Tonight’s guests:

Winston Bennett 8-9 PM

website: http://www.winstonbennett.net

Book: Fight For Your Life

Winston has spent the majority of his life dealing with sex addiction. It was only after a will to fight did he start to gain some victory over the thing that had held him hostage for most of his life. Fight for your family, Fight for your career, Fight for your spiritual heritage, Fight.  Winston is currently the head men’s basketball coach at Mid-Continent University.  He was also the assistant for future Hall of Famer Rick Pitino while at the University of Kentucky

Planned topics (time permitting):

  • 1. So how does one know if they are a sex addict?
  • 2. If you are a sex addict how do you overcome it?
  • 3. What are the warning signs of a sex addict?
  • 4. How do I tell my spouse I am addicted to sex?
  • 5. How many women have you slept with?
  • 6. Why did you feel the need to sleep with countless women?
  • 7. How do I get help if I am sinking in the addiction?
  • 8. Is there a cure for sex addiction?
  • 9. How do I teach my kids healthy life choices?
  • 10. Can I live a normal life and be a sex addict?
  • 11. How did the addiction start for you?
  • 12. What’s been your spouse’s reaction to being a sex addict?
  • 13. What price have you paid by being addicted to sex?
  • 14. Were you involved in protected or unprotected sex?


Dr. Paul Schmidt 8-9 PM

website: www.MyNewLife.com

Dr. Paul Schmidt is a psychologist, book author and life coach in full-time private practice.  Educated at Vanderbilt and the University of Colorado, and trained personally by Dr. Patrick Carnes, he is an internationally certified sex addiction therapist, teaching the 30 tasks of recovery from sexual addiction.

Planned topics (time permitting):

  • 1. If the primary sex organ is the brain, how do people ever reprogram their brains?
  • 2. What are the thirty tasks of recovery used by the Gentle Path program Dr. Carnes oversees?  How do they compare to the 12 steps?
  • 3. How does somebody in recovery know when they don’t have to go to meetings anymore?
  • 4. Does recovery work better with 12-step meetings or with counseling?  and how much good can church do?  or self-help books like Fight for your Life? Does research say what helps the most?
  • 5. How do people get turned on to things they would never want to get turned on by, like shoes or stockings?
  • 6. Why are early and initial sexual experiences so powerful in shaping future arousal patterns?
  • 7. Why are some people sexually attracted to people they naturally fear and hate, such as their abusers, or people who remind them of their abusers?

Related links:

Sex Addicts Anonymous

Through long and painful experience, we came to realize that we were powerless over our sexual thoughts and behaviors and that our preoccupation with sex was causing progressively severe adverse consequences for us, our families, and our friends. Despite many failed promises to ourselves and attempts to change, we discovered that we were unable to stop acting out sexually by ourselves.

The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop addictive sexual behavior. There are no fees or dues.

Sex Addiction (wikipedia)


Shawn David Jackson 9-10PM

website: www.BuyTheGuide.com (Mention this as place to get info about book)

Book: Dating Survival Guide

Shawn David Jackson received a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley. He received a Master’s Degree from Golden Gate University in San Francisco, California. Shawn has performed as a Life Coach and mentor to adults and youth since the early 80′s. In answer to the needs of his audience, Shawn has written and published a dating survival guide.

Planned topics (time permitting):

  • 1) What motivated you to write a dating survival guide?
  • 2) What do you hope this book will do?
  • 3) What are three of the most obvious tips you give that people often violate?
  • 4) What is one of the most dangerous misconceptions?
  • 5) Why do people violate proper caution while dating?
  • 6) What are a few things one should find out early in a dating relationship?
  • 7) What are some tips on getting to know the person you are dating?
  • 8) How do you feel about pre-marital sex?
  • 9) What are some signs to know that you should dump your date?
  • 10) What are two things you would recommend to people who think they are in love and have decided to get married?
  • 11) How can people get more information about your book?
  • 12) Can people contact you directly for advice?
Della Wilbers 9-10 PM

website: www.newpathlifecoaching.com

Della Wilbers was born in Louisville, Kentucky and currently resides here. She is a certified life coach and has been practicing in Louisville since 2007. Her clientele includes a demographic of males and females ranging from 17 to 60 years of age. She specializes in one-on-one coaching because she’s found it to be most effective.

  • • What is the best question to ask yourself before you begin dating?
  • • Why is romantic attraction unsustainable?
  • • What is the most valuable tool you can rely on while dating?
  • • What is the most effective way to enter into a relationship?
  • • When do you know this might not be the right relationship for you?
  • • What important question should you ask yourself before committing to marriage?

Related links:

Comparison of online dating websites (Wikipedia)

Dating (Wikipedia article)

Dating Boot Camp (About.com)

Dating Tips and Relationship Advice (about.com)

Listen to your gut before you get married (about.com)

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