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Have you been trying to figure out if you should divorce your spouse addicted to drugs, sex, pornography, alcohol, or gambling? Read the best and worst reasons to stay married to an addict from Leah Grey. Marriage Help, Saving A Marriage, Families Of Addicts, Women's Mental Health, Quitting Alcohol, Getting Sober, Gambling Addiction, Christian Marriage

When is the Right Time to Leave an Addict? (Part Two)

Have you been trying to figure out if you should divorce your spouse addicted to drugs, sex, pornography, alcohol, or gambling? Read the best and worst reasons to stay married to an addict from Leah Grey.

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Practical Ways to Pray for Peace When You Have Anxiety

For the month of August, we’re going to be talking about anxiety and how to combat it God’s way. I’ll be grouping anxiety disorders in with “non-disorder” anxiety for the purposes of this article, even though I realize they’re very different but because spiritually-speaking, the treatment is the same. To prepare for the month ahead, I want to start by laying down a very basic understanding of anxiety.

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The Neuroscience of Addiction and Recovery - The Best Brain Possible

Addiction is the result of brain changes that happen over time and repetition via a process called neuroplasticity. Neuroplasticity is key to recovery.

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How to Trust Your Spouse in Addiction Recovery

Living with a loved one in recovery is an entirely different thing than life in active addiction. Each season needs its own specific course of action and entirely different approach.When our loved ones are in active addiction everything from finances to their whereabouts is in question; "Who are they with? What are they doing? Why are they late? Who are they on the phone with? Why did they take their phone in the bathroom?"

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Keep Still and Let God

Picture yourself standing on the edge of a cliff of a tall mountain. It's dark outside and the earth is quiet. You hear only a few crickets and the wind as it gently whistles through the trees. There is no one around, it's only you and God... What would you do? You would be still.

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How Someone Else Drinking Alcohol Can Damage Your Brain - The Best Brain Possible

You don't have to be the one who drinks for alcohol to damage your brain. Being in the life of someone with a drinking problem causes toxic stress.

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25 Signs You're Experiencing Emotional, Financial, or Spiritual Abuse

Emotional abuse isn't something we can see. It would be obvious someone is hurting us if they always left bruises, but when our emotions are bruised, it can be confusing to identify abuse. It's a, "If a tree falls in the woods and there is no one around, does it make a sound?” situation. Know the signs of abuse and get your relationship healthy again (or get out, depending on what's going on!).

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Love Them Until They Can Love Themselves

Do you know someone such as your adult child, a sibling or your friend who doesn't seem to love themselves? Have you tried to help them to no avail?

Addiction is much like a beast of its own As in the Tale of Two Wolves an old Cherokee tale the best that survives is the one that we feed The most affected by addiction. Addiction Quotes, Addiction Recovery, Addiction Therapy, Addiction Help, Counseling Activities, Group Therapy Activities, Anger Management Activities, Counseling Worksheets, Grief Counseling

How Does a Parent’s Addiction Affect the Child?

Addiction can be very abusive to the child. This doesn’t always make sense to the onlooker or to the addict. Many addicts will argue that they love their children and are not child abusers. Sometimes, there is physical abuse, but often, children of addicts suffer other invisible, yet very damaging and traumatic forms of abuse, like neglect.

Addiction has many faces and the decision to assert the boundary to "leave an addict” isn’t always clear. Knowing when to end a marriage is a very personal choice. Have you been trying to "figure it out Addiction Help, Addiction Recovery, Toxic Relationships, Healthy Relationships, Loving An Addict, Women's Mental Health, Recovering Addict, Gambling Addiction, Alcohol Quotes

When is the Right Time to Leave an Addict? (Part One)

The trouble with addiction is the people who have them are good people. Hurting maybe, but often, still good. At the very least, they’re human beings that we care about or have a history with. In my experience, those who struggle with addiction are not normally what the media portrays. Yes, there are many people who seem to have walked off the television show, “Intervention” (or need to go on it!) but not all are like that. When it comes to decision-making and laying down boundaries, I…

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How to Trust Your Spouse in Addiction Recovery

Living with a loved one in recovery is an entirely different thing than life in active addiction. Each season needs its own specific course of action and entirely different approach.When our loved ones are in active addiction everything from finances to their whereabouts is in question; "Who are they with? What are they doing? Why are they late? Who are they on the phone with? Why did they take their phone in the bathroom?"

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Brain plasticity in drug addiction: Burden and benefit – Harvard Health Blog

The human brain is the most complex organ in our body, and is characterized by a unique ability called neuroplasticity. Neuroplasticity refers to our brain’s ability to change and adapt in its structural and functional levels in response to experience. Neuroplasticity makes it possible for us to learn new languages, solve complex mathematical problems, acquire technical skills, and perform

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How to Make Boundaries When Your Spouse is Boundary-less

According to Merriam Webster, a boundary is something that shows where an area ends and another area begins; a point or limit that indicates where two things become different. Boundaries are then unofficial rules about what should not be done; limits that define acceptable behavior. But when addiction takes root, boundaries become blurred, extended, trampled on, and unrecognizable. And the spouse of an addict can feel very disoriented and alone.

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7 Ways to Stop Worrying and Find Peace When Your Child is Struggling - Cathy Taughinbaugh | Treatment Talk

By having forgiveness for the past, appreciation for the present and hope for the future, peace can find its way back into your life.

On a spiritual level, addiction is being enslaved to sin. So we need boundaries to break the hold sin has on us and untangle ourselves from our spouse's issues. If you would like to feel more peaceful, be able to dream again, get closer to God, change the direction your life is going, and stop being so darn afraid of everything… UnBound Me is perfect for you! Learn more about my best-selling online course on boundaries and how it can help you today! #boundaries #wifeofanaddict… Let Go And Let God, Let It Be, Women's Mental Health, People Can Change, Get Closer To God, Average Girl, Christian Marriage, Addiction Recovery, Finding Peace

Let Go and Let God (for Good!)

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Have you been trying to figure out if you should divorce your spouse addicted to drugs, sex, pornography, alcohol, or gambling? Read the best and worst reasons to stay married to an addict from Leah Grey. Marriage Help, Saving A Marriage, Families Of Addicts, Women's Mental Health, Quitting Alcohol, Getting Sober, Gambling Addiction, Christian Marriage

When is the Right Time to Leave an Addict? (Part Two)

Have you been trying to figure out if you should divorce your spouse addicted to drugs, sex, pornography, alcohol, or gambling? Read the best and worst reasons to stay married to an addict from Leah Grey.

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