Does Harvey Weinstein Have A Sex Addiction?

Here is a link – http://www.blogtalkradio.com/youngjustice/2017/10/18/does-harvey-weinstein-have-a-sex-addiction

Dr. Stanton Peele and Zach Rhoads engage in a clinical conversaton about Harvey Weinstein and recent allegations of sexual abuse and rape. Several questions have surfaced after this week’s news that Weinstein has diagnosed himself with a sex addiction; Stanton and Zach address a few:

– Is sex addiction real?

– Does sex addiction adequately describe Weinstein’s behavior?

– Is it possible he has some other kind of addiction?

– If it’s true that he’s addicted (to sex or anything else), what does that mean in terms of legal consequences?

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Stanton Peele Psychology Today Article on Harvey Weinstein: 

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/addiction-in-society/201710/is-harvey-weinstein-addicted-love

Zach Rhoads’ MEDIUM Blog on Harvey Weinstein: 

https://medium.com/@zrhoadsconsulting/does-harvey-weinstein-have-a-sex-addiction-f77edc84537a

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The LAST Stop – A New Documentary exposing The ELAN School – an abusive teen industry location in Maine

Recently I had the great pleasure to meet this new up and coming Director Todd Nilssen. We met at The Drug Policy Alliance Conference in Atlanta this past weekend where they screened his new Documentary, THE LAST STOP.

This is a very disturbing, honest, critical expose of the abusive Teen Industry school for kids who got into trouble and children who barely did anything wrong. I have been following this story since the early days  2009 – 2010 of blogging on the famous anti AA blog www.stinkin-thinkin.com.  Unlike Straight, Inc. which was based on AA 12 steps, Elan was based on Confrontation, Tough Love Tactics, Scream Therapy…but there weren’t any Therapists or PhD’s administering the groups.  There are many of these so called schools still in operation.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6508926/

Harvey Weinstein and Sexual Harassment allegations are swirling – New York Times

Welcome to Hollywood. Welcome to the Harvey Weinstein Cult .

HARVEY WEINSTEIN is like the FOX who is watching the Hen house. FINALLY another scumbag Hollywood Duchbag is being exposed. I swear to GOD that I think Leah Remini’s A & E ‘s show made these women wake up and go to A LAWYER finally. I mean they are not even in a CULT and they are staying quiet. GOOD – Im glad this is now out.

Its been quite a few years of exposing horrible men like  Jerry Sandusky with Football abusing children who are in the Foster care system plus football players – what a pig he was….to Bill Cosby, next came sexual harassment lawsuits with Roger Ailes , then Bill O’Reilly, and now Mirimax Hollywood Bull Dog Harvey Weinstein.

I hope AA and sexual harassment is next.

WHY do we have so many cults in California? We are documenting and warning about CULTS.

Today my waxing friend told me about another cult. It has to do with Tantric Sex. They start off with a one day workshop that costs $195. for the day.

After the day was ended they tried to sell her on going on to another level costing $10,000 dollars. Next … they wanted her to get more recruits. Sounds like a scheme to me .

 

Trump Appointee for DOJ Drug Abuse Efforts Has Strong Ties to Scientology-based Detox Programs

Trump Appointee for DOJ Drug Abuse Efforts Has Strong Ties to Scientology-based Detox Programs

Earlier this month WhiteHouse.gov announced several new Trump administration appointments. Trump’s pick to head up the DOJ’s Bureau of Justice Assistance is  Jon Adler who previously was president of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association. It was reported in WIRED that Adler sat on the advisory board for a controversial detoxification program based on pseudoscience invented by L. Ron Hubbard and pushed by the Scientology cult under various names over the years.

This current incarnation of the detox program once known as Narcanon is called Heroes Health Fund (HHF).

Adler spent a number of years on the advisory board of the Heroes Health Fund, a group that purports to offer support for “firefighters, police, EMTs, veterans, and others harmed by toxic exposures in the line of duty” using a detoxification program developed by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard.

That program has existed under a variety of names over the years, including Purif, the Purification Rundown, Narconon, and the Hubbard Method. It posits that bodies and spirits can be “purified” through a combination of extensive sauna-induced sweat sessions, a niacin-heavy multivitamin, light exercise, and the consumption of pure vegetable oil. Hubbard, of course, had no medical training of any kind, and his detoxification method has been denounced by countless institutions and medical professionals, such as the Los Angeles and San Francisco school districts, the California Medical Association, the National Council Against Health Fraud, and a former Surgeon General of the United States.

It seems as though the cult changes the name of these programs every so often once people catch on that it is L. Ron Hubbard based bullsh*t and not real medical treatment. This version looks like a play to make some money from the increased recognition of first responders in the post 9/11 era.