Am I an Addict?
Am I an addict or is my loved one an addict?
Am I an addict is a common question heard quite often. These questions come from husbands, wives, parents and children concerned about someone special in their life.
Being within the grips of addiction is difficult, and even more difficult when the presence of denial exists. The damage it is causing can easily be seen by surrounding others but is conveniently hidden from the afflicted one. My simple answer to the above question is; if whatever you are doing is causing problems in any area of your life, a closer look is strongly suggested.
We provide addiction facts and supportive, authentic Christian addiction treatment to not only treat substance and behavioral abuse patterns, but to address and overcome the mindset, history and habits that began this destructive spiral. There are specific reasons why people use and abuse drugs & alcohol and those reasons must be uncovered and properly processed if change is expected. Am I an addict is real.
Addiction tears us from the things we love and enjoy, clouds our purpose in life, summons hate, shame and degradation, and leads us away from God. Addiction may be a compulsion that rules your life, brings you to the same substance or activity again and again, and you may find it to be your only escape. This may include drugs, alcohol, gambling, sex and other behaviors or habits. Regardless of the method, the effects are the same; leaving us powerless as we blindly lose the things we care about.
Christian addiction treatment through New Life Spirit Recovery reveals, addresses and treats—during the program and for the rest of your life—addiction in all forms. Take the first step by asking yourself; am I an addict? Learn more about each addiction below. Am I an addict for real?
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Our clinical directors are well known published authors whose materials are used throughout the country and even the world. New Life Spirit Recovery was established in 2005 and has been recognized by many credible ministries such a Focus on the Family and Calvary Chapel. Am I an addict after-all?