Common Addiction

People with an addiction do not have control over what they are doing, taking or using. Their addiction may reach a point at which it is harmful.

Addictions do not only include physical things we consume, such as alcohol, but may include virtually anything, such abstract things as gambling – in other words, addiction may refer to a substance dependence  or behavioral addiction.

In the past, addiction used to refer just to psychoactive substances that cross the blood-brain barrier, temporarily altering the chemical balance of the brain; this would include alcohol, tobacco and some drugs. A considerable number of psychologists, other health care professionals and lay people now insist that psychological dependency, as may be the case with gambling, sex, internet, work, exercise, etc. should also be counted as addictions, because they can also lead to feelings of guilt, shame, hopelessness, despair, failure, rejection, anxiety and/or humiliation.

When a person is addicted to something they cannot control how they use it, and become dependent on it to cope with daily life.

Below are people who seeked for help and today they got clean from addictions:


If you would like to be one of them join us on the Addiction Cleansing Therapy session on the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.

If you are interested to find out more about the Addiction Cleansing Therapy and can’t wait until the 26th of June, we have the ACT meetings every Sunday at 6pm at the Rainbow Theatre.