How to Get Rid of Addiction and Abuse
By Lori Prokop
Tell me, does this describe
someone you know?
Some people who feel inferior
use an addiction to try to overcome weaknesses, especially in times of
increased stress or deep inner conflict. A person's inner inferiority
complex reveals itself in his or her actions such as addiction, drug abuse,
alcohol abuse, child abuse, compulsive eating, blame and aggression among
No successful person desires
a destructive addiction. What people who choose addiction or abuse really
want is the power and ability to create better lives.
Fearing they do not have this
power to improve their lives, you will hear these people use excuses and
blame to justify their addiction and abuse and protect what little dignity
they feel they have left.
If you find yourself or
others dealing with addiction or abuse, instead of justifying or blaming,
ask the following questions:
Do I really want healing and resolution for
this addiction or abuse?
Am I willing to improve myself to achieve
Do I realize I can't control others? The
only one I can control is me.
Am I willing to take the first step for
myself and get rid of my addiction, abuse excuses, blame and other
destructive habits to achieve peace and happiness?
Alcohol abuse and drug abuse
are common crutches today. I have met many people who feel tongue-tied or
awkward at social events. They find a few cocktails or beers "give them a
lift" turning them from introvert to extrovert. There are many people who
drink to feel better about themselves, even to the point of abuse or
For an article entitled
Lori Prokop Interviews the Experts, one doctor said to me, "It's sad but
true. A seemingly innocent use of alcohol can quickly and easily become an
addiction, especially if people perceive they are someway 'improved' when
Alcohol abuse, drug abuse and
any other addiction are serious forms of personal loss. The people, who
depend on any exterior addiction or abuse rather than improving their
perceived weaknesses and healing their pains, are beaten from the start.
Such a person can find
healing. They must get rid of the addiction and abuse, find a healing system
which works and resolve their fears and pains.
About the Author
Lori Prokop is creator of leading edge workshops on creating what you want in your life. While
presenting workshops nationwide, she has created more than 300 books, CDs and
DVDs. Her internationally acclaimed web site is www.howtohealabuse.com. Lori
Prokop offers systems that answer people's questions about the meaning of their
lives, how to create what you want in your life and helps resolve the struggle
between good and evil. Visit http://www.howtohealabuse.com for
your FREE special report.
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