Becoming motivated for recovery involves three things.
The first is sensitizing yourself to the reality and pain of your addiction.
Next is developing hope that recovery will be a better solution than addicting.
Then you remove roadblocks to change, including arranging for the help needed to enter recovery.
Succeed in your recovery
As in life, success in recovery entails overcoming obstacles, including episodes of readdiction. For many, readdiction can be the most valuable part of the recovery process, as these are the times when learning and growth often occur. Embrace mistakes and failures, including readdicting, as opportunities to learn and grow.
Success also entails patience and perseverance. The person who succeeds in life gets up one time more than they fall. Keep getting up. Recovery takes time. Don’t lose hope. As the saying goes, it is often darkest before dawn. Many people must go through a period of great pain in order to heal and transform their lives. Have faith in yourself and the process of recovery. If you look, you will see many people as bad off as you or even worse who managed to recover. You can too if you simply persist, one day at a time, doing your best to do the next right thing, and humbly asking for help along the way.
Sections TO DISCOVER
- Get Motivated
- Addressing Ambivalence
- Preparing for Recovery
- Recovery Plan Steps
- Entering Treatment
- Succeed in Your Recovery
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