Substance Addiction


Discover different types of addictions and addictive personalities and How to use the Limitless power of Focus Prayer and Exclusive Group Guidance to finally beat addiction… And MORE importantly, STAY CLEAN!

Dear Friend,
You are constantly trying to break free from this dangerous and deadly ailment, but it’s like quicksand and the more you struggle to get out, the quicker you fall in.

There’s a popular saying that “recognizing the problem is already half the battle.” And this couldn’t be truer when it comes to addiction – recognizing the hidden symptoms and finally admitting to yourself that you do have a real problem is often the hardest part.

So we’re going to dive in and cover different types of addictions and addictive behaviors, signs of symptoms of addictions including addictive personality.

Listen, the truth is, it’s no longer a matter of “IF” you should handle this once and for all but “How Fast” before it’s too late. And if you’ve already figured out where the sinking hole is – then it’s time to take pre-emptive actions to get rid of the problem once and for all.

Trust me, I know it’s easier to shrug it off and say “I am who I am and there’s nothing I can do about it” or do what most people normally do and blame everyone and everything around you.

But Fortunately,…!

It’s not too late for you! If…

1) You recognize the problem and make a conscious decision to start fighting back right now!
2) You seek the RIGHT kind of help that’ll tackle the problem, root, and stem, in order to get rid of it PERMANENTLY… and make it stay that way.

In the literal term, addiction is described as a compulsive act which causes harm to the person and those around them over and over that the person no longer has control over the ailment or their behaviors.

It usually starts as a way to escape, relax, or reward yourself. And gradually, you started believing that you really need them to have a good time, to relax, or that you can’t concentrate without it which is how it develops into a full-blown dependence and addiction.

Now, let’s go through all the…


Alcoholism Addiction
Also known as alcoholism is recognized by craving alcohol and simply can’t make yourself to put down the bottle – even when it’s affecting and destroying everything around you; your personal and professional relationships.

Amphetamine Addiction
Amphetamine is a type of stimulant used in treating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and narcolepsy, a sleep disorder. Addiction can easily occur when you need the drug to function on a daily basis or used the drug for a long period of time.

Anger Aggression Addiction
This is when an addict has a problem dealing with and expressing anger and frustrations in productive ways. This can be linked to relapsing because most time that’s the only way addicts how to deal with anger – by using their drug of choice to mask their feelings.

Coffee Addiction
As you know caffeine is a stimulant to the central nervous system. But the regular use of caffeine can cause serious physical dependence and Studies have demonstrated that people who take in a minimum of 100 mg of caffeine per day (about the amount in one cup of coffee) can acquire a physical dependence that would trigger withdrawal symptoms that include headaches, muscle pain and stiffness, lethargy, nausea, vomiting, and depressed mood.

Cocaine Addiction
This is one of the big ones! Can you imagine that up to this day, some people still ask if cocaine is truly addictive? That’s the same thing as asking if alcohol is addictive and the long and short answer is a resounding YES.

And many more!


  • Drug Addiction
  • Food Addiction
  • Gambling Addiction
  • Heroin Addiction
  • Internet Addiction
  • Marijuana Addiction
  • Meth Addiction
  • Methadone Addiction
  • Nicotine Addiction
  • Opioid Addiction
  • Plastic Surgery Addiction
  • Pornography and masturbation
  • Prescription Drugs Addiction
  • Sex Addiction
  • Shopping Addiction
  • Video Game Addiction
  • Work Addiction

As you already know, most addicts always go through the “denial phase” where they will keep denying that they have a real problem – especially to those around them, like; close friends and family members.

It’s very important to familiarize yourself with the signs and fair indicators so that you know what to look out for not only to be vigilant but because it can end up saving your life or someone you love.

So here are some the…


  • A great deal of time is spent using substances or engaging in the problematic behavior.
  • The inability to cut back or quit using or engaging in the behavior.
  • A strong desire to use or engage in the behavior (even when you obviously don’t have to)
  • An inability to fulfill obligations at school, work, or home because you’re too distracted
  • Deeply hurting your relationships with someone you love by not being able to quit or stop because it’s no longer within your control.
  • Previously enjoyed hobbies are abandoned in favor of use or behavior.
  • Withdrawal symptoms upon cessation of use or behavior.
  • Not being able to control the addictive behaviors
  • Engaging in more of the addiction than desired (one bottle always leads to 5 and 10 and you simply can’t stop yourself)
  • When you feel ashamed and have to hide it from those you love


The full effect of addiction on the brain is better understood for psychoactive substances such as alcohol and cocaine. While each substance impacts the brain differently, the addiction cycle is revealed to be similar:

Psychoactive substances initially quickly produce euphoria from the flood of certain chemicals in the brain.

After the euphoria, unpleasant withdrawal symptoms occur.

The addict, wishing to again experience the euphoria, or to escape unpleasant withdrawal (craving), is highly motivated to use the substance again.

This cycle is thought to be, in part, because of the reward circuit in the brain. When the brain finds something rewarding (pleasurable), it creates a pleasurable memory and increases the motivation to experience pleasure again. This can alter the brain’s neurotransmitters (chemicals). Parts of the brain linked to the reward circuit.

So when you starting noticing one or two of the above in yourself or a loved one then there’s trouble and something NEEDS to be done… and FAST!


If you or you have a loved one going through this and all previous efforts to help get them the help they truly need has failed, believe me, I have helped others.! And have helped hundreds of families navigate through this trying time with the Creator of All help and guidance.

Not to mention, I have also been there with multiple loved ones, going through the exact same thing – so I know exactly where it pinches.

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I will see you inside!
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