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The Need To Know How Choices To Feel Better Are Addictive

The Need to Know How Choices to Feel Better Are Addictive

Every family in America has experienced the adverse impact of sexual-related issues. The Internet, sexual abuse, fornication, adultery, and our bent toward immodest clothes, makeup, and presenting ourselves a certain way are part of the word cloud that describes this sexual pandemic. What may surprise… Continue Reading …

Lazy People Aren’t Lazy Primarily, But Have a Pleasure Disorder

Lazy People Aren't Lazy Primarily, But Have a Pleasure Disorder

It is exceptional for a lazy person to be lazy. If you observe their lives, you will see many biblical qualities like intentionality, pre-meditation, work ethic, and imagination. The primary problem is not their laziness, though you may feel that the most. The underlying heart… Continue Reading …

20 Facts to Know about the Construct of ADHD

ADHD points to a perceived problem with a child. The most vital determination is not the observed behavior, but the presupposition you will use to bring clarity and a solution to what you’re seeing in the individual. You may want to read: Dr. Daniel Berger… Continue Reading …

Addiction Defined Is a Worship Disorder, Pt. 2

What the human heart desperately needs to overcome addiction is a supernatural transformation that gives the individual a new master who supplies new desires. If God’s grace changes the heart, which it does, then the addict can pursue the right values, treasures, rewards, and God… Continue Reading …

Post-Traumatic Stress Is Not a Disorder

The psychiatric label of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) describes not a disease, but an impairing event(s) and a person’s normal reaction to it. Likewise, the secular label of PTSD provides clear insight into the popular but false humanistic belief about human nature. You may want… Continue Reading …