What Works: Spiritual Recovery Becoming free from alcoholism and addiction requires spiritual help, not self-help

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If you are an alcoholic or addict, being spiritually unfit can be fatal. If not literally fatal then, as in my case, a living death one definition of Hell is being alive and active in this world, feeling separated from God. And I spent years there. But today I live and have for some time now f

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