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TOPIC: Lesson 4: Dealing With Addictions, Part 2 (July 22, 2017)

Lesson 4: Dealing With Addictions, Part 2 (July 22, 2017) 2 months 4 days ago #82065

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All recovery programs for alcoholics and drug addicts make a big point of the person being treated being able to say “I’m an alcoholic” or “I’m an addict.” Why do you think it’s so important for people to make that statement before they can get help? Think about a time you’ve had to admit that you had a problem and needed help (even if it wasn’t an addiction). Was it hard to say “I’ve got a problem”? How did things change after you admitted you needed help? Or share some other experience you have had with addiction.
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Lesson 4: Dealing With Addictions, Part 2 (July 22, 2017) 2 months 2 days ago #82247

Well I think that admitting that you need help is very important. It shows that you are humble and that you have agreed that you have a problem and would like to fix it. It shows that you are willing to do what it takes to help you get out of the problem you are faced with.
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