Self-mutilation is a growing but underreported addiction. Addicts are often embarrassed and feel guilty, Scars are easily concealed, leading to a cover-up of the problem.
Self-mutilation is a growing but underreported addiction. Addicts are often embarrassed and feel guilty, which might prevent them from seeking help. Scars are easily concealed, leading to a cover-up of the problem. In this episode of Unhooked, myths about cutters are explained, including the difference between self-mutilation versus a suicide attempt. In her own words, Arazeli share how the murder of her best friend prompted her addiction to cutting and drugs. Guest Expert: Robin Butler
Peer pressure. Rites of passage to adulthood. Ability to forget problems. These are some of the reasons that prompt underage drinking. Millions of teens start this addictive habit without truly understanding the consequences.
Revival for Mission
Christy felt that life wasn’t worth living and tried to kill herself--twice. Then God intervened and saved her life. Hear more of Christy’s story in this episode of Revival for Mission!
Addictions do not just affect one person. These unhealthy behaviors often become a tangled web of emotions and situations. Family members and friends are affected and the role they play could determine the addict's success in recovery.
In a society where a "Super Size Me' mentality are often the norm, there's a thin line between eating just enough and too much. Eating may not be about staying healthy but finding comfort. Guest Experts: Laurelle Warner & Barbara Dickinson