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Send Me An Angel To Help With My Addiction

Updated on January 4, 2011

Many people cry inside, but are too ashamed to cry out loud for help with their addictions. Holding back your feelings and not asking for help is the most horrible thing to do to yourself.

You cry inside, but no one can hear you, and you suffer more and more each day that passes for not speaking out. Many people don't ask for help due to embarrassment of their addiction or they really don't think they have an addiction at all.

Some of us like myself, asked the heavens above to please send me an angel to help with my addiction. Asking God for help is a sure thing, because he will never let you down. You just have to open up your heart and just ask him for guidance and help with your addiction.


You must BELIEVE AND YOU WILL ACHIEVE. You have to believe in yourself and know that you can beat the addiction that you have, and combined with believing in God, you will have a great chance for success. Without believing you will be doomed.

Raise your arms to the heavens and don't be ashamed or embarrassed to ask for the help you need to get your life back on track.

I'm not saying that this is the only way to regain your sobriety, but it sure helps in the process. There are many folks that will have to enter a Rehabilitation Center for the proper and Professional care that's needed, but always keep in mind of the true power of healing.

Be excited to start to live the clean life again. Stay Positive in everything you do and admit to yourself that you have an addiction and you are willing to surrender and get the help you need.

Once you have surrendered you must promise yourself that you will never be able to tilt the bottle again, and if you can do that and stick to your promise everything will start to fall into place.

So with the help of God sending you an angel and your promise to yourself things will get better and you will be able to find your sobriety again.

That is how I found my sobriety and I never break a promise, so I'm on my road to recovery and it's Great!

We are so fortunate of what we all have and we, on our own, destroy it when so many others in the world would die to have what we have.  They live in huts and with no food or water and we just abuse our lives and take everything for granted.

So, the bottom line to all this is that you MUST want to live a clean and sober life and enjoy what life has to offer us. There are so many things we will never do or see because of our addictions. So, give it up and surrender and love every minute of your new found sobriety.

If I could, and had the power, I would raise my arms to the heavens and ask God to cure all of our addictions and all the hatred in this world we live in today. That would make me the happiest man in the world, but unfortunately I can't do that, so it's up to all of us to do it on our own and believe me you can do it if you really want it.


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      Mark Bruno 5 years ago from New Jersey Shore

      @ Moongirl- Thank you so much for your comment and your kind words.

      PS sorry it has taken so long to reply to your comment.

      God Bless and hope this help those in need :)

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      Moongirl12 5 years ago

      This was so beautifully yet simply written I have shared it with many addicts to gain strength.. Bless you x

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      Mark Bruno 7 years ago from New Jersey Shore

      Thanks for the comment Martie, and yes I was blinded to the outside world as many people addicted to a substance are. It took a lot of years to finally see the light and get sober. I always believed in God just never ask for that type of help. So glad I did.

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      Martie Coetser 7 years ago from South Africa

      One may surely believe that God still send angels, but they hide themselves in people. It seems if you are ‘seeing’ nature now for the 1st time? Am I right - you did not notice all these wonders ‘in your previous (dirty) life’? You were actually ‘blind’? Thank you for telling us what goes on in the mind of an active alcoholic.