling author of Save Me From Myself, is an intimate tour through the Bible passages that have meant the most to him on his trying journey… Continue reading

‘The Shadow Man,’ Karin Coddon’s Harrowing Novel of Supernatural Terror, Addiction and Family Dysfunction, Now Available for Purchase at Lulu.com

More info… Horses and Horse People. Hauntings & Secrets. They dominate and intimidate every waking second in Del Mar’s horse country–just as Maggie attempts a last-chance life makeover. It’s only daylight she sees: fledgling freedom from her drug-addicted ex-husband, and pure empowerment to discover new… Continue reading

Sexual Recovery Institute Founder Robert Weiss Creates Program for Gay Men Struggling with Intimacy and Sex Addiction

More info…Los Angeles-based Sexual Recovery Institute (SRI) has announced the launch of an 8-week program for men struggling with gay male relationship intimacy, fidelity, sex and love addiction. Developed by SRI Founder, sexual disorders expert and author of the sole book on this subject Cruise… Continue reading

Safety Tips for a Safe and Sound Summer Vacation

More info… Every traveler wants to have a safe and healthy trip. There are a few things every traveler can do to ensure an injury-free, harmless summer vacation. (PRWeb July 14, 2006) Read the full story at alcohol rehab

State or Federally Funded Treatment Centers

Going to a rehab center in case of an alcohol or drug addiction is extremely expensive-especially if you do not have insurance or your insurance plan won’t take care of the treatment. The good news is, there are state or federally backed treatment centers that… Continue reading

Addiction Support Group Sees Alarming Rise in Children Requiring Rehab Places

More info… In the past 10 months, RehabClinic.org.uk operator Panacea UK received more than 100 calls about under-16s with addiction issues up from just two in 2008 and helped place a total of eight 12 to 14-year-olds in treatment centres, including one 13-year-old. The organisation… Continue reading