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I’ve accepted the fact that alcohol/drug addiction is a disease. When does it become a sin?
I am a Christian and have attended Christian support groups at various churches working on my recovery from drug/alcohol addiction in my family. I grew up in an alcoholic home and I am currently receiving help from Al-Anon and NAMI.
My 28 year old son has a dual diagnosis, drug/alcohol addiction and bi-polar disorder. He refuses treatment for the mental illness and help for the addictions. He has been self-medicating for 12 years.
I’ve accepted the fact that addiction is a progressive and family disease. In some Christian support groups that I have attended, they’ve addressed drug/alcohol addiction as a sin and not as a disease. When does the disease model turn into sin?
and Finally Remember:
“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened.”
– Matthew 7:7-8
Jun 20, 17 08:19 AM
My ex has a drug abuse problem. I know he is addicted to pain killers and uses other drugs such as meth and things like that. His drug abuse started
Jun 19, 17 08:39 AM
I smoked weed everyday and I’m usually high throughout the day, but I’ve been trying to quit. I haven’t smoked in three days yet I felt high for a few
Jun 17, 17 08:21 AM
My grandson, who lives with us, is addicted to opiates; an every day user. Working only gives him more money for drugs. He is twenty-five years old and
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