Getting The Monkey Off Your Back

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Author House, Mar 14, 2012 - Self-Help - 124 pages
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This book was written for the sole purpose of setting people free from addictive behavior. If a person struggles with an addiction to alcohol, drugs, over-eating, pornography or sex, gambling or any other type of addiction, this book gives clear direction for recovery. It clearly explains and challenges the various approaches to recovery; moreover, it gives the reader step by step guidance in experiencing a recreation of their lifestyle establishing power, manageablility and stability. There are many self help books produced and published for the purpose of helping people over-come addiction, but not until now has anyone published a book that challenge the disciplines of the behavioral sciences, the twelve step process, psychology, psychiatry, and the biblical based approach. The questions are being answered as to whether these approaches really work, and then the process for recovery is given in a simple format. If you don’t need this book buy it for someone who does!


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I am J. Emil Terry, a husband, father, grandfather, pastor and on January 15 2012 - I will celebrate 25 years clean & sober from drugs & alcohol. I was born in Los Angeles, California in a town by the name of Watts. Called to the preaching ministry in 1988 and Graduated from Long Beach City College with an Associate in Arts in Food and Nutrition in 1994 - Long Beach, California. Graduated from Dallas Christian College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Ministry and Leadership in 1997 - Dallas, Texas; and Master of Arts in Church and Community Ministry from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2002 - Fort Worth, Texas. Prior to graduating from the Church and Community Ministry program at Southwestern I spent one year in the Master of Divinity program and one year in the School of Psychology. Currently living in Las Vegas, Nevada where I pastor Community Bible Fellowship Church.

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