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Brad 6:20I had become obsessed with my own success. I was so accustomed to being defined by my talents and expectations that I sought job titles and salaries to justify my existence. That quickly twisted to seeking other women and partying too hard. I was slowly building a house of cards. When I lost control and crossed even more lines, it cost me my job and nearly my family. I had to make a choice: to continue asserting my own will for my life and likely repeat my shame, or surrender my life to something more. While I still battle temptation, I've never felt so free as when I gave my life to God's will over my own.

Anonymous 3:3I never really felt the loneliness until it hit me like a bag of bricks. Our lives had been so busy that there was always a distraction. Once things settled, I couldn't control the depression and the only relief was drinking. It started casually enough, but I soon began hiding my own stashes because I was embarrassed. It hit rock bottom when I was passed out at a liquor store and had to be picked up by a friend. I didn't know what was wrong with me, but I knew I needed help. After months and therapists, we finally found I was bipolar. The alcohol was my self-medication. Once we knew how to fix it, things started to turn around and I finally feel normal.

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