Daily Archives: December 3, 2013

Grand Opening for Narconon Cancun in the Southern Mexican State of Quintana Roo


(PRWEB) December 03, 2013

Blessed by the local Bishop and welcomed by Quintana Roo and city officials, Narconon Cancun residential drug rehabilitation center held its Grand Opening ceremony before a group of 90 friends on the last day of November, 2013. Mrs. Haydee Colin, the founder of the center, expressed both tears and excitement as she spoke before the crowd, thanking her family and Narconon International (from Los Angeles, California) for their support in the long preparations to create this elegant new facility in Bonfil, Colonia Doctores, 15 minutes outside Cancun.

Quintana Roo’s Bishop Pedro Pablo Elizondo opened the ceremony, blessing the gathering and the center for its future humanitarian work. Local authorities attending and/or speaking included Mrs. Adriana Teisseir, Quintana Roo Under Secretary of Social Development; Dr. Sonia Elena Galvez, Health Department Coordinator of Innovation and Quality; the local Deputy Ludivina Menchaca; and Mr. Jorge Acevedo, Quintana Roo Director of Radio and Television.

Attending from Narconon International, administrative headquarters of the worldwide drug rehab and education program, Jose De Carpio, Narconon Consultant for Latin America, warmly congratulated Mrs. Colin for her courage and social responsibility in deciding both to open a drug rehab center and to adopt the Narconon drug-free life skills program. “Narconon uses humane, natural, proven methodology to help the majority of its applicants attain stable drug-free lives,” he said. Dr. Anna Grace Tagliaferro, Medical Director of Narconon International, spoke about the educational Narconon program and presented Mrs. Colin and her staff with a Plaque of Special Recognition, commenting on the beauty and elegance of the new 20-bed facility. Omar Cardona Montemayor, Director of Narconon Latin America from Mexico, D.F., also greeted the audience and helped Mrs. Colin take her guests through a guided tour.

Mrs. Colin said that after carefully reviewing different drug rehabilitation models, she selected the drug-free life skills Narconon program, based on the research of American humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard. Narconon International worked with Colin to train staff, both at the Cancun center and elsewhere.

Despite the ongoing battles between Mexican drug cartels amongst themselves and with government police, resulting in tens of thousands of deaths nationwide, Cancun, although suffering sporadic local drug crime and violence, has continued to be an internationally popular vacation destination. The U.S. State Department travel advisory website has warned visitors away from northern states and others such as Sinaloa on the west coast, but encourages visitors to “stay within the well-known tourist areas,” which includes Cancun. Mrs. Colin says that Narconon Cancun will dedicate itself to fully rehabilitating drug addicts locally and from across the nation, as well as those who may wish to come from other countries.

For more information on Narconon Cancun, please call (800) 210-3060 | 323-962-2404.







Peter Pan’s Origin Discovered; New Book Reveals Untold True Story Behind the Characters of Peter Pan, Wendy, Hook and the Lost Boys


San Diego, CA (PRWEB) December 03, 2013

“To reveal who he really was would even at this date set the country in a blaze,” James Barrie said, referring to Peter Pan’s nemesis, Captain Hook. And regarding Peter Pan himself? In the introduction to his published work, Barrie mysteriously suggested that he could not recall creating Peter Pan, his most famous character.

A new book may finally resolve the mysteries Barrie teased at, bringing new light to the origins of the legend of Peter Pan. Author Christopher Mechling believes he has found the real Peter Pan and Captain Hook, as well as Wendy and the Lost Boys, hidden in the pages of history. Peter: The Untold True Story, a new historical novel released this year, tells the epic life story of Peter the Wild Boy, a feral child whose innocence and charm made him a legend in England more than a century before James Barrie immortalized him in fiction.

