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Emotional Sobriety

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Rabbi Shais Taub

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International Author, Spiritual Teacher and addiction expert, Rabbi Shais Taub

Can you become addicted to bad feelings and toxic relationships? A discussion on using the spiritual tools of recovery to improve our lives.

Full replay is available here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKU5twGPneM

Co-sponsored by the Jewish Academy, the Jewish Federation of Greater Vancouver, Jewish Family Service Agency, Congregation Schara Tzedeck, Jewish Community Centre of Greater Vancouver, and made the cover story of the Jewish Independent: http://www.jewishindependent.ca/Archives/Oct12/archives12Oct19-02.html

For more info on our courses and lectures visit www.jewishacademy.ca
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About Rabbi Shais Taub:

Rabbi Shais Taub is a Chassidic scholar and addiction expert and an internationally known speaker, writer and teacher on topics of Jewish spirituality. He is a frequent and popular contributor to The Huffington Post and is an editor at the #1 Judaism website Chabad.org. He lives in Pittsburgh, PA with his wife and children.

"A phenomenon." —The New York Times

"An expert in Jewish mysticism and the 12 Steps." —NPR

"A singular resource for those in need." —Publisher's Weekly praising Rabbi Taub's book G-d of our Understanding: Jewish Spirituality and Recovery from Addiction, rocketed to #1 Jewish Bestseller on Amazon

NY TIMES backgrounders: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/11/us/a-recovery-rabbi-shais-taub-finds-a-wide-audience.html

CBC TAPESTRY segment: http://www.cbc.ca/tapestry/episode/2012/01/29/the-god-of-your-understanding-religion-in-aa/


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Self Development
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sobriety, emotions
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