In this Episode
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00:49 Being a Militant Realist
Today, I talk about where the rubber meets the road in recovery from compulsive spending. I explain the Debtors Anonymous concept of pressure relief meetings (PRM). And why it’s vital that anyone wishing to help a compulsive spender needs to be a militant realist.
11:14 Here’s What Happened to Me
I talk about my own experience being told a hard truth I didn’t want to hear … and how it all turned out. Plus, I finish by telling you how you can become your own militant realist.
17:59 Inspiration from the Daily Reader for Compulsive Debtors and Spenders: January 21st: “Willingness”
Resources Mentioned in this Podcast Episode
If you would like to purchase the Debtors Anonymous (DA) Spending Plan Pamphlet or any other DA literature, here is the link for the PDF literature form from their website.
Listen to Podcast 040, which is called, “Money Diet vs. Spending Moratorium,” where I talk about the danger for compulsive spenders to live in self-imposed deprivation.
“Life of Riley” (Intro and Outro), “Carpe Diem,” “Ascending the Vale,” “Dreamy Flashback,” “Pixieland,” “Somewhere Sunny,” “The Show Must be Go,” “Thinking Music,” “Universal” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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