May 4 is the National Day of Prayer. How can you make the most of this day in addiction recovery? Some ideas on the interplay of faith and recovery here.
Benzos are responsible for a range of psychological, cognitive and emotional problems. What are the behavioral and spiritual implications of benzodiazepines? Find out here.
How can you pray for someone who is struggling with addiction? We review some suggestions here.
What can you do when you feel an inner void that no amount of money, prestige, success, or alcohol and drugs can fill? How to live a more useful, meaningful life here.
Living awake, aware and God conscious is a sure path to spiritual awakening and sober recovery. In this article, danny j schwarzhoff, author of “Real Meditation for Real Alcoholics,” presents the case for meditation in recovery and points toward answering the question of why and how to establish and improve conscious contact with God.
Insanity can follow us into addiction recovery. How can you start to reverse thins kind of thinking. Five (5) practical keys to changing your life here.
Letting go and letting God is the hardest thing you will ever be required to do. More on surrender in addiction recovery here.
Putting God first will heal your spirit. More on the spiritual causes of addiction here.
Here, we outline specific strategies of how to magnify God in the process of spiritual addiction recovery and treatment. We welcome your questions and comments at the end.
It seems that prevailing attitudes towards addicts are still fairly personal and judgmental. Results from a Lung Cancer Stigma Survey published in November 2008 indicate that fifty-nine (59) percent of the general population surveyed said they agreed that lung cancer patients are at least partly to blame for their diagnosis. What stigmas do you carry with you?