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Stephanie Reck

Stephanie has a heart and passion to see broken lives restored and redeemed through Jesus Christ. She writes through her personal experiences and her educational and professional background. She has over 17 years experience in counseling, and has a Master's degree in Social Work, Bachelor's degree in Psychology, and is a Licensed Belief Therapist. Stephanie has been married for 16 years,and has one grown son. Stephanie's desire through her writings is to bring hope and encouragement to the body of Christ, that no matter what you have been though or going through, there is restoration and redemption through Jesus Christ.

What to Expect In Your First Year of Recovery

Getting help for any addiction is no easy task, and the first year of recovery can be challenging to say the least. Knowing what to expect the first year of recovery can help alleviate some of the stress that can accompany the vast changes and the unknowns. Recovery progress will ...

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How to Cope with a Recovering Drug Addict or Alcoholic

Addiction effects the entire family. After recovery or even during recovery, the family will face consequences of the addict’s poor choices such as financial difficulties and health problems due to the chronic stress of dealing with an addict. When a family member who is in recovery comes back into the ...

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Take a Step Back and Breathe in the Holy Spirit

This last month of my life has been like a whirlwind. I have had major changes come into my life–good changes but they have disrupted my normal routine. I have tried so desperately to connect to God this month, but I have been consumed with the cares of this life. ...

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How to Effectively Cope with Change and Transition

Just recently I had a major unexpected change come into my life, and it has drastically altered my daily schedule. Many times when life takes a dramatic turn we initially feel displaced or out-of-sorts. Times of transition in our lives can cause disorientation, mental/physical fatigue, lowered immune system, sleeplessness, agitation, ...

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