What separates Christopher Mechling’s novel from other stories about Peter Pan is that it is not a retelling, a prequel, or an extension of James’ Barrie’s mythology- instead, it offers a dramatic look at the true events of a real historical figure whose life is closely mirrored in the Barrie’s fairy tale. Peter the Wild Boy had a lively, innocent soul that won over nearly everyone he met, including the King of England, whom he befriended, and the Royal Family. Narrated by The Princess Caroline of Great Britain, the novel begins,

All children grow up, all but one. His name is Peter and by now, all the civilized world has heard of him. He has captured the public imagination and become a legend, a subject for poets, philosophers and psychologists to write about, and for children to dream of. The childrens tales might be lacking in some details, but on the whole they are more accurate than most other accounts, for children will always understand Peter intuitively, as I did when I first met him.

“I shall endeavor to tell you the true story of my friend Peter, because he cannot tell it to you himself. Afterward I hope you will love him and defend him as I have for the remainder of your days. Pass on to others a true account of the wild boy who would not grow up, who danced with kings and won the hearts of princesses. He defied logic and reason, lived and loved with an innocent heart, and found peace in the midst of a turbulent world.

Bringing to life historical figures such as George I, George II, Caroline of Ansbach and the Royal Family, Jonathan Swift, Daniel Defoe, Lord Hervey and other, the epic tale spans more than seventy years, exploring the real personalities and events that may have provided inspiration for James Barrie’s classic fairy tale.

It was the end of the Golden Age of Piracy, when pirates clashed with the naval power of the British Empire. It was also a time in which Indians from America were visitors to the Royal Court. It was the Age of Enlightenment, when science and reason were conquering the unknown, the mysterious and the wild. In the midst of this era, Peter the Wild Boy stood in the Royal Court as a prominent, curious anomaly.

Peter is an enchanting tale full of humor, love, and courage in the face of life’s difficulties. It will make you laugh, cry, dream and remember what it means to be young. From now through December 16th, enter to win a free signed copy at Goodreads.com. Books are available for sale in hardcover through Barnes and Noble, Amazon, and at the authors website. It is also available as an e-book through the Apple iBookstore and Amazon Kindle.







Unlock a Lifestyle of Freedom in Gods Presence


Shippensburg, PA (PRWEB) December 03, 2013

Destiny Image and the husband and wife team of Dennis and Dr. Jen Clark are happy to announce the release of their upcoming book, “Live Free.”

Both Dennis and Jen have appeared as guests on Sid Roths television show, “Its Supernatural,” and this latest book has already received high accolades from Roth.

He said, Many books have been written on this subject. This is the only one that shows you how!

In “Live Free,” the Clarks offer a user-friendly guide to unlocking your lifestyle of freedom through intimacy with God.

None of us are exempt from getting hurt, said Dennis, The problem is what we do with pain. Bitterness runs rampant. Unforgiveness is spreading at an epidemic rate. Brokenness is the norm, not the exception.

We may experience temporary freedom or momentary reliefthen life faithfully throws something else right back at us, starting the pain cycle all over again. But what if you can break the cycle? What if freedom could become a lifestyle? What if the secret to accessing this lifestyle was a Person? Jen asked.

“Live Free” helps the reader to discover:


How to connect with Godand stay connected!
How to demystify what intimacy with God looks likeand make it practical
How Gods Presence is the entryway to your freedom

Dennis Clark has been in ministry for more than 35-years as pastor, church planter and counselor. Dr. Jennifer Clark, his wife, holds a B.S., M.S. and Ed.S. degree in psychology, and a Th.D. in theology. They’ve developed simple, systematic, proven how-to tools to quickly heal emotional pain and train others to teach them to others. These simple keys are easy enough for a mom or Sunday school worker to teach a 3-year-old child, yet effective enough to heal the deepest hurts of adults quickly and completely.

Interviews, review copies and giveaway copies are available upon request.

Destiny Image, located in Shippensburg, Pa, was founded in 1983 by Pastor Don Nori, Sr. It seeks to accurately represent authors who have a call to share Gods present word to His people and to make these authors easily accessible to the Christian body around the world in every form of media possible.

FOR PRESS INQUIRIES, INTERVIEWS AND REVIEW COPIES:

Kristen Adams

(717) 532-3040, Ext. 135

kadams(at)norimediagroup(dot)com







Give Your Loved Ones the Gift of Wellness this Holiday Season


New York, NY (PRWEB) December 03, 2013

Treat your loved ones to the gift of wellness this holiday season. At Natural Gourmet Institute, we know that wellness goes beyond being mindful of what you eat, thats why we partnered with like-minded institution, Pure Yoga, to offer a package that feeds the body and soul through nourishing cooking courses and delicious yoga classes.

