With Every Addiction, “Infants” Are Trying to Meet Their Needs

With Every Addiction,
“Infants” Are Trying to Meet Their Needs

September 11, 2019 2



With Every Addiction…

“Infants” Are Trying to Meet their Needs. In this workbook, Anne explains that developmental delay of the human heart and mind is the core of addiction. When dependent infants are not given what they need to psychologically grow, they learn to depend on what they are given.

When bonding with the consistent presence of a loving adult is not possible, they bond with what is present and what “adults” most attend to, which may be drugs, sex, money, machines, and so on. This book is a vital tool for anyone struggling with an addiction or an addict, as well as those who counsel them.

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  1. Anon says:

    Today, many of us are addicts – to food, alcohol, sex, gambling, and you name it. The medical establishment drops the ball in ignoring the call for help in each dependency. Dr. R’s book is a different, heartfelt perspective of what causes addiction. Are we addicts just trying to block out or perhaps re-create forgotten childhood trauma? Are we afraid of the truth? Read this book. It may be talking to you!

    -Been There, Done That

  2. Anon says:

    As I read this workbook, I realized my inability to help the person I loved most in life, my partner. We were both drug abusers, and he could not escape his being trapped in infancy because I myself was trapped in infancy. I was a meth addict struggling with sobriety still after four years of sobriety while trying to help my partner realize our only salvation as a couple was reaching sobriety together.

    My inner child became his enabler to remain trapped in infancy. I fell off the wagon because I couldn’t stand the pain he felt, both of us still trapped in infancy.

    My unconditional love for him was not enough. I forgave him over and over again for his violent episodes of abuse towards me until I had to give up and save myself. My inner strength was not enough to keep myself in check. I feel as if I failed him as well as myself.

    Through the information in this book, I’m discovering my infant faults. With God’s help and my faith in Jesus Christ, I can only hope and pray that my ex-partner will someday discover his faults and find the faith that miracles do happen in our lives today, just as they did when Jesus was on this earth. We need merely understand human development and seek God’s unique plan for our growth!

    A Reader

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