If you were diagnosed with a disease, would you accept the idea that you must live with the diagnosis? Or would you research, educate yourself, and seek treatment, until you found a cure? Why is addiction any different? Why would you believe it is not curable?
Everyone's burdens are different. What is a "life crisis" for one person, another might call "nothing at all," and others experience more trauma, anxiety, depression, or health issues in their lives than one could ever imagine? We all have our cross to bear as they say. What separates us is the weight and size of it and how far uphill we have to haul it. These crosses often involve mental health issues of one type or another—but these issues can be healed.
And the truth is we are all addicted to something. It might not be alcohol or drugs. It could be sex, gambling, pornography, playing video games, working, exercising, eating, shopping, hoarding, cleaning, even pain? The list goes on Infinitum.
This book answers these questions:
- Is there a cure for addiction?
- Is there a cure for depression and anxiety?
- Does God exist and answer prayers?
- What does it take to have a spiritual awakening?