For a limited time, Natural Gourmet Institute is offering 3 yoga-inspired cooking classes and 1 week of complimentary yoga at Pure Yoga for only $ 340 (a $ 490 value).

Classes included in the special are:

Ayurvedic Cuisine, Date options: Saturday, January 18th or April 12th, 2014 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

The ancient art of Ayurveda is central to many of yogas basic tenants. Learn the fundamental principles of Ayurveda including: consciousness, mind & body health, the theory of food & digestion, balancing a menu, identification of the various doshas, and how to prepare a delicious meal using these theories.

Suggested Pure Yoga class: Yin Yoga

Basics of Cooking, Date options: Wednesday, January 8 and January 15th 2014, 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. or Sunday, February 16 2014 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Just like in yoga, a strong foundation is necessary to further culinary abilities. Basics 1 teaches the ABCs of menu planning and how to create nutritious balanced meals. The principles will be demonstrated through a variety of cooking techniques. The class will conclude with a satisfying vegetarian meal.

Suggested Pure Yoga class: Alignment Basics

Detox 1 or Detox 2, Date options: Tuesday, February 4th, 2014 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. or Thursday, March 20th, 2014 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Often times, we focus our yoga practice on ridding the body of the everyday (and holiday) toxins that build up in our bodies. Food is also an excellent tool for detoxification. In 5 Different Ways to Detox Michael Perrine (Feb.4) will discuss the basics and benefits of 5 cleanses: diet transition, fasting, colon cleansing, liver flushing and infrared saunas. Hell also debunk myths, discuss safety, and demonstrate how to differentiate bona-fide health claims from sales hype. In Spring Detox Marcia Berry (Mar. 20) will discuss the roles of the organs of elimination what theyre up to and what they need and discover the energy-building, health-promoting properties of foods that help cleanse the body of toxins. Students will receive instructions for a basic liver cleanse, take home recipes for remedies that are natural and easy to prepare, and receive a wealth of information on how to keep the body clean and strong all year long.

Suggested Pure Class: Hot Slow Flow

Please register at bit.ly/ngiyogi and email with questions.

Promotion is available from November 29th to December 31st, 2013.

About Natural Gourmet Institute

Founded in 1977 by Dr. Annemarie Colbin, Natural Gourmet Institute (NGI) is the international leader in health-supportive culinary education. Natural Gourmet Institutes Chef Training Program is a comprehensive, professional program that trains students to meet the growing demand for culinary professionals who excel at the preparation of delicious, nutritionally-sound cuisine. Natural Gourmet Institute also offers public intensives, hands-on instruction, demonstrations and lectures for the healthy cooking enthusiast. On Friday night, the school is transformed into an elegant dining room and opened to the public where NGIs Chef Training Program students and instructors prepare a three course vegetarian Friday Night Dinner that is innovative, delicious and beautifully presented.

About Pure Yoga

Pure Yoga is Asias premier brand of yoga studios with five locations in Hong Kong, one in Singapore, one in Taipei and two in New York City: on the Upper East and Upper West Side. Pure Yoga launched in 2001. A wide variety of traditional and contemporary yoga practices are offered and taught by passionate, certified teachers. Beginners workshops are organized every month to encourage newcomers. Workshops for all levels with internationally-acclaimed guest yoga masters, retreats in idyllic locales, and teacher training programs are all part of providing students with the most rewarding yoga experience possible.







Andrews Kurth Elects 10 New Partners for 2014

Houston, Texas (PRWEB) December 03, 2013

Andrews Kurth LLP announced today the election of 10 of its lawyers to the partnership. Will S. Becker, Courtney Cochran Butler, Alison L. Chen, Courtney E. Ervin, Meghan E. Griffiths, Giji M. John, Callie A. Parker, Jeremy Reckmeyer, Alexander D. White, and Michael X. Ye will assume their new positions on January 1, 2014.

Will S. Becker | Dallas

Will’s practice focuses on federal income tax matters and Texas franchise, sales and use tax matters, with an emphasis on real estate, asset securitization, corporate mergers and acquisitions and corporate spin-offs and split-offs. Will assists clients in analyzing such tax matters and their impact on corporations, S corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, real estate investment trusts, real estate mortgage investment conduits, hedging transactions and other derivatives. Additionally, Will has assisted nonprofit clients in forming public charities and private foundations, including filing for federal income tax exemption for such entities. Will recently represented a publicly traded company in connection with a separation and distribution transaction valued at $ 375 million. He also represented a medical device company in connection with an $ 86 million initial public offering. Will received his LL.M. in 2005, with honors, from Northwestern University School of Law, his J.D. in 2004 from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, and his B.A. in 2001 from Southwestern University.

Courtney Cochran Butler | Houston

Courtneys corporate practice includes representing issuers and underwriters in IPOs and other public offerings and private placements of equity and debt securities and working with public and private companies in structuring and negotiating mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures. Courtney regularly advises companies regarding securities law compliance, corporate governance and financial reporting matters and works with companies in connection with proxy and shareholder, SEC reporting, and other general corporate and securities matters. In addition to her ongoing work with issuer clients, Courtney recently represented the underwriters in a $ 540 million public offering of common units and an $ 800 million public offering of registered notes by a midstream oil and gas company and represented a diversified midstream master limited partnership in its $ 240 million private placement of common units. She also recently represented a diversified electrical infrastructure services provider in a public merger with an electrical and mechanical solutions provider. Courtney received her J.D. in 2005, cum laude, from Tulane University Law School, where she also received a Certificate for Advanced Studies in Maritime Law, and her B.B.A in 2001 from The University of Texas.

Alison L. Chen | Houston

As a tax lawyer, Alison focuses her practice on federal income taxation of corporations, partnerships (including publicly traded partnerships) and limited liability companies. Alison advises clients on the formation of business entities, the tax consequences of mergers and acquisitions, tax-free reorganizations, joint ventures, asset-backed and mortgage backed securitization, and other various financial instruments. She also advises clients with respect to executive compensation matters, including compliance with Section 162(m) deduction limitations and Section 280G golden parachute issues. She recently represented the underwriters in connection with the $ 434 million IPO of Phillips 66 Partners LP and the $ 137 million IPO of Marlin Midstream Partners LP. In addition, Alison is currently representing the underwriters in connection with a $ 200 million IPO of an MLP issuer in the midstream oil and gas business. Alison received her LL.M. in Taxation in 2004 from New York University School of Law, her J.D. in 2003, cum laude, from the University of Houston Law Center and her B.A. in 2000 from The University of Texas.

Courtney E. Ervin | Houston

Courtney is a trial lawyer. Her practice includes representing clients in complex commercial litigation in both state and federal court and arbitration. She regularly oversees cases involving contract disputes, business torts, shareholder disputes, and insurance coverage. While Courtneys practice focuses on clients in the energy industry, she also represents clients in a multitude of other industries, including insurance, real estate, private equity and information technology. Her recent cases have included favorably settling a lengthy, multi-party oil and gas dispute pending in both state court and in arbitration, obtaining a take-nothing settlement in an insurance coverage dispute and obtaining a partial summary judgment on behalf of an insurance client on a coverage issue of first impression in the Southern District of Texas. Courtney received her J.D. in 2005, magna cum laude, from the University of Houston Law Center, where she was Publications Editor of the Houston Law Review. She earned her B.S. in psychology from Colorado State University in 2000.

Meghan E. Griffiths | Austin

Meghan has considerable experience in administrative law and litigation, judicial appeals of agency matters and energy regulatory and electric utility law. Meghan has advised clients in regulatory matters and contested proceedings before many state agencies in Texas, including the Public Utility Commission of Texas, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the Texas Railroad Commission and the Texas General Land Office. She has also advised clients on federal regulatory matters involving the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. In the past year, Meghan has represented and advised Texas manufacturers in a contested multi-billion dollar utility merger, electric utility rate cases and electric market design matters. She also won a summary judgment motion dismissing a bid protest of a $ 10 million contract award to a rail car manufacturer by the Dallas Area Rapid Transit Authority and successfully handled multiple open records requests from competitors seeking trade secret and confidential information submitted with governmental bids. Meghan received her J.D. in 2004, cum laude, from The University of Texas School of Law and her B.A., cum laude, in Plan II Honors and Russian Literature from The University of Texas in 1995.

Giji M. John | Houston

Giji counsels clients in connection with the development and finance of domestic and international energy projects. He has extensive experience representing project sponsors, construction contractors, lenders and utilities through all stages of development, acquisitions and dispositions, joint ventures and financings. Gijis development work includes experience in long-term offtake agreements, physical and financial swaps, engineering, procurement and construction contracts, operation and maintenance agreements, management services agreements and site services agreements. His representation has included transactions involving liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities, methanol facilities, petrochemical refineries, carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) facilities, wind energy, solar energy, natural gas-fired peaking and combined-cycle power plants, upstream oil & gas, transportation, aviation and ports. Giji recently represented the sponsor in the $ 5.9 billion Sabine Pass LNG Liquefaction Facility project financingthe largest North American project financing in 2013. He is also currently representing the sponsor in the negotiation of the engineering, procurement and construction contract for a post-combustion CCS facility interconnected to the W.A. Parish power plantwhich, when complete, will be the first commercial-scale post-combustion CCS facility in the United States and the largest commercial-scale post-combustion CCS facility in the world. Giji earned his J.D. in 2001 from the University of Michigan Law School. He received his B.A. in 1996 from Northwestern University.

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Smartgift Releases E-Commerce Report on The Science of Gifting


New York, NY (PRWEB) December 03, 2013

Smartgift, a provider of online gifting technology for retailers, today released its industry report, The Complex Psychology and Economics of Gifting, shedding light on the importance of the gift economy and how online retailers can use behavioral science to boost revenue.

The report, which includes topics such as upselling, personalization and re-gifting, reveals best practices for online retailers to increase their share of the $ 50 billion gift industry and build customer-centric brands. Between Thanksgiving and Christmas, retailers generate more than 25 percent of their yearly sales and up to 60 percent of their annual profits. However, this is still a fraction of the full annual gifting market potential for retailers.

Exchanging gifts is the most powerful way of building alliances and stronger bonds. The essence of gifting is based on the self-perpetuating system of balanced reciprocity, said Monika Kochhar, CEO and co-founder of Smartgift. Smartgift is rooted in the science of gifting. The gift economy creates an enormous demand and market for consumer goods throughout the year. In this highly competitive market, retailers that understand gifting behavior are best positioned to maximize their online gift revenue.

Using behavioral science, Smartgift provides online gifting technology for retailers to maximize their gifting revenue by solving common e-commerce inefficiencies such as abandoned shopping carts and gift returns due to lack of recipient information. As a thought leader in the space, Ms. Kochhar has conducted extensive research on the science of gifting and was a featured speaker on the topic at the recent Fashion Digital New York conference, a leading industry event.

For more information about Smartgift and to download the full report, visit: http://www.smartgift.it.

About Smartgift

Smartgift, utilizing behavioral science, offers online gifting technology to retailers. The platform maximizes gifting revenue by monetizing the psychology of gifting behavior. Smartgift solves common e-commerce inefficiencies such as abandoned shopping carts and gift returns due to a lack of recipient information. It uses predictive intelligence to up-sell and cross-sell gift senders and recipients. It also enables retailers to distill actionable insights from gifting analytics. The Smartgift personalization feature brings the real-world feel and surprise to online gifting, while graphical animations replicate the recipient experience of opening a gift. Smartgifts technology integrates seamlessly into any retailers e-commerce platform and can be customized depending on specific needs. To access a demo, calculate your ROI, download the Smart Gifting Report 2013, and for more information about Smartgift visit http://www.smartgift.it and follow @smartgiftit.







Dr. Michael Popkin Authors New E-book Offering Parents Strategies to Keep Spirited Children From Participating in Harmful Behavior


Greensboro, NC (PRWEB) December 03, 2013

The Smoke-Free Spirited Child Tips and Insights For Keeping Your Spirited Child Healthy, Happy and Tobacco Free is a new eBook by child-rearing expert and longtime spokesman for Lorillards Youth Smoking Prevention Program, Dr. Michael H. Popkin. The book, the third in the Keeping Kids Smoke-Free series, is available as a free download through the youth smoking prevention website RealParentsRealAnswers.com.

According to Popkin, some kids seem to know how to push their parents buttons in ways never dreamed possible. Referred to as spirited children, they are often described as intense, hypersensitive, persistent, distracted, and unwilling to accept change. The parents of spirited children usually err on the side of being either too strict or too permissive. Yet finding the right balance of enlightened parental leadership that is both firm and respectful is essential, especially as these spirited children move into becoming spirited teens.

A wild and spirited child is more prone to partake in harmful and dangerous activities, such as smoking, notes Popkin. The lessons in this book can help tamebut not breakyour child and bring out the positive aspects of their spiritedness.

Topics covered in The Smoke-Free Spirited Child eBook include:

Relationship Building

Character Development

Building Structure

Discipline

Handling Power Struggles

Ideas For Establishing Routines

Problem Solving

Problem Prevention Tips

Courage and Self-Esteem, the first book in the Keeping Kids Smoke-Free series, was released in March of 2013. The second book, Responsibility & Discipline and Their Role In Keeping Kids Smoke Free, was released in July 2013. All three books in the series are available at http://www.realparentsrealanswers.com/resources/e-books/.

About the Author

The founder of Active Parenting Publishers, Dr. Michael H. Popkin is the author of many award-winning, video-based parenting education programs. An expert in the field of parenting education, Popkin earned a doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Georgia State University and has served as Director of Child and Family Services at an Atlanta hospital. He and his family currently live in Atlanta. For more information about Dr. Popkin, as well as a complete listing of his books and videos, advice from Dr. Popkin, a Parents Discussion Forum, and a list of parenting workshops in your area, visit http://www.activeparenting.com.

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Sexologist Guy Guillermo Shows You How To Spot Sexual Addiction in Women


(PRWEB) December 03, 2013

While some people may think of it as a punchline (after all, who doesnt want to have more sex?), sexual addiction is as real as any other compulsive behavior and just as dangerous. The difference, however, is that the signs can be harder to spot.

Unlike alcohol, drugs, food or shopping habits, where theres weight gain (or loss), hangovers or track marks, a new wardrobe or overwhelming credit card debt to indicate the addiction, the tangible evidence of sexual compulsion can be kept a secret for a very long time often until its too late for the people involved to save their relationships. If youre concerned about your own sexual attitudes and behaviors, or those of someone you care about, consider the following characteristics of sex addiction.

Here are some of the classic signs of sex addiction:

Shame: It would be easy to assume that sex addicts flaunt their sexuality the showy dresser with the bad reputation, the player who has slept with his whole social circle. And while these personality types may very well be struggling with issues surrounding sex and compulsive behavior, the real indicator is not to be found in the act itself, but in the persons attitude about it. What is normal behavior for one person can be dangerous for another. As such, acting out alone is not a real indicator of sexual compulsion. The primary common characteristics found in all sex addicts is shame about their behavior.

Whether or not this shame manifests as admitted guilt or embarrassment is a different story, however. Rather than that, this deep-seated, nagging feeling that something is wrong with their behavior can translate into excuses or reasoning about it. The woman who sleeps with her husbands best friend for example, may say she wasnt being satisfied at home or call it unrequited love. A man who chooses to use porn repeatedly (instead of having sex with his lover), may say this behavior is normal or just part of being a man In either case, the addict has lost all recognition of his lover as a person with sexual and emotional needs, at least in so far as that they are completely trumped by their own sexual demands.

