If you are struggling with drug addiction, it is likely that you arefeeling worthless and depressed. You may be having thoughts of suicide because you feel you have no hope. You are not alone. We are all frail humans, and we share the struggles of life. We all have different brain chemistries, and your doctor can help, even if your addiction and depression are caused from a chemical imbalance.
Suicide, Addiction, and Depression
If you are thinking ofsuicide, call the SUICIDE HOTLINE right now. Someone who cares and knows how to help is waiting for your call. Your life matters.You have been perfectly and wonderfully made, and God wants to redeem your life and give you a purpose, hope, and a wonderful future.
National Suicide Prevention Hotline Call 1-800-273-8255
Why Do I Feel Worthless All The Time
If you feel hopeless and worthless all the time because of your drug addiction, because of your painful past, or because life is just plain hard, there is hope for you. Watch the video above and find out how this man beat drug addiction,and how he is reminded that he is not worthless, every time he reads his Bible. He is reminded that even on his darkest days, his worth is in Jesus Christ. You can find the same hope through a relationship with God. He loves you just as you are.
How Can I Stop Feeling Worthless and Depressed All the Time
You can find joy in your life. You don’t have to try to find your value in drugs, people, or success. Your joy can be found in a relationship with Jesus Christ. He is the answer to your feelings of worthlessness and depression. He can replace your sadness with joy, and he can help you make the choices that will lead you to feelings of happiness and worth.
There are many professionals that can help you find mental and physical health. Check with your doctor and then find a good Christian counselor who can help you find your way to God and freedom from depression, drugs, and feelings or worthlessness.
Addiction and Depression
Addition and depression are very serious matters, so please reach out for help. You may need medication for depression, combined with therapy. Your doctor can determine the best course of treatment to get you feeling great. You really can find happiness, self worth, and freedom from depression and addiction. if you or someone you love is missing out on the joy of life. You don’t have to get through it alone. There is hope and help for you.
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