New Book Helps People to Overcome Addiction
Being in quarantine with COVID-19 exacerbates addiction; author Robin H. Clare’s book guides people to healing during these diffi cult times.
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uthor Robin H. Clare is an expert on healing the underlying source of addiction, and she knows that isolation is an addict's worst nightmare. In her new book, Feast & Famine: Healing Addiction with Grace, she addresses the more commonly recognized forms of ad- diction as a symptom of the problem and not the problem itself. As addicts confront being in quarantine with COVID-19, it is the perfect time to focus on their healing.
A Clare's background comes from overcoming her own ad-
diction, which, in her case, was an obsessive food disorder with Bulimia. Through her 40-year journey, Clare found that her addic- tive behavior was a symptom of suffering. Her actual struggle was with suffering humiliation and the trauma that resulted. Once she was able to identify these root-cause experiences, she was able to address her trauma and integrate it into a healthier lifestyle. Clare now works with clients one-on-one who are addicted to suffering and guides them to healing.
Many books are designed to help addicts focus on stopping the dependence on a vice, whether it is alcohol, drugs, food, social media, or any other harmful habit. In Feast & Famine, Clare helps people to address the deeper problem, to fi nd their humilia- tion and shame, and determine where the trauma comes from. She wants her readers to remember that substance or vice addiction is not the primary problem, but a symptom of a deeper problem of suffering. A Divine Healing path is outlined in the book to help the reader to move through this process from addiction to recovery.
Clare says, "We have experienced trauma in all parts of
our lives, and we must address the trauma." She adds, "We are born in a state of self-love, and then we experience humiliation from relationships in our lives. If we do not address the shame of humiliation, we move into self-loathing. Unresolved self-loathing create chronic suffering. To perpetuate the suffering, we turn to addictive substances or vices. You've got to dig deep and fi nd out why you are suffering if you want to fi nd lasting recovery."
While in quarantine, addicts do not have the same daily
distractions to keep them from their addictions, and they may not have access to the same resources, such as meetings or accountabil- ity partners. During isolation, addicts will have to refl ect upon what will happen if they do not heal their suffering...and also what will happen if they do heal.
Presuming they do want to be in recovery, now is the ideal time for addicts to address the roots of their addictive behavior. Whatever it may take to heal, addicts must deal with why they are suffering and where their trauma began. The ebook is available for pre-0rder on Amazon. To order a signed paperback or hardcover, please visit: fundly.co
To learn more about Feast & Famine: Healing Addiction with Grace or to book an appointment with Robin H. Clare and dive deeper into your healing, please visit www.clare-ity.co
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