Recovery involves the entire person: spiritual, physical, emotional and mental. You can recover from abuse, addiction, eating disorders, anxiety, shame, guilt, anger, alcoholism, codependency, suffering, grief, depression and more!
You probably need to consider seeking help if:
The last thing in the world you want to do is talk about your possible areas of “stuckness”. Your life is getting to be a repeat of one disaster after another. You are finding you feel less and less in control over problems you once thought were under control. You have noticed an increase in the frequency of the behaviors that you believe are a problem (lying, stealing, drinking, eating, gambling, etc.) You have family members that have begun to show concern about problem areas in your life.
You feel that you are getting more of the things that you don’t want and less of the things you do want. You have unresolved issues from your past that periodically resurface, much to your discomfort.
— Tim Timmons from his tape set “AA means Anyone Anonymous”
Where to Start Recovery
Asking for Support: Getting the Help You Need
Why Christian Recovery?
Prayer when Powerless over Addictions & Dysfunctions