Dr. George Baxter-Holder

Drugs, Food, Sex and God

An addicted drug dealer goes from convict to doctor through the power of intention

Drugs, Food, Sex and God

From a life of drug dealing to life as a doctor, from addiction to sex and drugs to healing and abundance, from days confined in the darkness of a prison cell to days spent helping empower others, Dr. George Baxter-Holder takes us on a profoundly personal and inspirational journey. Through his own experiences he shows what it means to live a life that is truly free and guided by intention. No matter how far you feel your life has spiralled out of control, be the problem money, drugs, food, sex, or co-dependency, you can put a stop to your freefall and begin the very intentional climb up to a life of freedom, love, and unspeakable joy. In this self-help memoir, Dr. George lays out the application of his Nine Steps and the power of intention that took him from addicted and convicted drug dealer to doctor, and shows others how they too can reclaim their lives.

 

 


Publication Date: February 1, 2015 (Hit U.S. Amazon’s #1 Hot New Read in Gay & Lesbian Biographies & Memoirs)
238 pp. 5.5 x 8.5

About the Author

Dr-GeorgeDr. George Baxter-Holder spent his childhood on Long Island, New York, and Vashon Island, Washington. He holds a Doctor of Nursing Practice from Duke University and a Masters in Nursing from the University of Washington. He started his own medical practice, which focuses on wellness and beauty and sold it to the company he works for now. During his very colourful life, Dr. George has battled drug and sex addiction, criminal convictions for drug dealing, obesity, the IRS, and a Mexican drug cartel. He has been in recovery from drug addiction for many years since serving time on a three-year sentence for drug possession. Today, he and his husband Travis live profoundly spiritual and intentional lives. Their only children are a tabby cat named Abigale and two beautiful Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, The Dollie Mama and Minnie Pearl.

Learn more about George by visiting his website and by following him on Twitter @DrugsFoodSexGod and Facebook.

Praise for ‘Drugs, Food, Sex and God’

“It takes a brave man to slay dragons! But it takes a stronger man to defeat his own demons lurking within. Dr. George is both a demon and dragon slayer of the bravest kind.”
Wesley Eure, Author, Actor, and Producer

“Though not all of us have experienced the same traumatic highs and lows chronicled in this book, all of us can relate to Dr. George’s story. His story is about finding courage—about letting go of the past, taking charge of the present, and being the architect of one’s own future.”
Justice Bobbe Bridge, retired, Founding President/CEO of the Centre for Children & Youth Justice

“This story is bold, raw, honest, and inspiring. Dr. George has traversed the depths of the human experience, walked through the dark night of the soul, and come out the other side proving that the Spirit is ever victorious. This is a must-read!”
Reverend Mark Anthony Lord, Creator of Pride 2.0, Author of The Seven Living Words and Thou Shall Not Suffer

“Through stories and deep, personal sharing, Dr. George connects us to the struggles each of us may have with self-limiting beliefs, and provides us a way through and a way out. Hearing the stories of others inspires us and informs our own path out of despair and into the life we really want. I love how Dr. George makes this everyone’s story through his bravery and personal commitment to find his way.”
Barrie Cohen, Curator, TEDxSeattle

Media

The Highline Times (article)

Fox News Radio with Alan Colmes (interview)