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You're not your thoughts, feelings, or behavior. Therefore, "alcoholic" and "addict" are just bullshit labels used by ignorant people. Instead of asking whether you’re an "alcoholic" or "addict," ask yourself to what extent your addiction (i.e. compulsive behavior) is causing problems. Then, decide if you're willing to end your addiction so those problems will go away.
By definition, power means 1) the ability to do something or act in a particular way or 2) the capacity or ability to direct or influence the behavior of others or the course of events... and you can do both!
Drug and alcohol addiction rehab in the United States was worth about $42 billion in 2020. Most of that money was generated by the disease theory because the vast majority of "treatment" is based partially or entirely on the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). And, of course, AA relentlessly promotes the disease theory. Here's the thing: a theory is an idea intended to explain something. A theory is not a fact! There's no irrefutable evidence that addiction was, is, or ever will be a disease.
Neuroplasticity is the ability of your brain to change continuously throughout your life. Basically, your brain isn't hardwired a certain way. It can change, adapt, grow, and evolve. Plus, it can unlearn unhelpful beliefs, perceptions, and emotions.
I help people experience more peace, joy, and fulfillment using powerful scientific methods. Based on my research, personal experiences, and client feedback, it's clear that constant improvement in these areas of life makes it possible to overcome addictions (i.e. compulsive behaviors) faster, easier, and forever!
Kevin Edwards is the founder of unaddictable.com and a full-time Relapse Prevention Strategist.
He ended 23 years of addiction without using willpower, taking medications, or going to rehab, therapy, or support meetings.
Now he teaches people all over the world how to end their addictions using scientific methods.
Learn how to use your mind effectively so you can become addiction-free and addiction-proof.
Has your doctor, therapist, rehab, or support group told you about any of these methods?