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Proverbs 5 “Avoid Immoral Women”
17 You should reserve it for yourselves. Never share it with strangers.
18 Let your wife be a fountain of blessing for you. Rejoice in the wife of your youth.
19 She is a loving deer, a graceful doe. Let her breasts satisfy you always. May you always be captivated by her love.
20 Why be captivated, my son, by an immoral woman, or fondle the breasts of a promiscuous woman?
21 For the Lord sees clearly what a man does, examining every path he takes.
22 An evil man is held captive by his own sins; they are ropes that catch and hold him.
23 He will die for lack of self-control; he will be lost because of his great foolishness.
AN INSIDE LOOK
We want to find exactly how, when, and where our natural desires have warped us We wish to look squarely at the unhappiness this has caused others and ourselves By discovering what our emotional deformities are, we can move toward their correction. TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 43
Today I am no longer a slave to alcohol, yet in so many ways enslavement still threatens洋y self, my desires, even my dreams. Yet without dreams I cannot exist; without dreams there is nothing to keep me moving forward. I must look inside myself, to free myself. I must call upon God’s power to face the person I’ve feared the most, the true me, the person God cre
ated me to be. Unless I can or until I do, I will always be running, and never be truly free. I ask God daily to show me such a freedom!
Choose A Cardiovascular Activity That You Like
While this may seem rather obvious, many people completely miss the boat on this one. Choosing an activity that you like will ensure that you keep doing it long term. There are many choices to pick from such as walking on the pavement, treadmill, an elliptical machine, stair stepper, recumbent bike, aerobics video, etc. Just choose your weapon of choice and go for it!
After a person addicted to drugs or alcohol undergoes detox, the next major phase of their treatment is in-depth, holistic counseling. Many physical and psychological dependencies come with addiction, along with external influences and spiritual issues that can put their sobriety at risk. Extended care drug and alcohol treatment is for people who are new to recovery or have had difficulty remaining clean and sober after participating in other short-term programs.
At Recovery in the Pines, we offer six-month and 1-year plus residential, extended-care programs for men who are ready to make a positive change for a healthy lifestyle. We take a holistic approach to treating them with services that help to heal the physical, psychological, and spiritual traumas associated with a history of substance abuse.
Our extended, holistic, Christian approach is necessary for many men who struggle staying sober. They are often taught coping skills, but then they have to re-enter their environments with no help or experience applying those skills. We give them the opportunity to reside in a safe and supportive environment in a location surrounded by natural beauty that inspires our patients to reflect and make new, healthy choices in their lives. During their stay, they receive additional treatments, therapies, and life coaching on how to not only survive, but thrive in their daily lives and receive God’s love.
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Are you, or is someone you know, ready to live a drug-free, alcohol-free, Christian life? Call us at (928) 308-4311 and our team of experts will assist you with the admissions process.