Getting help doesn’t mean you’re weak, it means you’re smart. It also means freedom for you and your loved ones who suffer as much as you do because they see your pain. The only difference is, you still deny it.
Do you booze it until you lose it, yet it’s worse than it began? Please understand that the substances used to fight addiction are not the problem. The problem is you’re using addictive substances to avoid healing from your pain.
Avoid Managing Pain Like David, Solomon & Absalom This is my latest article for Law Enforcement Today I’ve been so blessed that they have featured these articles in a Faith & Family section. This article really applies to everyone dealing with pain from an unresolved past. Which are you most like? David Solomon Absalom CLICK […]
It’s been 500 years since the Protestant Reformation, first marked by Martin Luther when he posted 95 theses on the Castle Church…
Shocked How many of you were as shocked as I was by Lysa TerKeurst’s blog post last week? I can raise my hand high in response. I was more than shocked. But not because Lysa announced she was divorcing her husband of almost twenty-five years because of repeated infidelity and substance abuse. But because her […]
The Wake of Loss The path or course of anything that has passed or preceded is known as its wake. When I thought about it I realized the ending of most things in life leaves some type of wake, a disturbance of sorts to its surroundings. The disturbance is not always bad though because what […]