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"HEAL YOUR SOUL- HEAL YOUR ADDICTION. There is always a deeper reason for getting addicted to alcohol and drugs!!! It is never just about liking it and being social and easing stress and boredom. Alcohol and drugs are a guidepost, a key that shows you where to look to begin to look deeper inside of you. It is the start of a spiritual journey. You are brought to your knees and that is when you start to pay attention. As Joseph Campbell says, “where you stumble, their lies your treasure.” The pain of using can be a blessing to heal your soul wound, the “loss of self” that happened at a young age, that you perhaps never faced or healed. WHY ARE YOU DRINKING? You can’t run from the truth and you can’t hide from your path and that is great news! Watch this next episode of Hope for Relationships with Intuitive Healer Audrey Hope. Find out about the spiritual side of addiction.

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"We went out for a romantic dinner and shared a bottle of wine. We were relaxed and felt close. Then we went to a club and had a few more. Now she’s losing control again and flirting with a stranger. Why does this keep happening? Does she really love me?"


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