Depressed? Worried? Angry? Tune in When Award-winning Gary Null Ph. D. Returns to Channel 12 on December 6
DENVER – (November 20, 2008) – With the depressed economy – and the depression, anger, worry and fear that many individuals are experiencing, Channel 12 is bringing a timely guest to the station for three self-empowerment programs on Saturday, Dec. 6.
New York Times best-selling author Dr. Gary Null will return to the station for a live televised appearance, presenting three new programs and taking viewer phone calls from 6 to 10:30 p.m.
In Being a Winner, debuting at 6 p.m., Null and leading experts will show viewers in the program how to abolish fear and worry, how to live in the present moment, and finding balance in life. Discussion of overcoming procrastination and being happy and fulfilled regardless of circumstance will be timely for those who are in the midst of job searches.
Overcoming Addictive Behavior will air at 7:30. Null, an acclaimed health and nutrition advocate, will tackle the issues leading to addictions and the critical lifestyle changes necessary to overcome them.
At 9 p.m., in You’re Smarter than You Think, Null explores how to make positive changes to achieve more from life. “Millions of Americans are at a crossroads,” Null says. “We’re faced with doing more of the same but wanting a different outcome. We want to be happier, healthier and more at peace with ourselves. Are our desires and wishes compatible with our actions and choices?”
Experts featured in the programs include Henry Grayson PhD, author of Mindful Loving: 10 Practices for Creating Deeper Connections; Gina Ogden, author of Heart and Soul of Sex and The Return of Desire; Mitchell Rabin, energy balance practitioner and stress management consultant; Psychologist Brenda Shoshanna PhD, author of The Anger Diet (30 Days to Stress Free Living) and Zen Miracles (Finding Peace in an Insane World); and Janine de Peyer, a mental health substance abuse expert.
Each program will repeat on Channel 12. A full schedule of air times for all of the programs can be found at www.KBDI.org.