Addiction is common – very common actually.  So first and foremost, if you currently struggle with it I want for you to know that you are not alone (at all).  Whether it’s an addiction to shopping, drugs, sex, food, unhealthy relationships, or cigarettes, addiction plays a roll in just about everyone’s life at some time or another.

I’ve personally dealt with addiction on many different levels.  These personal experiences combined with my Spiritual knowledge allow me to view it all a little differently.  When I see someone struggling with addiction I see a soul that has lost its way.  I see layers and layers of unhealed traumas.  I see someone who is desperate to feel good, but doesn’t know what real happiness feels like.  I see someone who is not in their right mind.  I see the aftermath of what happened because they held in their emotions and didn’t forgive or therapeutically release them in order allow a healing process.

I have seen all outcomes – those who have taken the easy road and traded in their life for an addiction, those who didn’t stop fighting and rose above and conquered it, and those who have lost the battle altogether and are no longer alive.  I’m grateful to say that I am among those who who never stopped fighting and conquered addiction on several occasions.  And if you are currently struggling with it yourself, I want you to know that there is a way out and YOU CAN do this.  I promise you.

In today’s Feed Her Soul episode I share about the Spiritual side to addiction and the two main things that I did to escape it.  I bet they are not what you expected, so I’m eager to read your comments.  I encourage you to share today’s video blog with any friend who might be dealing with addiction, or who has overcome it.  These powerful insights may just be exactly what someone needs to hear.

With love,


Q’s.  Addiction is a very important and serious topic. I encourage you to take 2 minutes to respond to a few of the questions below.

Were my examples of how to escape addiction what you expected?

What addictions have you overcome?

What is your biggest struggle?

If you overcame addiction, is there anything you would have done differently looking back?

What advice do you have to those who are working through their addiction?

I sincerely look forward to reading and responding to all of your comments!


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