Worthiness, or lack of it, keys addiction

Did you ever wonder why you or someone you know has an addiction?Debra04

How can someone so smart, cute or rich have an addiction?

Many of us that are in recovery or are ready to tackle sobriety really want to understand how we developed this issue. Is it genetic? Are we sick or flawed? The answer to these questions is NO! Let’s look at what the cause of addiction could be.

From the time we were little ones, we had our parents, siblings, teachers, and friends expecting us to live up to their standards, be different or not appreciate who we really are. Humans are energy sensitive beings and all these conforming pressures strike us hard.   We want to fit in with those that matter to us. When we feel the need to conform to something that is not natural for us, we feel unworthy.

This feeling of unworthiness grows and becomes a belief. This belief then informs our approach to life. We develop this belief of unworthiness and this lack of self worth is foundational. We start to do things from this lack of worth that projects out that we don’t matter.

When we don’t matter, we do things that tend to hurt us before others can hurt us. Over and over again this pattern becomes an addiction. The addiction numbs us and let’s us believe that we don’t feel the pain of life. Our lack of self-worth ushers in our addiction.

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I have been sober…

I have been sober from alcohol and drugs for 27 years. But I decided that I wanted more for my life and needed help. APP helps me carry a deeper awareness, which provides me greater freedom.

Stacy

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2016-08-08T00:02:50-07:00

Stacy

I have been sober from alcohol and drugs for 27 years. But I decided that I wanted more for my life and needed help. APP helps me carry a deeper awareness, which provides me greater freedom.

What did the APP give to me?

What did the APP give to me? There are effective ways to see the patterns and deal with them.  I always thought life happened to me. I now engage with life.   I am more responsible for my healing and myself.

Deborah

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2016-08-08T00:13:18-07:00

Deborah

What did the APP give to me? There are effective ways to see the patterns and deal with them.  I always thought life happened to me. I now engage with life.   I am more responsible for my healing and myself.

Why APP?

Why APP?  I just had a wheat intolerance, didn’t I?  Then why did I eat a whole loaf of bread at a sitting or sneak back to the kitchen for a bit more cold pizza.  Why?

I needed help.  APP’s community support, weekends of teaching and ceremonies taught me how I used comparison and judgment to stay small.   Then I learned to reassemble my life with self-care, self-love, and self-worth.

Deanna

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2016-08-08T00:13:42-07:00

Deanna

Why APP?  I just had a wheat intolerance, didn’t I?  Then why did I eat a whole loaf of bread at a sitting or sneak back to the kitchen for a bit more cold pizza.  Why? I needed help.  APP’s community support, weekends of teaching and ceremonies taught me how I used comparison and judgment to stay small.   Then I learned to reassemble my life with self-care, self-love, and self-worth.

I highly recommend…

I highly recommend the program and Debra as a teacher. I began APP with the goal of getting sober from alcohol, which I have for 8 years now.  I received so much more than I expected: more confidence, more enjoyment of life, more will power and strength of mind.

Steven

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2016-08-08T00:14:14-07:00

Steven

I highly recommend the program and Debra as a teacher. I began APP with the goal of getting sober from alcohol, which I have for 8 years now.  I received so much more than I expected: more confidence, more enjoyment of life, more will power and strength of mind.

In April of 2011…

In April of 2011 I began the APP Program. The hard reality I faced was that I was addicted to suffering.  The APP Program provided for me the tools, opportunity, and support to both save my own life, and radically transform it. APP is the single most challenging thing I have ever done. It is also the single most valuable investment I have made.

Dave

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2016-08-08T00:14:33-07:00

Dave

In April of 2011 I began the APP Program. The hard reality I faced was that I was addicted to suffering.  The APP Program provided for me the tools, opportunity, and support to both save my own life, and radically transform it. APP is the single most challenging thing I have ever done. It is also the single most valuable investment I have made.

Thanks to APP…

Thanks to APP, I am responsible, accountable, sober, present, and fully engaged in life and my community.   APP provided me with the framework, support and leadership to uncover the beliefs and the fear that fed my sabotaging beliefs and self-destructive behaviors. APP helped me forgive myself and showed me the value and necessity of taking responsibility for my choices.

Tim

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2016-08-08T00:14:56-07:00

Tim

Thanks to APP, I am responsible, accountable, sober, present, and fully engaged in life and my community.   APP provided me with the framework, support and leadership to uncover the beliefs and the fear that fed my sabotaging beliefs and self-destructive behaviors. APP helped me forgive myself and showed me the value and necessity of taking responsibility for my choices.

In my experience…

In my experience of the APP program, the ceremonial process gave me the space to really find my own way and my own answers. This wasn't just about stopping my behaviors... this was about learning to love myself more deeply. I'm forever changed and grateful for this process and for Debra's strong guidance!

H.R.

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2016-08-08T00:15:16-07:00

H.R.

In my experience of the APP program, the ceremonial process gave me the space to really find my own way and my own answers. This wasn't just about stopping my behaviors... this was about learning to love myself more deeply. I'm forever changed and grateful for this process and for Debra's strong guidance!
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