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Struggling with
Social Media Addiction?

Our Social Media program can help you reclaim your REAL life

We have come to realize that addiction is not drug driven. It is not caused by a thing. Rather it is a relationship someone forms with an an involvement that provides crucial emotional components missing in a person’s life, but that has destructive consequences. In this framework, we can readily see that social media involvements may be addictive.  Indeed, social media addiction is perhaps the most common form of addiction in today’s society.

From the start of his long career, beginning with his 1975 book “Love and Addiction,” Dr. Stanton Peele has addressed destructive, non-drug addictions — both identifying their sources and the routes out of them.

These paths to recovery from love addiction and difficult relationships involve people’s whole lives. Stanton has trained a group of coaches — male and female — in assisting people to achieve this recovery.  LPP coaches deal regularly with social media and similar types of addiction.

Recovery from any addiction not a simple pathway.  But that pathway is clear.

It engages your self-respect and helps you to develop alternative life choices and purposes, built on your personal values.  LPP will enable you to develop self-control, and to link it to a life that you find satisfying and meaningful. Let us help you on your path to recovery.

Your recovery is in your hands

It is important for you to know that the independent, self-motivated path to improved, healthier relationships is possible.

This Life Process Social Media Program© does not ‘fix you’. It is an aid to help you mature out from your ‘addiction’ more quickly, more surely, and more completely by examining your life from the perspectives presented here and following the self-help guidelines provided.

If you feel that your use of social media is a problem, here are some questions to ask yourself:

  • Do I often feel bad as a result of my use of social media?
  • Does my connection to social media consume my time?  Is it something that is always present in my consciousness? Does it prevent me from carrying out other activities?
  • If I asked my family and friends if my use of social media is unhealthy, what would they say?
  • Without social media, would my time and life have little value?
  • Could I live for a week without social media?  A month?
  • What would I do, how would I spend my time, what would I care about if social media were removed from my life?

If these questions are hitting an uncomfortable nerve with you, then perhaps you owe it to yourself to embark on our journey of self improvement through our program, guided by your own personal dedicated life process coach.

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If you think the Life Process Program is for you get started with us today.

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