Addiction can be a tough cycle to break. It robs you of control of your life, destroying your mental and physical health, relationships, and career.
If you or someone you know has made the decision to stay sober – congratulations! You have taken the first step towards making a better
Sobriety isn’t something that just happens one day and you’re automatically free of addiction. People are referred to as “recovering addicts” because it’s known that
“I’m tired,” “This [addiction recovery] is so hard,” or “I give up.” As a person struggling with alcohol or drug addiction, have you ever said
Anxiety Relief for Those in Addiction Psalm 46:10 says, “Be still and know that I am God.” But if you are a person recovering from
It doesn’t matter how good the program is, if the addict refuses to participate, or plan on using when they get out, the program will not be successful. But the program isn’t necessarily flawed or inadequate. Often times, it is simply that the addict is unwilling, or unable to work the program. In this blog, I’d like to try and address what drives an addict to use.