Category Archives: Powerlessness

Nicotine, the Most Common Natural Recovery

Have you ever known someone who has quit smoking without the benefit of formal programs, self-help groups, or nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) (patches, pills, gum, etc.)? According to the American Heart Association, nicotine is one of the most addictive of … Continue reading

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Abuse and Dependence – Where Do You Fit?

This chapter has two main objectives. The first is to establish that three-quarters of all addicts recover on their own, or with minimal help. The second is to assure you that you are not powerless over your addiction. The men … Continue reading

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Exploring Self-responsibility

My subtitle, “75% of all addicts recover without 12-step, and you can too,” may seem controversial to you, if not, you would be in the minority, as surveys consistently show the majority of Americans believe addiction is a disease, addicts … Continue reading

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