Drug Addiction Is There Nothing I Can Do? FAQ 5

Drug Addiction Is there nothing I can do. FAQ 5 http://drugrehabus.org In this video I cover another common question we get. It is what can I do right now. B…
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Drugs & Addiction : How to Deal With a Drug Addict

Dealing with a drug addict can be surprisingly similar to dealing with a salesperson, as they tend to be manipulative and persistent. Avoid dealing with drug…
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14 Comments on "Drug Addiction Is There Nothing I Can Do? FAQ 5"

  1. Clarence Moore
    21/03/2014 at 11:31 pm Permalink

    Yes I agree,we need some explanations/discussions before the plan than can
    be worked out. If we are addicted to drugs our loved one may lost because
    they don’t understand what is happening. Argued over your problem comes
    out, sometimes you lost your self too.

  2. Archiesview
    21/03/2014 at 11:54 pm Permalink

    @RoseGMcKelvy Yes, this is a very good point and we run against it as well.
    You can never help a person if you start off accusing them because how they
    are or what they have done. We are not judgemental and have no need to be
    either. We take them in as they are. In the later part of the program they
    get to address what has gone on in their life with a special program unique
    to us and they sort it out themselves. This gives them the power to be
    themselves again and never look back.

  3. Nichole Furst
    22/03/2014 at 12:54 am Permalink

    When a person is addicted to drugs or alcohol, their life becomes
    unmanageable, their health is compromised and their way of thinking becomes
    impaired. Helpful advice is also given from those who have overcome
    addictions like drug and alcohol abuse, it’s comforting to know that there
    is ‘Life after Addiction.

  4. Archiesview
    22/03/2014 at 1:31 am Permalink

    @GoodShepard007 Wow! To keep creating despite the drugs is quite an
    achievement. It takes considerable spiritual stamina to pull oneself out of
    addiction. The physical fact of the matter is, with bits of the drug still
    in your body the cravings will return as shown in the other videos. You can
    pray all you like, but it won’t wash the drug residues away. BTW Addiction
    is definitely NOT a disease. We prove that all day long as we get our
    graduates truly physically clean and drug free for life.

  5. Archiesview
    22/03/2014 at 2:17 am Permalink

    Yes, that’s a nice idea. But to give Him a hand so it will happen you need
    to do something about it yourself. This is where we come in. Getting the
    drugs out of the person’s body and squaring him around a bit makes it
    possible for him to be rescued spiritually.

  6. Archiesview
    22/03/2014 at 2:39 am Permalink

    @margaretsstoops Yes, knowledge is the way to go. Finding the right
    knowledge is the next challenge. The internet is full of knowledge, most of
    it amazing stuff. Some not so good. I try to make the knowledge in my
    videos as accurate as I can and all verifiable.

  7. margaretsstoops
    22/03/2014 at 2:53 am Permalink

    The beauty of setting goals is that you are never too old or too young to
    start the process and benefit from the outcome. When it comes to recovering
    from alcohol addiction, knowledge is the key to surmounting the challenges
    involved.

  8. Song Thibodeau
    22/03/2014 at 3:22 am Permalink

    When you love someone close to you, sometimes you need to make the tough
    decisions. When someone you are close to is obviously abusing alcohol or
    drugs.

  9. GoodShepard007
    22/03/2014 at 3:54 am Permalink

    I am formerly chemically dependent, alcohol and valium, zanox. Over 4 years
    free. I am a published author, artist and independent researcher in this
    subject line. The internal spirit of fear in the person must be eradicated.
    . If this is not accomplished a relapse is almost a mathematical certainty.
    A baptism in the Holy Spirit eradicates the spirit of fear. Nothing else
    will work permanently, nothing. Drug addiction is the symptom of a disease.
    The disease is the spirit of fear.

  10. Jordan Wagoner
    22/03/2014 at 4:29 am Permalink

    Great video and amazing Tips! there are many teenager having problem how to
    stop addiction Getting through as an addict is not easy but this Video
    really give’s amazing Tips! thanks for this awesome video.

  11. Archiesview
    22/03/2014 at 4:33 am Permalink

    @JordanLWagoner Thank you. Glad you found it to your liking.

  12. Archiesview
    22/03/2014 at 5:17 am Permalink

    @NicholeFurst This is so true. Like you say, their thinking becomes
    impared. this one of the main reasons they are so hard to talk to. While
    under the drug influence they still think they are talking sense. One of
    the things we find is that many students when they graduate and know for
    certain they will never relapse or become users again are so grateful they
    want to join staff to help others who are in the same plight as they were.
    This is great because they truly understand the situation.

  13. Alexandra Jay
    22/03/2014 at 6:15 am Permalink

    How do you deal with a violent drug addict when a civilized discourse is
    not an option he will engage in

  14. dannukesem
    22/03/2014 at 6:49 am Permalink

    So right. I have had to deal with one down in Florida recently. It’s sad to
    watch. I really felt the only thing I could do was leave. I hope she gets
    help one day.

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