Doubting God through Addiction

For Christians and other people who believe in God, addiction can shake a person’s faith to their core. Addiction does not seem to belong in the same world as one a perfect God created, and our minds balk at how separate the two concepts are. It is true that addiction does not belong in the presence of God, but despite the pain and ugliness of addiction, God is very much real through out it and wants addicts to turn to him for recovery.

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The Cycle of Addiction – Unless You Stop it, It Never Ends

The cycle of addiction is a tough thing because we often don’t even realize that we’re in a cycle. When we think about addiction, we often believe that it’s just the way that things are. Many of us who haven’t directly dealt with addiction think that if you use a substance one time, you’ll become addicted to it. Others think that they won’t get addicted because addiction is a choice.

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Relationships in Recovery

One of the most common pieces of advice for addicts in early recovery is to wait before beginning new romantic relationships. It’s often said that a person should wait at least a year, but this advice is usually not accompanied by much explanation about why romance may be a bad idea in early recovery. So what are the specific benefits of having that time to oneself?

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Faith-Based Rehab Center

When people with strong religious faith struggle with addiction, they face not only the struggles society places on them but also issues related to how their addiction issues affect their faith. For these individuals, traditional addiction recovery programs that do not address this spiritual component may not be as effective as a spiritual recovery center. With a combination of traditional drug rehab and a spiritual approach to addiction recovery, a faith-based recovery center can help those struggling with addiction find relief while supporting and strengthening their faith. For many, this combination leads to a better chance of full recovery.

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