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The New Directions For Life Podcast

Mar 7, 2020

In this episode, I offer a response to Dr. Jordan’s recent hospitalization and benzodiazepine addiction. This is NOT an episode where I pile-on Dr. Peterson; instead, I see his circumstances as an incredible opportunity for him and others to examine his current philosophy and possibly update it—leading to an approach for living that may have prevented his recent circumstances, and one that is more sustainable for humans long-term.

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Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to aid you in making the best determinations for yourself when it comes to your mental-health and general well-being. However, it is important to note that while I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Addiction Counselor in the state of Colorado (USA), I am not recommending you follow any suggestion without the help of a qualified counselor or guide who knows your situation better than I do. Nothing discussed in these episodes constitutes “therapy,” and I am not acting as a “therapist” to anyone in this medium. These discussions are intended for an audience that has the outside therapeutic resources that may directly facilitate their own healing.