She has made the transition over the years from the Internet to television and had guest roles on shows such as Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Criminal Minds, and Vampire Diaries.
Join me, Chris "The Dace Man" Dace, over the course of the next few weeks as we crown the 2014 Internet Goddess.
This time around we take a look at Round One of the tournament and highlight the contestants!
When she learned that very little information had been published for spouses of sex addicts, she used her academic experience to begin researching various aspects of this problem and wrote her first book in this field, Back From Betrayal: Recovering From his Affairs.
It was originally published in 1988 by Hazelden, a well-known addiction publisher. Schneider has continued her research in sex addiction topics, typically through the use of anonymous surveys that resulted in first-person accounts of how various people experienced and recovered from problems of compulsive sexual behavior. Schneider wrote a research-based book for couples, Sex, Lies, & Forgiveness: Couples Speak on Healing From Sex Addiction.
She was one of the first broadcasters to hit the airwaves on and for that we welcome Justine to the 2014 Internet Goddess Tournament!
• A Gentle Path Through the 12 Steps, Patrick Carnes• Contrary to Love, Patrick Carnes • Cruise Control, Rob Weiss • Disclosing Secrets, Deborah Corley & Jennifer Schneider • Don't Call it Love, Patrick Carnes • Facing the Shadow, Patrick Carnes • In the Shadows of the Net, Patrick Carnes, David Delmonico & Elizabeth Griffin • Mending a Shattered Heart - A Guide for Partners of Sex Addicts, Stephanie Carnes, Ed.• Open Hearts - Renewing Relationships with Recovery, Romance & Reality, Patrick Carnes • Out of the Shadows, Patrick Carnes • Ready to Heal - Women Facing Love, Sex & Relationship Issues, Kelly Mc Daniel • Sex Addicts Anonymous • Sexual Anorexia, Patrick Carnes • The Betrayal Bond, Patrick Carnes • The Clinical Management of Sex Addiction, Patrick Carnes & Kenneth Adams, Eds.• Untangling the Web: Sex, Porn and Fantasy Obsession, Robert Weiss & Jennifer Schneider • When He's Married to Mom, Kenneth Adams • Women, Sex and Addiction, Charlotte Kasl • 6 Principles for Achieving Personal Balance, James B Lewis• Silently Seduced, Kenneth Adams•Love Sick: One Woman's Journey Through Sexual Addiction by Sue William Silverman• Addiction Interaction Disorder, Patrick Carnes – CD• Eroticized Rage, Patrick Carnes - CD• Facing the Shadow: A Workshop in Sexual Addiction Recovery, Patrick Carnes - CD• Multiple Addictions: A Workshop in Multiple Addictions Recovery, Patrick Carnes - CD• Towards a New Freedom, Patrick Carnes – CDRecovery Start Kit, developed by Patrick Carnes, Ph. This tool encompasses everything you need for your first.130 days of recovery.
She also wrote a book, Living With Chronic Pain, that defuses the myths and mysteries surrounding the use of narcotics in pain treatment.
She also lectures to physicians, pharmacists, and nurses on this subject, and serves as a legal consultant and expert witness in this area. Schneider’s interest in helping couples to improve their relationships led to her 2013 research-based reference book, co-authored with therapist Ron Corn, called Understand Yourself, Understand Your Partner: The Essential Enneagram Guide to a Better Relationship.
Justine took to the airwaves in a nonprofit stream that followed her everyday life known as i Justine.
Since then she has had five You Tube channels with more than 2,500 videos.
Her book The Wounded Healer: Addiction-Oriented Approach to the Sexually Exploitative Professional, written with the late Richard Irons, M. Irons’ assessment and treatment of numerous physicians and clergymen who had allegations of sexual misconduct with patients and parishioners. The results led to the book Disclosing Secrets: What, How Much, and When to Reveal Addiction Secret. Corley and Schneider updated the material and wrote two books, Disclosing Secrets: An Addict’s Guide to Whom, When, and How Much to Reveal and Surviving Disclosure: A Partner’s Guide for Healing the Betrayal of Intimate Trust. Schneider began receiving referrals from other physicians of patients who were seeking treatment for their chronic pain, and who had found that narcotics (opioids) worked best for them.