There comes a moment in time when we realize we are not in control of our next breath, and that change can happen without our permission, knowledge, wants, or desires. It’s at that very moment when we can choose to face GOD head on to at least have a talk to hear what HE has to say. This ‘moment’ can happen from an overdose, the … Continue reading The Moment When Everything Changes
Addiction is a spiritual problem that demands a spiritual solution! Each support ‘meeting’ you attend only serves as a bandage for your emotional wounds. A bandage is temporary. This is the reason why the 12 steps groups do NOT work for the majority of people who attend. A bandage doesn’t heal; it just covers up the wound. The wound needs to heal from the inside … Continue reading Are Your Support Meetings Just a Bandage to Cover Your Open Wounds?
April 5, 2023 For over two years, concerned citizens around the world have been voicing their concerns about the safety of the novel Covid-19 mRNA vaccines. Yet, time and time again, they have been dismissed and labelled as conspiracy theorists by the mainstream media and medical establishment. However, recent developments have proven that these so-called conspiracy theories were, in fact, true all along. Because confidential … Continue reading Vaccine Shedding & Graphene Oxide: Secret Pfizer Documents & Studies prove Graphene is in the COVID Vaccines & Shedding is sadly occurring with Deadly Consequences
The U.S. has named a veterinary tranquilizer as an “emerging threat” when it’s mixed with the powerful opioid fentanyl, clearing the way for more efforts to stop the spread of xylazine. The Office of National Drug Control Policy announced the designation Wednesday, the first time the office has used it since the category for fast-growing drug dangers was created in 2019. Dr. Rahul Gupta, director … Continue reading US Names Veterinary Drug, Fentanyl Mixture, an ‘Emerging Threat’
The devil holds the ultimate tool to take you down and dead thru addictions; however, God has all the tools we need to be set FREE for a lifetime, without ever using or craving again! IT IS YOUR CHOICE! In addition to the commonly known street drugs and alcohol (alcohol is considered a drug), addiction comes in the form of those psychiatric drugs your doctor … Continue reading Addiction is a very Real Fight for your Soul
The Secret of Success in Addiction Recovery, is based upon who you appoint as your accountability partner. Sounds like an Accountability Partner has big shoes to fill, right? Well, let’s find out. Read on! The person you answer to is the driving force that determines your adherence to successfully completing your recovery. Accountability partners can NOT be someone trying to hold on to their sobriety … Continue reading Why is Accountability the One & Only Secret Ingredient to a Complete Addiction Recovery?
What’s stopping you from finally getting past your on and off addiction? We’ve got that all of the above obstacles covered for you. Our Bible based Recovery Program is done from home and is designed for success and affordability. Everyone can afford us! Do you feel that you can never get past the hurt? The addiction that has haunted you is a by-product of despair … Continue reading What’s stopping you from a Successful and Enjoyable Addiction Recovery?
If you’re looking for an online Christian addiction support group that is healing, motivational, and uplifting, you’ve just found it! Continue reading Announcement!
The way you define addiction will absolutely determine your outcome of total healing for a lifetime, or ongoing disability that will end in death. So, ask yourself if you want your addiction to be as dust in the wind, or, do you want to hold on to it until it kills you? Should you really be satisfied with making it through today without using, or, … Continue reading The Disease “Theory” of Addiction, or A Consequence of Despair?
The word addiction has two basic meanings. The first definition, and the one most of us are familiar with, is “to cause to become physiologically or psychologically dependent on a habit-forming substance.” Those who are addicted or “given to much wine” (Titus 1:7; 2:3), “drunkards” (1 Timothy 3:3) or “heavy drinkers” (1 Timothy 3:8) are disqualified from teaching or holding a position of authority in the church. It’s … Continue reading How should a Christian view addiction?
