Monday, January 24, 2011

How Do I Detach From an Alcoholic Spouse?

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How Do I Detach From an Alcoholic Spouse

We have included in How to Detach From an Alcoholic Spouse tips on helping the alcoholic to sobriety and more ways to cope when married to and living with an alcoholic, plus, how to set boundaries that give you back your life. How Do I Detach From an Alcoholic Spouse is packed full of excellent information that will help you to break away from the addiction and to begin to live your life for YOU, plus help the alcoholic at the same time!

Detach With Love

Are you living with a Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde? Do you wake up in the morning and wish you didn't have to start the day with an abusive alcoholic? Are you riding on an addictive roller coaster ride with the alcoholic you married? Do you often feel afraid and depressed because you don't know how the alcoholic is going to behave? Are you emotionally and mentally drained because of the behaviors and abuses of the alcoholic in your life? Well, it's time to break free! It's time to get off the roller coaster ride and rescue yourself from the behaviors of the alcoholic you live with and love.

Rescue Yourself From the Traps of Alcoholism

We hope that you make good use of our healing materials that we have carefully put together by putting the strategies and guidance to work in your personal life and marriage. It is very possible to learn to live with and love the alcoholic in your life, without "it" making YOU go crazy. Don't let addiction steal another minute of your day!

Help Your Spouse get Sober!

Do you want to help your spouse get sober? Than stop trying to control every aspect of the addiction. Only when you stop trying to fix your spouse and take care of YOU can you be a valuable help to the alcoholic. Do you often feel like you are drowning with the alcoholic? Do you feel sad, panicky, depressed, stressed out, helpless, and emotionally and spiritually sick? Don’t go under with the alcoholic, swim quickly back to the shore! This eBook shows you what you need to do to rescue YOU from the traps of alcoholism!

Don't be the Victim Any Longer

Addiction is so cunning that the alcoholic can manipulate their way into your emotions in such a way to make you believe you are the victim instead of them! Cut the rope! Tough love is all about cutting the rope between you and the alcoholic. Married couples are and always will be attached because God created them as “one flesh” in marriage, but you don’t have to be attached to the symptoms of alcoholism. You must help your self first before you can help the alcoholic.

We hope that you make good use of our healing materials that we have carefully put together by putting the strategies and guidance to work in your personal life and marriage. It is very possible to learn to live with and love the alcoholic in your life, without "it" making YOU go crazy. Don't let addiction steal another minute of your day!

Is Divorce the Answer When Married to an Alcoholic?

Is divorce the answer to ending the frustration and suffering of living with an alcoholic spouse? When we are going through suffering in our marriage, divorce almost always seems like the light at the end of the tunnel, but it isn't always as bright as we think. It is God's will that we take the good times of our marriage along with the bad. Together couples can conquer addiction by working on self-healing and being supportive of each other. This ebook expresses God's will for couples in marriage who are going through the sufferings and pains of addiction. We know its never easy, but putting the solutions we advise in our ebook will make living with, and loving an alcoholic, easier for the whole family. We know because we've been there.

Alcoholism is a Family Affair

Jumping the hurdle of being married to an alcoholic may seem very difficult to do, because it is, but overcoming through your own personal growth will make you stronger and wiser person because of your willingness to conquer adversity in your personal life and marriage. You can overcome! We've done it and many other spouses of alcoholics have done it too. This is why we wrote these ebooks...to give you step by step instructions on how to live with and love the alcoholic in your life. How to Detach From an Alcoholic Spouse is your arsenal to survival.

Bonus Ebook: Get Sober and Be Happy at the Same Time!

Do you want to get sober? Are you tired of abusing your loved ones with mean and angry words? Are you tired of being trapped within the confounds of addiction? Do you often feel guilty and hate yourself for the things you do and say when drinking? Have you tried to stop drinking but can't or relapsed? Are you serious about getting healthy in mind and spirit? If you answered "yes" to these questions then I believe YOU ARE ready to get sober for good! Addiction is a hurdle in your life that you can conquer!

Getting Sober for Good is Total Sobriety

Getting sober for good is what we know to be TOTAL sobriety, which is healthy in mind, body and spirit. The author knows your pain and suffering first hand. She's been there and done that already. She got out of the trap of alcoholism and so can you! Heaven Ministries has put together the nuts and bolts of healing from all the aspects of alcoholism, based on personal experience and from counseling couples on addiction over the past ten years.

Escape From the Trap of Alcoholism

We hope that you make good use of our healing materials that we have carefully put together by putting the strategies and guidance to work in your personal life and marriage. It is very possible to learn to live with and love the alcoholic in your life, without "it" making YOU go crazy. Don't let addiction steal another minute of your day!

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4 comments:

Jamie said...

I plan on reading much more of your blog over the next few weeks... My husband is an alcoholic and I struggle daily...

Jamie

I to have recently started blogging.

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Frank, Angie, Brandon, Angelo, and Alex said...

Hi Jamie, I'm glad you are finding the blog encouraging. We also have lots of great materials about alcoholism on the ministry website as well. I've been so busy with our move to Ecuador that I haven't had a chance to update this blog, but there is so much information on here, you'll be busy for awhile. email me anytime!

Stay strong in Christ--He is our Peace and our Comfort when dealing with the alcoholic we love.

In Christ,
Angie :-)

Anonymous said...

My husband relapsed and has moved out for about a month and has found another woman.We have been married for 22years this Dec23rd, 2011.Is there any hope? He would drink every day and works a dangerous job.I would love to hear from someone. recoveryisit@yahoo.com
Thanks
Ross

Anonymous said...

I'm fed up with enabling my "christian" AW through grace upon grace, praying, waiting, encouraging, waiting, working (read, filling in for), waiting, counselling, waiting, talking straight from the heart, waiting ... all the while she takes and takes and takes. It is a death sentence that sucks every drop of good out of life. At some point the ax needs to address the wild vine so some fruit can grow on the tree