Like Dragons Did They Fight: A Look Into the Addiction Fighting Principles of the Sons of Helaman Program (Paperback)*
Author: Maurice W Harker and Lucas J Reynolds
About Product: This edition (Feb 2017) of “Like Dragons Did They Fight” has added 70 pages that include primarily more information about the science and the Eternal Principles behind self-mastery. In this edition we have also expanded the application of the principles to those who are wanting to learn greater self-mastery in addition to those who are fighting addictions. We have also made a concerted effort to expand the application to all ages (not just youth) and to both men and women. And, near the end of this edition, you will find the Parents Appendix that will provide you with a lot more information about a healthy approach for parents to take when they discover their youth may have been dragged into this unpleasant war. We continue to make the eBook version of this book FREE for you because it is so important for us to get this information out to you and your loved ones.
“This book bravely bridges the gap between the Spiritual and the Temporal (physical) factors of addiction and addiction recovery. It pulls the essential elements of many psychological theories and fits them into an eternal paradigm as can only be seen through the eyes of those who are inspired by God. The reader will be taken on a journey from seeing the battle from high in the heavens down to the gritty and sweaty clashing of swords a warrior must experience day to day.
We live in a time when many are in bondage before they are aware that there is a war. As with many examples in world history, one cannot get out of bondage with just will power and thought control. Warriors must be trained, and then trained some more, in the classroom and on the field. They must learn, that in order to escape the bondage they find themselves in, as did warriors thousands of years before.
About Author: Maurice completed his Bachelor’s program at the University of Utah majoring in Psychology and minoring in Mathematics. He married his wife, Nanette, shortly after graduation and is the father of two children. As was finishing his Professional Counseling Master’s Degree program at the University of Utah, he took an internship counseling position at Davis Counseling Center in Farmington, Utah. Upon graduation he also started working as a counselor at LDS Family Services in Farmington, Utah In May of 2005, Maurice opened the private counseling agency Life Changing Services, In September of 2005, Sons of Helaman was created due to the influx of young men struggling with sexual addiction issues. The development and expansion of this program has been a major focus since then. In his ongoing private practice at Life Changing Services, Maurice specializes in marriage therapy (especially if sexual misbehaviors are part of the problem). He trains adult men to overcome sexual addictions. He works to help heal the wives of sexual addicts. He works with individuals fighting anxiety and depression issues.