Christine C Sponsler

About: Originally launched October 2020 under the Umbrella Brand of Sponsler Ink, Am I Addicted? is on a mission to help addicts, their family, and their friends to better understand how to take godly steps toward an addiction FREE lifestyle. Am I Addicted? focuses on creating a safe and secure environment for every friend and family member, including the addict to better understand this disease, disorder, decision. Are you addicted? The answers are in the blogs (articles), books, and courses which Am I Addicted? has created and will present to our beautiful readers. Am I addicted? will create steps onto a pathway where you make positive godly steps toward an addiction FREE life. Am I Addicted? Mission: To provide actionable steps for growth and movement toward an addiction FREE life through blogs (articles), books, courses, and coaching. Am I Addicted? Vision: To encourage addicts, their friends, and their family members to turn obstacles into opportunities through the power of stories (blogs/articles), actionable advice (courses), and life lessons (coaching and courses) about addiction and the hope of an addiction FREE life. Inspiration: You have a friend who is not making godly decisions and is harming themselves with drugs or alcohol. They appear to have no hope. They appear lost forever. Am I Addicted? can be the listening ear (the coach) needed to support and guide you through these tough times. You have a family member which you are forced to watch make decisions that are killing them. You are a family member who fears that there is no hope for your loved one to find release from this life of addiction. Am I addicted? will be the coach needed to get on your knees for the addicted loved one and find His hope for your life and the life of the addict. Maybe you are stuck in a codependent relationship with an addict. Am I addicted? will be your prayer warrior, your coach, and remind you that you are not alone. God is with you, and your addicted family member. Any scenario concerning addiction will be met with blogs (articles), courses, books, and coaching to help you find His hope. Am I addicted? is a safe zone to vent, to scream (through text), and then to breathe as you focus on the steps that you can take to remain hopeful, joyful, encouraged, and to find His peace. Personal About (Bio) Christine C Sponsler (blogger, author, coach): Am I addicted? is not an objective blog post forum. The blogger (Christine) is a recovered addict (yes, you read that right, RECOVERED). RECOVERED by the blood of Jesus! She was an addict for 25 years (clean for 19 years) and she understands the struggle from watching certain family members struggle with their addiction and from her own addictive behaviors. Christine was an addictions counselor for almost 13 years and has an M-Div/Professional Ministry, and an MA/Human Services Counseling-Life Coaching and has credentials for Life Coaching as well. Her life coaching practice is Encouraging Circle of Life-Coaching and she enjoys helping addicts, family members of addicts, and addiction coaches learn more about the addicted mind and the behaviors associated with them. Finding His Encouragement: Am I Addicted? believes that encouragement supplies the courage required to achieve addiction FREE living. And addiction will no longer have the hold that it has over your life if you are willing to take the necessary steps toward godly living. Am I Addicted? aims to share the love that God has for each of you today, tomorrow, and always. Blessings and honor, Christine C Sponsler Sponsler Ink and Encouraging Circle of Life-Coaching Encouragement Takes Courage: Building Each Other Up in Him

Empowering Each Other

Empowering each other causes God’s power to flow through us. Addiction is an isolating and debilitating disease and when an addict hears words of encouragement, they will not forget them.

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Addiction Hits Home Here

Families do not always understand this disease and believe that the addict chooses to be addicted. Maybe that first snort, or puff, or drink is a choice, but from then on, it is more than a choice, it becomes a festering disease.

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Why Do Daddies Leave?

No matter what happens to the relationship we have with our human daddies (and mommies), we can always rely upon our heavenly Abba Father to be with us throughout our struggles and pain.

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