Relapse and the Addict Exact figures are impossible to determine, but somewhere between 60 and 80 percent of all addicts relapse at least once before achieving permanent recovery. So 8 stages of addict relapse and what to do is a big deal. Confusion of the addict and family is always the first BIG mistake we […]
30 Minute Positive affirmations for addiction recovery Enjoy positive affirmations for addiction recovery for freedom of Substance Dependence and Alcohol and Drug Addiction. Spoken Meditation to transcend Addiction: Help for Substance Abuse, Gambling, Alcohol, drugs, depressions and anxiety. Don’t ever underestimate Positive affirmations for addiction recovery. They work wonders when practiced regularly. You know, there […]
When addicts and co-addicts and those with emotional issues (EA) begin to feel the pain that develops over the course of the progression of their perspective illnesses, they will look for something outside of themselves to explain the problems they or others are experiencing. This inclination to blame others represents the core of every addict and co-addict’s DENIAL. We call it Addiction is a Blame Game.
12 OF THE REWARDS OF ADDICTION RECOVERY When first entering recovery, many of us find ourselves with a few doubts and reservations. We fear that it might become harder to make friends once we can no longer go to a bar and buy a few rounds. Perhaps we fear that we may lose the friends […]
Learning to live Just for Today Addiction recovery just for today means living one Day At a Time. One of the best ways to stop worrying and start living is to take things one day at a time. Forget what has happened in the past that you cannot change and don’t worry about what might […]
Thoughts and recovery I always tell my clients that attend our retreat center that the seven most important words ever strung together for me are age old. “As you think so shall you be.” We have 60 000 thoughts each day, often the problem is we think the same thoughts day in and day out. […]
Perspective in recovery Changing the way we look at ‘problems’, or finding perspective in recovery, is often the first step towards making positive changes in our lives. Perspective in recovery can be everything; don’t underestimate its value for a minute. Awareness of what is real, is far more potent than working on areas of ourselves […]