Joe Mintzer is a Life Coach, Addiction Counselor and Spiritual Psychologist who offers an alternative to traditional recovery programs from addictions, As someone who was once very addicted to drugs and alcohol, it is his mission in life to help others to achieve happiness in sobriety.
IN TODAY'S EPISODE, WE TALK ABOUT
How to overcome addiction and live a life in sobriety
Why misery loves company and how to get out of it
Why changing your surroundings can change your entire life
How to deal with trauma and overcome panic attacks
His powerful tools, such as meditation and touching someone's heart, to heal addiction
And so much more!
Loyalty to your soul - by H. Ronald Hulnick & Mary R. Hulnick
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