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Look Out For These 5 Signs Of Gambling Addiction

Denial David Crosby - Signs Of Gambling Addiction - Addiction Hope Gambling as a leisure activity is perfectly healthy, but it can easily become a process addiction. The intense highs and lows of winning and losing are as addictive as the effects of a chemical substance on the brain. “Gambler’s fallacy,” or the belief that a win has to be coming because of a long string [...]
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Call 911: 5 Warning Signs Of Withdrawal

Call For Help Warning Signs Of Withdrawal - Addiction Hope Withdrawal is a frightening reality for recovering addicts. It can lead to chills, tremors, seizures and dozens of other adverse and potentially life-threatening effects. When your loved one has a drug or alcohol dependency, you need to recognize signs that he or she may be about to undergo withdrawal. Look Out For These Warning Signs [...]
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Look Out For These 5 Potential Triggers For Substance Abuse Relapse

5 Triggers For Substance Abuse Relapse - Addiction Hope Substance abuse habits are rarely overcome easily, and many addicts require several attempts before they successfully recover. If your friend or loved one has recently cleaned up, he or she isn’t entirely out of the woods. Substance abuse problems are rarely caused by one sole influence, and the risk of relapse may increase in the [...]
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The Benefits Of Prayer In Addiction Recovery

Benefits Of Prayer In Recovery - Addiction Hope Contributor: Ryan Moffat, B.S. in Bible and Theology from Multnomah University. Pastor of Vast Church. “Draw near to God, and He will draw near to you.” – James 4:8 The role of prayer in your recovery process is a critical tool to re-orient your whole life around the central realities of who God is. Unfortunately [...]
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Allowing God to Help in Your Addiction Recovery

Man praying for God to help in your recovery Contributed by Staff of Timberline Knolls Addictions hijack our lives. We often don’t realize the bondage we are in as a substance, a process, or a behavior ever so slowly and subtly overtakes our thoughts, emotions, actions, relationships, and time. An addiction of any kind robs us of freedom, fullness, and simply the joy of [...]
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