How Your Brain Can Help with Addiction & Recovery
Category: The Brain, | By: Dr. Jill | Share On Facebook
There is nothing more destructive to our brains than addiction, but millions of people around the globe struggle with insistent, overwhelming cravings—to food, alcohol, drugs, sugar, or any number of things. If you are one of them, you are not alone.
Addictions not only impact our ability to live a life of peace and emotional freedom, but they interfere with our ability to have healthy relationships. What if I told you that you have the ability to choose whether you want to live your life on automatic or live your life more consciously—a key to overcoming addiction?
If you have felt powerless or scared to move past your addictions, let us take a look at what is going on inside your brain and talk about how you have the power to change your behavior.
You have much more power over what is going on inside of yourself, and this is why I want you to learn about how your brain’s “Four Characters” deal with addiction—for FREE!
In this free chapter from my audiobook, Whole Brain Living: The Anatomy of Choice and the Four Characters That Drive Our Life, I will help you understand addiction at the cellular level and explain how we are all on our own Hero’s Journey of life. You have the power to choose to use your whole brain to embark upon recovery from your addictions with confidence, understanding, and self-respect.
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Recovery from addiction is possible but only if the part of our brain that is addicted (our Character 2) participates in the recovery process. Please let me help you find your way to peace.
From my Four Characters to yours…
Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor