Addictions are about broken connections—in the brain, with each other, with life principles, and with God. Vicki takes a look at the big picture and the even bigger promises and plan.
It’s one thing to achieve freedom – it’s another to maintain it over time. Vicki Griffin helps you discover practical, powerful principles for getting and staying free. Be inspired by amazing success stories – against all odds.
When it comes to building a better brain, body, and life, lifestyle matters. Quick fixes and gimmicks will not heal a broken brain or help you win the battle against bad habits. Discover with Vicki what works!
Attitude, social networks, lifestyle, and spiritual renewal are woven together to create the mental mettle to confront obstacles. Vicki demonstrates that there is hope for the harried!
Vicki shares how millions of people have quit nicotine in all its forms – for good! She also offers encouragement that many former smokers who started smoking in their childhood and youth have quit the habit. And you can too
Many who smoke have already decided that they plan to quit nicotine in all its forms – and with good reasons! No one needs to live in “survival” mode. Vicki reveals how we are engineered for success!
Positive nutrition means eating more of the “good stuff”! Vicki discusses how a diet rich in healing nutrition and fiber from fresh, colorful fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and beans provides real energy and strength, not artificial stimulation that leaves you drained and depressed.
In this episode, Vicki Griffin address our need for exercise and sleep. God blessed man with fresh air, exercise, and rest as antidotes to many mental, physical, and spiritual maladies. Fresh air, exercise, and rest increase energy and are powerful weapons against stress, fatigue, and cravings.
A golden key to overcoming addictions is to actively subtract addictive substances and intentionally add positive choices. Vicki shares how alcohol and caffeine reinforce nicotine addiction.
Researchers have long recognized the link between depression and nicotine use. Depression is about a loss of connections—in the brain and in life. Many factors are involved in depression. Positive lifestyle choices make a difference!
Studies show that those who have a harder time coping with stress are more likely to give in to cravings and lapse into old habits, attitudes, and addictions. This episode focuses on effective stress management as the key to long-term success.
Social ties play a major role in shaping our attitudes, habits, priorities, and principles. Vicki examines the characteristics of positive relationships, and how to form them.