Recovering from addiction is rarely successful when someone goes it alone. This is particularly true of detox. Simply abstaining from a drug isn’t recovery. In fact, attempts to control your use of a substance without the right support is a symptom of addiction.
Research consistently shows successful recovery can be gauged by the company you keep. Surround yourself with folks committed to sobriety, and you improve your chances of staying sober.
Combining individual therapy and group therapy in treatment gives people in recovery a stronger chance to heal. The addicted brain can be cunning and baffling. The bigger your team and the more tools you bring to recovery, the better.
Whether you are new to recovery or an old-timer, it’s never a bad thing to take an inventory. What will make your recovery stronger in 2020? We’ve put together five steps for your 2020 “resolutions.”
While my life is unique, my journey to sobriety is like that of millions of others who have successfully overcome addiction. I hope, if you’re struggling with addiction yourself, this may provide you with some encouragement and proof that you’re not alone.
Chances are, if you’ve been assessed and diagnosed recently, you’ve heard some daunting medical terms thrown around. Into Action will help clarify the medical jargon, so you get a better handle on your own recovery.
Into Action offers ten tips for those in recovery to make staying sober this holiday easier, even when life at home is far from perfect.
Initially, don’t expect newly recovering people to provide much in terms of amends. Instead, they need to focus on getting through one more day without using substances. How then, does a family shaped by addiction provide support when their loved one is new to recovery? If the wounds are still fresh, how do you move forward? How do you act supportive when, inside, you still feel angry and hurt?
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