Have you lost your peace? The answer to finding peace will astound youand you won’t find them in the most places. What are some of the things facing us since the beginning of the pandemic when everything changed? Some things are not new, but are greatly magnified and more prevalent today. While there are many more, here are some . . . PANDEMICS!VIOLENCE!WARS & RUMORS … Continue reading IN THE INSANITY OF WORLD EVENTS, HOW TO HAVE EVERLASTING PEACE & HOPE
If you’re doing drugs, or you know someone who is doing drugs, PLEASE watch this. It could be lifesaving. Continue reading Benzo Dope and Tranq: The Next Wave of the Overdose Crisis
Many complain that our culture is too beholden to biological psychiatry and genetic reductionism. Much of the discussion on addiction forms part of this cultural background. Thus we inherit, or even construct, different ways of thinking about ourselves, about health and disease, about weal and woe. But not every popular assumption is sober truth. The concern of many Christians, myself included, is the tendency to … Continue reading Addiction and Sin: Recovery and Redemption
This feature article on neuroscientist Marc Lewis and his new book discusses his theory that callenges the modern-day concensus on drug dependence as a brain disease, arguing that in “in reality it is a complex cultural, social, psychological and biological phenomenon” as NDARC Professor Alison Ritter describes. For a long time, Marc Lewis felt a body blow of shame whenever he remembered that night. “We thought … Continue reading Why addiction isn’t a disease but instead the result of ‘deep learning’
The CDC reported that an estimated 100,306 Americans died from drug overdoses during the period of April 2020 to April 2021, a 28.5% increase from the previous year. Deaths in some states rose even more sharply. . Vermont saw an almost-70% increase, and drug overdose deaths in West Virginia increased by 62%. Many states, including Alabama, California, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Washington, had a 45%-50% rise … Continue reading U.S. Overdose Deaths Hit an All-Time High
A BRIEF OVERVIEW! Since 2008, after Jesus Christ miraculously brought me back from death to life after a massive opioid overdose, I have devoted my life to leading people down the Holy Road that leads to the forever end to addiction. This method is for those who choose to live a Biblical life and receive Salvation through God’s Son, Jesus Christ. All services are FREE … Continue reading Why I Write This Blog
The European (EEA and non-EEA countries) database of suspected drug reaction reports is EudraVigilance, verified by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), and they are now reporting 43,898 fatalities, and 4,190,493 injuries following injections of five experimental COVID-19 shots: COVID-19 MRNA VACCINE MODERNA (CX-024414) COVID-19 MRNA VACCINE PFIZER-BIONTECH COVID-19 VACCINE ASTRAZENECA (CHADOX1 NCOV-19) COVID-19 VACCINE JANSSEN (AD26.COV2.S) COVID-19 VACCINE NOVAVAX (NVX-COV2373) From the total of injuries recorded, … Continue reading 43,898 Dead 4,190,493 Injured Following COVID-19 Vaccines in European Database of Adverse Reactions
“Pfizer knew within 90 days of release of their vaccine, there was 1223 deaths reported to Pfizer by doctors and hospitals that thought the vaccine did it, and Pfizer sat on these deaths, didn’t tell anybody, didn’t pull the product off the market. Now there’s extraordinary public viewing of this. Many are calling for Pfizer to just pull the product off the market. It’s unacceptable!”……. Continue reading “It’s Unacceptable!” – Dr. McCullough Calls on the Court of Public Opinion to Take the Shots Off the Market
Xanax® and Percocet® are both brand names of prescription drugs. Both can help treat certain medical conditions when used as directed by a doctor, but they have a POWERFUL potential to be misused and abused. They work in the brain in different ways: Xanax®, or alprazolam, is a prescription depressant that helps produce a calming effect. Many people experience anxiety disorders and have difficulty sleeping, and prescription … Continue reading Xanax & Percocet – Both Extremely Deadly Drugs
Every day we make choices that affect our health. People take drugs for a lot of different reasons, like to deal with life’s challenges, to escape from reality, to relieve pain, or to try to fit in—just to name a few. Some people can be aware of the negative effects of drugs on their health and in their life and still struggle to stop using … Continue reading Why do people take drugs when they know they’re bad?
