Join Ben and Elizabeth as they have a conversation with author Seth Haines about his most recent book “The Book of Waking Up”. Listen as Ben, Elizabeth and Seth moves from the problem, to the pain to waking to the divine love. It is an insightful conversation dealing with the reality that we are all have dependency issues, turning to something for comfort in times of pain. We need new order, a new order that only the divine love can offer. Enjoy this episode! Coming Clean by Seth HainesThe Book of Waking Up by Seth Haines
Episode 295 * A Journey Through Pain w/ Seth Haines
Pirate Monk Podcast
How do we deal with the inevitable pain that comes into our life? Nate gives an update on recent struggles with Allie's health before having a discussion with Seth Haines, who shares his own season of severe anxiety related to the health of his infant son, the even deeper pain of a seemingly absent God, and his subsequent slide into alcoholism in an attempt to numb the pain. The music on this podcast is contributed by members of the Samson Society. For more information on this ministry, please visit samsonsociety.com.
13: Understanding Addiction & How to Heal: Seth Haines
The Lovely Life
In Episode 13, Trina talks to Seth Haines about his personal story of battling addiction, finding purpose through his pain, and how he reordered his life. Seth details the aches of addiction, beauty in healing, and redemption of recovery. If you, yourself, or a loved one has battled addiction--this episode is a must-listen. Trina and Seth discuss what addiction really is, why pain cannot be ignored, coping mechanisms and attachments, how to support a loved one who is dependant on substances, why we need to examine our own hearts, and healthy ways to reorder our lives. Show Notes Seth's Website
ADDICTION SERIES PART ONE Seth Haines looked like he had it all together. As a lawyer and a writer, no one would have suspected that he had a problem. Sure he drank pretty regularly, but who doesn’t? It didn’t seem to be affecting his home life or his career. He’d never gotten a DUI, never been abusive, never seen alcohol hurt his work. On the outside, it looked like Seth had it all under control, but on the inside he knew he had a problem. Drinking had become his escape from the world, and before he knew it he couldn’t get by without that escape. To kick off our addiction series, Seth shares some of his story with Davey about how he realized he had a problem and what he’s learned about himself and God in coming clean. Visit Seth's Website Buy Seth's Book: The Book of Waking Up Visit Faithful Counseling This podcast is sponsored by Faithful Counseling.
Seth Haines — If You Have a Pulse You Have a Problem
Pastor Writer: Conversations on Reading, Writing, and the Christian Life
Seth’s first book Coming Clean: A Story of Faith received a Christianity Today Award of Merit in the publication’s 2016 book awards. Seth’s poetry and prose have been featured in various publications, including In Touch Magazine, Fathom Magazine, and on his personal website at SethHaines.com. He makes his home in the Ozarks with his wife, and their four sons.Seth joined me to talk about his recently released work, The Book of Waking Up: Experiencing the Divine Love That Reorders a Life.
What if finding true sobriety is so much more than ditching our substances? In this powerful interview, my friend and brilliant author Seth Haines shares the heart wrenching story behind how he became an alcoholic after receiving his young son's terminal diagnosis, how he ultimately won his battle against addiction, and how he found true wholeness. Seth also shares the heart behind his newest book Waking Up and how can we truly wake up physically, emotionally, and spiritually to so much more. In this episode we discuss: 1. The role of pleasure and self-control in our lives, and how they point us to sobriety. 2. The science behind addiction and how it can help us change addictive patterns. 3. Why our smallest vices are still costing us big. Favorite quotes: 1. The opposite of drunkenness is not just not drinking. The opposite of drunkness, true sobriety, is being awake to the divine love of God and the world around you. 2. I was using a substance to numb the pain. I won’t only say a substance. Social media was something I used, books, binge-watching Netflix. All of these things became addictions. 3. We have the choice and the chance to wake up. We have the choice and the chance to say, I believe we can wake up. I believe we can wake up from despair. I believe we can wake up from the pain. I believe we can wake up to something beautiful. 4. God didn’t just give us pleasure for the fun of it, it's an invitation to do something. 5. Do the work to wake up! Do the next right thing. In this episode I answer these questions: 1. What is your policy on chores in your house with all those boys? (34:18) 2. Why am I afraid to pray out loud? I live in fear of people asking me to pray. (39:1) 3. How can I improve my Instagram engagement? (41:58) Links to great things we discussed: 1. Seth Haines 2. The Book Of Waking Up 3. The Oh Hellos- Eurus 4. Typhoon- Offerings 5. The Two Popes 6. 1917 7. Atomic Habits 8. Fijifilm X100V Digital Camera Hope you loved this episode! Be sure to subscribe in iTunes and slap some stars on a review! :) xo, Alli www.alliworthington.com/podcast/sethhaines
96 - Waking Up, How We Numb Our Pain, & Embodying Our Faith (feat. Seth Haines)
CXMH: On Faith & Mental Health
Seth Haines is back! In our continuation of last week’s conversation we talk about things like waking up to our coping mechanisms and living an embodied faith. In the intro, Robert & Holly talk about Lent and what foods they could both eat forever (spoiler: they’re both candy).
Where does your mind go when you are alone in silence? What are your "go-to" distractions to cover up pain? Seth Haines is a phenomenal writer and a dear friend of Gabe and Rebekah. This week’s episode led us into an important conversation centered around breaking down numbing barriers and how to begin discovering the root(s) of our pain. We know that it is in these places that we are able to live abundantly and experience true freedom.To order The Book of Waking Up: Experiencing the Divine Love that Reorders a Life, click HERE.To order Coming Clean: A Story of Faith, click HERE. To read Seth Haines' daily blog, click HERE. Take Rebekah's quiz, and discover your healthiest rhythm by clicking HERE.To grab a copy of Rhythms of Renewal, click HERE.A special thank you to both of our sponsors for today's episode! Start your day with Abide’s daily meditation. Based on Biblical scripture, these audio meditations will center you and draw you closer to Christ. For a limited time, our listeners will get 25% off a premium subscription, when you visit Abide.co/life.Samaritan Ministries is a health care sharing ministry with over a quarter of a million Christians that care for one another’s medical needs all without the use of insurance. Discover the joy of health care together at SamaritanMinistries.org/rflpodcast.
Writer and photographer Seth Haines is the author of Coming Clean and The Book of Waking Up. In this episode, Jonathan and Seth discuss the slow process of waking up in the "key of joy," the instructive power of pain, and the under-publicized companionship between creativity and sobriety.Support the show: https://therabbitroom.givingfuel.com/memberSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.