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  • I don’t know how to put the addiction behind me…
  • I don’t know where to find the proper treatment for me…
  • I don’t want to live like this anymore…
  • It feels like life does not matter, and I will always be a failure!

If you can relate to any of that, this special report will be life-changing for you.


In this report, you will discover the 5 essential ways to be free from addiction now!

Before I unpack the specifics, I want you to consider the results of doing nothing for a moment. Ignoring a problem doesn’t make it go away. It makes the problem worse! Addiction doesn’t just go away on its own. When it comes to a progressive disease like an addiction – ignoring can be dangerous and deadly.

How bad could it get? Well, depending on the type of addiction, if you ignore it, these are the long-term results you are highly likely to get:

  • Heart Disease, Cancer, Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, Hepatitis
  • Debt, Loss of Residency
  • Loss of Relationships
  • Jails, Institutions, or Premature Death


More than twenty-three years ago, I was set free from the same addictions you are struggling with.

I lived with an addictive mindset at an early age, which opened doors to a lifestyle that changed my life. After spending more than sixteen years in a drug-infested lifestyle, coupled with Impulse Control Disorders and Behavioral types of addictions controlling me, I put the drugs and alcohol behind me but still lived with other kinds of addiction.

After nine years, I relapsed with alcohol for a year. To say I was ashamed and felt terrible would be a huge understatement. I was miserable and disgusted with myself for being right back where I had left off ten years prior. Then, something happened in my life that put me in a position to make a decision that would change my life forever.

If I had not discovered this new way of thinking, I’d still be drinking and ashamed, locked in my own personal prison of misery, or worse, dead. Trust me; I understand how it feels to be addicted to something that you no longer want... that’s why I’m giving you the answers that set me free from decades of an addictive mindset!

Now let’s look at the top 5 ways to have an Addiction-Free Life. If you apply these specific steps, you will soon be free from shame, helplessness, hurt, fear, guilt, and feeling fantastic.


There has always been a question from people with addiction problems, “Can I live a life free from the addiction?” As with so many questions in our society, there is a wave of different answers that open controversial discussions.

I am not sure where you are in this conversation, but addiction can be prevented, treated, and managed with the right attitude and the right help, and the person must be willing to change.

Freedom from addictions is not hopeless; living in bondage is! You focus on your willingness to walk away from your current lifestyle and learn how to be clean, set free from stinking thinking, and fall in love with yourself. You have the desperation to escape from the addiction to a new way of living. After you start this, the hope builds until you have a great wall behind you where no one can reach you. Your future will be wide open for you to walk in, and the skies will be more apparent.

Just knowing that you are never alone can ease the pain.


Have you ever wondered why you do the things you do not want to do but cannot do the things you should be doing? Have you ever been lied to and at the time believed it were the truth? How about holding on to a secret because you were fearful on the outcome?

When I met Tim, he shared about a time he was into pornography. He felt tormented and disgusted because of a secret he had held on to for years. I connected with Tim at a men’s retreat where we meet with men to help them overcome their fears and identify the #1 obstacle to achieving their goals and map out an action plan to help them get freedom, find purpose, and be the man God called them to be.

Tim almost did not reach out to me because of his busy schedule as a pastor. While I listened to Tim tell his story, I discovered that his top constraint believed a lie from inappropriate touching as a young boy, and I heard him take a specific course of action. Tim implemented the course of action found in the Breaking the Chains of Addictions eBook and found freedom. Now Tim feels loved, worthy, and relieved because he has finally been set free.


Do you currently, or have you had, relationships where it seems difficult to communicate? They fail no matter how hard you try. Is there a wedge between someone you love? That wedge could be unforgiveness eating you from the inside and needs to be removed.

If you are holding on to unforgiveness towards someone or yourself, you need to let go of the things that could be holding you back. Unforgiveness can be more dangerous than cancer. It spreads and can create changes in your body. Carrying a grudge, bitterness, or carrying anger can cause a lot of damage to your body, especially if you have worn down your body already. This can lead to high blood pressure, heart disease, emotional stress, brain damage—and it can even affect the body’s immune system. This is only a small list of what can happen to your body when you do not let the unforgiveness go. I can help find the source that will help.


The process of overcoming addictions is to change the way you think about yourself and life in general. You need to put stinking thinking in the past to have a better view of your future. The way to overcome the results of a series of bad choices is through a series of right choices, and sometimes, you will need to do this with someone else. The only way to walk out of trouble is to do the opposite of whatever you did to get into trouble.

“Change your thoughts, and you change your world.”

(Norman Vincent Peale)


One of the leading suggestions you will hear is, “do not do recovery alone.” You need to find a program that fits your addiction. The problem with most recovery programs is that they only target recovery, not complete freedom from addiction. You need to keep going to meetings to avoid falling back into the trap that held you captive. You are always looking over your shoulders to see how you are doing. You are always wondering if you will ever stop thinking about the addiction and for the urge to go away.

In twelve-step programs, when they tell you to keep coming back, you return to what you were each time. In God’s twelve-step program, you stand on where you are going, not where you came from. One of the most significant differences between recovery and freedom is that one keeps you in bondage while the other sets you free.


You can take my word for it, but I'd rather let my customers do the talking.