Why Can't I Just Stop?

Unmasking The False Reasons For Continuing


We do things for reasons. Often we continue a habit without ever challenging why we are doing it. If we are going to stop, then we must expose the myths behind our reasons for continuing.

Addiction is a liar. It promises relief, solutions, happiness, and wellbeing, but it does not produce any of that. It is only relieving its own symptoms. That is right—an addiction creates its own need for more, starting the addiction cycle all over again. Don’t let this point go past you. Addiction has a rebound effect and a lot of what we feel we need the addiction for is, in reality, the addiction’s need to quiet its own symptoms. If you don’t work on what caused the addiction in the first place, you won’t eliminate the need your addiction is filling. Instead, you continue in the addiction loop by satisfying the craving your addiction causes. Don’t confuse this with not wanting to quit. If you could find a genie and have one wish granted—that you could wake up in the morning with no desire to ever have your addiction again and no fear of quitting—you would jump at the chance. Who wouldn’t? Just think of it: no repercussions and no desire for it! Yes, of course you want to quit. And here is the good news: You can wake up that way! You can be a non-addicted person!

Your Instructor

Ronald Ovitt
Ronald Ovitt

Ron Ovitt is an author, ordained minister, pastoral counselor, recovery

coach, podcaster, and public speaker. Ron is a Change Agent. Besides being in the ministry,

Ron has studied both at the undergraduate and

graduate level in Clinical Psychology and has participated in many different

seminars and courses. Well-read in the latest research, Ron has a grasp on

the latest in neuroscience, trauma recovery, and anxiety and has training in

practices such as Neurofeedback, EMDR, CPT, Poly Vagal Theory,

Somatic Experiencing, and PTSD Growth techniques. Ron is an expert in the integration of

Christianity and Psychology.

Ron has had successful recovery and homeless ministries. It was then that he started teaching about the emotional issues involving addiction, anxiety and how we can change. He has lectured on

Emotional Resilience over 500 times and has an online following of thousands. He specializes in emotional resilience, anxiety, habits, relationships, and Christian spirituality and discipleship.

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