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Title: Being a dissociated alcoholic is no longer a moral issue, a character flaw, a spiritual illness, a defect in spirit or a personality disorder.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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Instilling a sense of powerlessness in us is destructive to the child within, teaches and perpetuates learned helplessness, perpetuates ho...
Instilling a sense of powerlessness in us is destructive to the child within, teaches and perpetuates learned helplessness, perpetuates hopelessness, prevents one from taking personal responsibility and encourages a self-fulfilling prophecy from our parents of not being good enough. that in the case of addiction often leads to binge drinking and justification for the binge. "If I'm powerless, I guess there's nothing I can do about it, so I might as well drink myself to death," is what the mind concludes. The powerlessness concept actually increases binging behaviour and relapse.

It is completely disempowering, which is insane, because what we need more than anything is to feel empowered. We need to feel capable of changing our life. Not only that, it's a complete lie. 


We understand that the true root of alcoholism lies in dissociation and the biochemistry and there are ways to correct it, when they are given all the tools needed to overcome their addiction and the shame so often associated with being an alcoholic. Being a dissociated alcoholic is no longer a moral issue, a character flaw, a spiritual illness, a defect in spirit or a personality disorder. It frees them forever and we awaken to our own recovery.

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