The concept of “The Satisfied Soul,” runs through all my books. It is based on deep-rooted connections with all areas of life; the body, self, others, our environment, and a sense of purpose and meaning. Soul hunger applies to all emotional ills and to adverse reactions to life’s challenges. Developing nurturing connections and moving with the natural flow of life satisfies a hungry soul – vital in our fast-paced, consumer-oriented culture.
Here is an extract from the introduction for Do No Harm: Transforming Addictions:
“The popular misconception of an addiction is that it’s disgraceful and you lack willpower and self-discipline. You’ll discover that your harmful habit is really a creative coping mechanism for handling past and present difficulties. Does it surprise you that the seeds of your disorder were planted earlier on in life? Coping strategies that later develop into addictions enable people to endure even the most neglected, abandoned, or abused past.”
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