Daily Inspiration

Any time we allow someone or something to determine how we behave, we are being a victim. When we choose to be reactive rather than proactive, we are being a victim. Today, be aware that it is your own intention regarding a situation that determines how you act rather than the person or situation itself.

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Substance Abuse, Substance Addiction

AddictionRecovery from alcohol abuse, drug addiction, nicotine addiction, and food addiction through the spiritual process of Inner Bonding. Heal the anxiety, depression, aloneness and emptiness that underlies substance abuse.

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17 ARTICLE(S)
Article Author
Loving Actions With Substance Addictions Dr. Margaret Paul
Alcoholism: Are You Driving Yourself To Drink? Dr. Margaret Paul
Addiction: The Underlying Feelings We Want to Avoid Dr. Margaret Paul
Letting Go Of A Sugar Addiction Dr. Margaret Paul
Overweight and Miserable Dr. Margaret Paul
7 Step Guide to Creating a Life of Substance Abuse Dr. Margaret Paul
Eating for Comfort Shelley Riutta, MSE, LPC
Alcoholism: Why Can't I Stop Drinking? Dr. Margaret Paul
Alcohol and Honesty Dr. Margaret Paul
Alcohol, Control and Loneliness Dr. Margaret Paul
Alcoholism and Healing Dr. Margaret Paul
Chocolate and Fathering Carie King
Chocolate! Carie King
Dealing with Addiction in the Family Dr. Margaret Paul
Healing Food Addiction Dr. Margaret Paul
It's Not About the Cookie! Julie Sponsler, M.A., MFT
The Challenge of Stopping Smoking Dr. Margaret Paul
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