HMB rages!!! “I AM NOT AN ALCOHOLIC!!!!!” anti – AA? anti – NA? ((EXPLICIT))

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25 Responses to “HMB rages!!! “I AM NOT AN ALCOHOLIC!!!!!” anti – AA? anti – NA? ((EXPLICIT))”

  • mirpaterska says:

    I had a food …
    I had a food addiction, and the best advice i had at the time was to calory restrict. I also had a slight depression. Fruits are magical, problem? What problem. AA people dont know about fruits, they dont know theres an easy and fast solution

  • mirpaterska says:

    I was thinking …
    I was thinking something similar the other day!

  • handymanbananas says:

    Hahah!! That’s …
    Hahah!! That’s funny I read it as 30 years. Yeah… little different ;) Haha!

  • RawGreenGlitter says:

    Correction, my dad …
    Correction, my dad has been sober for nearly 30 YEARS. Just a slight difference there.

  • handymanbananas says:

    Thanks! Yes I will …
    Thanks! Yes I will check out the book for sure

  • jammatoonarmy says:

    fuckin a, man.
    its …

    a, man.
    its about self love and discovery
    ***A great book on the topic of sugar sensitivity and drink/drug use is ‘Potatos not Prozac’*** – don’t let the tital put you off, its a good book at begining to understand the relation between what we eat and how this effects our minds in regard to how we think and feel. :)

  • handymanbananas says:

    HAPPY VDAY!!!!!!!!! …
    HAPPY VDAY!!!!!!!!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE EVERYWHERE AND TO EVERYONE!!!!

  • julieke04 says:

    Strange world it …
    Strange world it would be if we all agreed on everything :) I just don’t really see the point in not calling the beast by its name, it’s there regardless

  • handymanbananas says:

    No, no I get it :)
    No, no I get it :) And personally, for me, no I don’t agree. Just being honest. I think that attention we give to our perceived problems can be given to our inherent desire to progress positively. Sticks and stones will brake my bones and words STILL hurt. I don’t want to give the negative that power. BUT AGAIN- that’s me. That’s my stance. I don’t want everyone to think like me. That would be weird ;)

  • handymanbananas says:

    Yes. This is just …
    Yes. This is just one approach to discovering a solution to self-created problem. It works for me- but may not work for everyone. Just as AA works for others but would not work for me. Thanks for your comment!

  • julieke04 says:

    you don’t agree at …
    you don’t agree at all do you?:)the term itself doesn’t have any meaning (as unicornseatfruit mentioned),what matters is the connotation that you give to it.If society considers you an “alcoholic”,fine,it’s only a bad thing if you see it that way.You could put it in a more positive light and go about it as”ok this is where I am now, how do I move myself away from this?”If you are dedicated to change and strong enough not to let a “word” get you down, it’s not a bad thing was what I wanted to say

  • RawGreenGlitter says:

    I think all people …
    I think all people heal in different ways. AA worked for my dad and he hasn’t drank for nearly 30 days. But you’re right. It won’t work for everyone. Always appreciate your honesty. Happy Valentine’s Day HMB! :)

  • handymanbananas says:

    “keep on being …
    “keep on being exactly who you want to be!” i’m posting this on my facebook page if you don’t mind. THANK YOU!!!

  • jacklynn1585 says:

    AGREE. Labels SUCK. …
    AGREE. Labels SUCK.
    Categorizing yourself in anyway tells you what characteristics you have, while people grow and change every moment.
    Labels in general frustrate me-psychiatric disorders, cliques in high school..even calling someone smart or a ‘straight A student’.

    We create ourselves every day :)
    What is important to us becomes us!
    Love your vids :) Have a fabulous day, and keep on being exactly who you want to be!

  • handymanbananas says:

    Thanks Julieke04! …
    Thanks Julieke04! Appreciate the comment!!

  • julieke04 says:

    putting a name on …
    putting a name on something you’re dealing with, to me, isn’t such a bad thing. To a lot of people “falling into a categorie” whether it be disease or addiction, gives them a sense of relief in some way. (I speak from experience) I do agree though that focusing on your problems for too long has adverse effects.

  • handymanbananas says:

    Agreed! 100%. Cure …
    Agreed! 100%. Cure disease by focusing on health not focusing on the disease

  • unicornseatfruit says:

    I agree with you …
    I agree with you and I think it’s the same with disease. The moment we give it a name, we mystify it and all of a sudden, we are attached to it. The name itself has no information, it just makes victims out of the dependent persons who claim the disease as their doom. The ego takes over and somehow we are enjoying having such an attribute which nobody can really grasp and that is so mysterious, it can make us feel special on a very bizarre level and addictions are predestinated for that.

  • handymanbananas says:

    Kostayoga- man!! …
    Kostayoga- man!! You don’t know how happy that makes me to read your comment. I was worried I was the only one. Your wording is perfect. Beautiful. Thank you!!!

  • kostayoga says:

    Gosh Conor, this is …
    Gosh Conor, this is seriously the most important video I think youve made. I absolutely disagree with these programs because of how they force you to identify with whatever attachment you have. The ego looooves that! Im so glad that you are awakened enough to see that any issues you had with drinking and drugs can be resolved without identifying with drinking and drugs as a disease

  • handymanbananas says:

    AH! I “believe” in …
    AH! I “believe” in the science that backs up both the labeling of these addictions as a “disease” as well as naturally born “addictive inclinations”. What I don’t believe in, is saying that oneself ritualistically. Also- I said nothing about “spiritual nature” that is a poor and narrow minded interpretation of my words. One MUST believe in themselves and their potential to change positively in order to do so whether in AA or not. This a base for change- self-love and believe in one’s potential.

  • handymanbananas says:

    Absolutely! …
    Absolutely! Absolutely! For those who CAN NOT embrace it—- let’s talk about why. These are only a couple of the issues in AA that some people can’t get behind. Love having a discussion with you about it though! And yes, we can be sure to land of common ground when discussing a fruit based diet :) BEST TO YOU!!!!!

  • handymanbananas says:

    2nd cont… clearly …
    2nd cont… clearly AA works for you or ppl you love. That is awesome. I can not get down with it. Although it is not the intention of AA to “self-label” that is exactly the outcome. Discussing an addiction as a disease may be medically accurate but when you pin that to yourself FOR LIFE I believe that is detrimental for positive growth. Yes- I write “pretty” words and BELIEVE THEY ARE TRUTHS! “Pretty” words can save people, negative self-labeling stagnates people. Again-ifitworks for you go4it!

  • tigonridge says:

    Indeed, there are …
    Indeed, there are many avenues for physically, mental, and spiritual healing in the case of alcoholism; AA is NOT the only way, but it’s a VERY effective way once you embrace it. A great way to detox would be the fruitarian diet, IMHO. I think we’re on the same page for the most part.

  • handymanbananas says:

    cont… so then …
    cont… so then what? AA or bust? We can do better than that. Let’s offer alternatives! Let’s talk about the issues people have with AA. My rant is nothing new by the way! A lot of people feel this way. Let’s talk about it! “Sophmoric POV” is a bit harsh- haha- and comical. Especially because I have A LOT of experience with alcohol addiction. A decade’s worth. As well as an opiate addiction. Again- I am speaking to those who need help and can not connect with AA. Clearly AA works for you or ppl.

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