Tag: Recovery

Recovery isn’t for you

Having been a moderately seasoned counselor for the last six years, I've come to realize that recovery isn't for you. Before you start drawing some conclusions, keep reading. Sitting in counsel with many patients, conducting and facilitating various therapy groups, and utilizing all the best practices and evidenced-based material, I've come to realize the strength, ...

January 6 | Week in Review

A New Year for Spiritual Growth This year is a year of Focus. This article provides some recommendations for individuals who are focused on spiritual growth, gaining wisdom and insight, and developing a more deeper and enriching relationship with God. These resources are able to be purchased through the affiliate links of Christian Books. Recommendations ...

How we love self and others reflects Christ

Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you. ~ Ephesians 4:32, ESV ~ We are actively influenced, and are influencing, those relationships around us. One of the greatest frustrations a person experiences in recovery is this: operating in the illusion we have control over, or others have control over ...

A New Year for spiritual growth

Each new year, people are seeking to make significant changes in their lives. They desire to focus on particular resolutions. Whether it is to lose weight, financial, or change in some lifestyle - people desire change and that begins with a fresh start. This is true for those who are desiring to engage in recovery, ...

Costly Recovery

There is a stark difference between costly and cheap recovery. Cheap recovery is the single most deadly enemy. An enemy of one’s effort toward a healthy and well-meaningful and purposeful life. We are fighting for costly recovery. What is cheap recovery? It is a cut rate recovery journey where there is minimal cost with supposed ...

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Seven Things Jesus Might Say to Someone Struggling with Addiction – iDisciple

We need and crave peace, especially when our world is caving in. If we listen, then we can hear our Savior speaking to us ... even during addiction. Addiction is the kind of disease that can really break a person down. It causes embarrassment, guilt, and feelings of inadequacy. People struggling with addiction often feel ...

Actions reflect our personal beliefs and values

But whoever has doubts is condemned ... For whatever does not proceed from faith is sin.  ~ Romans 14:23 ESV ~ Recovery helps us rediscovery our own personal values. These values become our reflection of what we believe. They help us live a true, authentic, and practical life. This is not only demonstrated by our ...

Nature and Power of Belief and Hope

Imagine you are walking along a very narrow path. The forest is thick and dark. As you struggle your way along the path, you notice a possible clearing up ahead. In haste, you rush along the path. The clearing becomes more and more welcoming. At last, you take your last step out of the darkness ...

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