-- Quote of the Day --
“The truth is that there is no escape from reality.
There is only postponement.
When it comes down to it – and make no mistake,
it does come down to it –
all you are is your soul’s journey”
~ Jeff Brown, Soul Shaping
-- Recommended Resources --
Pumpemup.org - Pump 'Em Up! is a fuel conservation call to all over the world to spread the word to drivers that the power to conserve fuel is in their own tires! Pump 'Em Up! was born in 2001 when nine-year old Savannah Walters, concerned by proposals to drill for oil in the Arctic, learned that the U.S. could save as much oil as would be produced by the new drilling if drivers simply pumped up their car tires to proper inflation levels. In 1995 the US Energy Department said that under-inflated tires waste an estimated 4 million gallons of gas daily in America.
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-- Conscious Discussions Radio --
Milton Trachtenburg has many years of experience in Individual, Marriage and Family Counseling with a deep specialization in addictions treatment and abuse counseling. He is a psychotherapist and author of Stop the Merry-Go-Round: Stories of Women who Broke the Cycle of Abusive Relationships – and of - Journeys to Recovery: Therapy with Addicted Clients.
According to Milton, “Therapy is not a process of an expert telling you what to do and you doing it. It is a meeting of minds to help you choose from all the possibilities in the world, that course of actions, thoughts and feelings you wish to aim for and hopefully attain”.
Today on Conscious Discussions radio we will be learning how to get out of abusive relationships. Click on the show title - Getting Out; Abusive Relationships - to find today's interview.
Find Dave and Lillian Brummet, excerpts from their books, information about their radio shows and free resources and more at: www.brummet.ca