Disconnection: Whether its the thrill of the chase, the endorphin rush of the act, or an inexplicable obsession to see everything in a sexual context (obsession with sex is another indicator of a problem), the one thing sex addicts cannot do is have a successful, connected intimate relationship. Thats not to say they cant sustain some form of a relationship, because very often, they do. But frequently, those pairings are abusive. Manipulation to get sex or to get out of trouble (or avoid the admission of having it elsewhere) is a common theme. Likewise, secrecy plays a big role. Consider the Internet porn addict or the person who goes cruising for anonymous sex its not exactly dinner table conversation. Sex addicts can often seem to be hiding something when it comes to their sexual lives, which is extremely hurtful to the partners theyre neglecting or mistreating. They may even shut off to sex altogether with their mate, while seeking satisfaction elsewhere.

Self-destruction: Like all addictions, sex addiction has been proven to be chemical. Likewise, as the addiction progresses, the addicts tolerance grows. An alcoholic who used to get their fix from two or three drinks a day, moves up to a bottle. A weekend drug habit blossoms to an every day need. So it goes with sex addiction as well. Whereas the first affair may have provided a high thanks to the neuro-chemicals released in the body, eventually, the sex addict needs more to get off (if they can get off at all) and the downward spiral begins. It is here where the signs start to show.

In the throes of addiction, this can mean spending money for sex (either on prostitutes or potential scores), illegal behavior (like groping, self-exposure, soliciting escorts) and oftentimes other addictions, like alcohol or drugs which seem to make it easier to cope with the sexual behavior. Sex becomes their answer for everything. Its what to do to celebrate successes, to alleviate pain, to take out aggression. And most notably, its no longer fun yet, in this stage, the addict will, do anything, give up anything destroy everything to get it.

Visit Sexologist Guy Guillermo at http://glamour.la for more info







VetWebsites (Websites for Veterinarians) is Offering an Educational Webinar, “An Exclusive Gift for Veterinarians – 4 Online Marketing Secrets You Can’t Afford to Ignore”


Boulder, Colorado (PRWEB) December 03, 2013

VetWebsites is presenting a complimentary webinar, An exclusive gift for Veterinarians – 4 Online Marketing Secrets You Can’t Afford to Ignore, the 30-minute webinar, presented by Greer Van Dyck, co-author of “Ready, Aim, Soar” and online marketing expert of VetWebsites, will be offered on Thursday, December 5th, at 12pm Mountain Standard Time, 11am Pacific Standard Time, 2pm Eastern Standard Time.

Reserve A Seat And Register Now!

“An Exclusive Gift for Veterinarians – 4 Online Marketing Secrets You Can’t Afford To Ignore”

Thursday, December 5th at 12pm MST, 11am PST, 2pm EST

Right now there are 2.4 billion internet users worldwide and that number continues to grow each day. Over 20 million shoppers are now online, purchasing everything from books, cars, airplanes, tablets, and veterinary services. In fact e-commerce sales are expected to grow 62% by 2016. An effective website is a vital part of business development – so treat it as such and get online today.

In this webinar, learn the 4 online marketing secrets any business professional cant afford to ignore. Get familiar with the following secrets to online marketing success:


online scheduling to provide ease and increase retention

eNewsletters to captivate an audience

eBooks that develop expertise and credibility

search engine optimization – increasing website visibility

Get out of the stands and learn how to take a Veterinarian practice to the next level in this free webinar.

“Having an effective website is an essential part to being proactive in the success of business, says Greer Van Dyck, Online Marketing Expert for VetWebsites. With 96% of people searching for Veterinary services online, being listed on the major search engines is imperative to being accessible to the masses.

VetWebsites specializes in creating websites that are engaging, professional, cost-effective, and extremely simple to maintain. Veterinarians can successfully market and manage their practice online with the $ 59/month package (with no set-up fees or contracts). The service includes everything thats needed for a professional online presence, including search engine optimization, integrated email, editing tools, credit card processing, online appointment notifications, and unlimited technical and customer support.

Register now for the educational webinar!

“An exclusive gift for Veterinarians – 4 Online Marketing Secrets You Can’t Afford To Ignore

Thursday, December 5th, 2013 at 12pm MST, 11am PST, 2pm EST

Greer Van Dyck is an expert in website marketing, and is the Director of Internet Marketing at VetWebsites. Greer has worked with many Veterinarians to develop an online presence that leverages the power of Internet. Greer’s background in website marketing is coupled with her expertise in the field of Psychology, helping aid in understanding business on a whole different level.