Youth Summit on Opioid Awareness DEA 360 and the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation presents What Every Family Needs to Know about Opioids, a community-based summit that will examine the opioid epidemic from a local perspective and focus on how this crisis impacts our schools, families, law enforcement and healthcare systems. Our expert panel will answer your questions about how opioids affect the human brain, signs of addiction and … Continue reading Youth Summit on Opioid Awareness
LOOKING FOR RED RIBBON VIRTUAL ACTIVITIES? WE GOT YOU COVERED! Plan a Red Ribbon “CruiseBy”Looking for a fun activity to plan while practicing social distancing? Plan a Red Ribbon Caravan! Contact your local fire or police department and ask them to join your car caravan in honor of Red Ribbon Week. Have each participant decorate his or her car featuring the Red Ribbon Theme and … Continue reading VIRTUAL WAYS TO CELEBRATE RED RIBBON WEEK
National Recovery Month – now in its 31st year – During the month of September, we especially recognize the millions of Americans in treatment for substance misuse, as well as recovery service providers. It also encourages those struggling with substance misuse to seek professional help. Let us never forget to remember those who lost their lives to addiction. Continue reading September is National Recovery Month
It’s been twenty years since Viagra first hit the U.S. market, and in that time erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs have grown into a nearly $3 billion a year market. Incidentally, in the last fifteen years there has also been a 65% surge in the use of antidepressants, and today over 40 million Americans regularly take them, with some 25 million people having been on them for a period longer than … Continue reading Antidepressants: The Purple Elephant in the Bedroom that No One is Talking About or Even Wanting to Notice
Communication with a loved one or friend who is in an active addiction is very challenging, to say the least; however, there IS a way to get through to him or her. Whether you are a parent, a child, a friend, a household member, or co-worker of a person actively using, you may want to read this and do it. Addiction is NOT a … Continue reading How to Communicate with an Addicted Loved One or a Loved One in Recovery. This Makes ALL the Difference!
Normally, I would never post a video like this due to it’s graphic nature; however, it tells the story, so forgive me please. If this brings awareness or shock to get help, it’s worth it. I feel that you need to see this because it is the literal face of addiction. Shock has value. Please get help today if you are in bondage to drugs … Continue reading Drug Addiction Documentary! Language & Video Feed NOT Suitable for Children, Extremely Graphic, but you need to watch it.
The recent explosion of iPhones, Androids, and other smartphones has provided people with the ability to access the entirety of the Internet on-the-go and at any given moment. 90% of adults in America own a cell phone,1 and while this may not be a problem for many people, some individuals develop an addiction to their mobile devices. 90% of American adults own a cell phone.1 Cell … Continue reading Is Cell Phone Addiction A Real Addiction?
Mitragyna Speciosa, also known as Kratom, is a large tree in the Rubiaceae family native to Southeast Asia. It is said that Kratom affects the human brain similarly to an opiate, although there is no conclusive clinical data proving how the alkaloids work in relation to the human brain. But that certainly hasn’t stopped people from abusing this forest drug…especially among those who are trying to … Continue reading Are You Jumping from the Fire Of Opioids into the Frying Pan of Kratom? BEWARE!
Is it possible to overdose on weed? The answer is yes. Despite being considered legal for both recreational and medical use in many U.S. states and other countries, weed is a potentially addictive product that can still have devastating effects if not consumed in moderation. Marijuana overdose is largely a product of poor self-regulation and control. Thus, it is important for those who can access … Continue reading DUE TO THC IN MARIJUANA, LEARN ABOUT WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF AN OVERDOSE. YES, PEOPLE ARE OVERDOSING MORE & MORE FROM MARIJUANA
By HORVATH, PH.D., ABPP, KAUSHIK MISRA, PH.D., AMY K. EPNER, PH.D., AND GALEN MORGAN COOPER, PH.D. There’s no question. Addiction wreaks havoc on the brain. Addiction causes significant chemical, structural, and molecular changes that quite literally hijack the brain. However, treatment can reverse or counteract these effects. Moreover, as the recovery process proceeds, the brain continues to heal. It is true that many changes occur in … Continue reading The Good News: The Brain Also Helps To Reverse Addiction
Sugar is delicious, and Americans are eating a LOT of it. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the average American consumes about 130 pounds of sugar a year. But sugar, especially in excessive amounts, does more harm than good to your health in many ways, ranging from adding wrinkles to your face to diabetes. So, how do you know if you’re eating too much sugar? … Continue reading 10 Things That Happen to Your Body When You Eat Too Much Sugar–It’s Very Similar to Cocaine Addiction
Frequency of these relapse dreams decreases as the body and brain adapt to abstinence Vivid dreams involving drinking and drug use are common among individuals in recovery. A study finds these relapse dreams are more common in those with more severe clinical histories of alcohol and other drug problems. Vivid dreams involving drinking and drug use are common among individuals in recovery. A study from … Continue reading Drinking and Drug-Use Dreams in Recovery Tied to More Severe Addiction History
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