Celebrate Recovery [spacer size=”20″] Celebrate Recovery ministry is to fellowship and celebrate God´s healing power in the lives through the 8 Recovery Principles, and 12 steps. Celebrate Recovery began at Saddleback Church about 16-17 years ago, and they have been able to start the program in over 10,000 churches and over 500,000 individuals have completed…

Marijuana – Get Your Child to Quit [spacer size=”20″] Marijuana use in teens causes concern for parents. Commonly thought of as a “gateway drug,” marijuana is believed to lead to harder drug use. Parents sometimes see behavioral changes or academic performance declining when teens begin experimenting with marijuana. Once pot use is confirmed, parents wanting…

Choosing a Cocaine Rehab [spacer size=”20″] Cocaine rehab facility selection takes a little bit of homework, if you’ve come to the conclusion that it’s time to place a loved one into it’s care. Different centers have different philosophies and methods by which to help cocaine addicts. Spend time researching the facility to ensure you’re selecting…

Recoverying from Sexual Addiction [spacer size=”20″] Recovering from sexual addiction is a difficult and long term process. Similar to other addictions it is behavioral disorder characterized by compulsive sexual behavior often in increasingly self-destructive forms. Sexual addiction can range however from relatively benign sexual behavior that is deemed undesirable by the addict to thoroughly dangerous…

Sexual Addiction & Controlling Behaviors [spacer size=”20″] Sexual addiction is an intimacy disorder that causes you to think about sex obsessively and engage in risky sexual behavior. These actions and thoughts can lead to problems at work and in romantic relationships and friendships because of a constant need to fulfill sexual impulses. Through support and…

Work Characteristics of Addicts [spacer size=”20″] “Of all the addictions receiving attention today (including alcohol, drugs, gambling and food) work addiction is perhaps the least recognised and possibly the most dangerous. This is because a work addiction is a compulsion that is rewarded and reinforced by society. In particular, it’s rewarded by corporations that encourage…