Addiction is a challenge for those who struggle with getting clean and sober. Recovery is not a straightforward path, it is full of ups and downs. A person with addiction will continue to use a substance in spite of adverse consequences. Health issues, financial problems, failed relationships and time in jail may result from drug or alcohol use but substance abuse will persist in spite of it all because addiction is a hard habit to break. With so many facets, it is important to focus on ways of finding strength in recovery.
Finding help for addiction can feel like a daunting process, particularly during the initial stages. The following tips can help an individual find strength during the more difficult parts of the recovery journey:
Asking for help is critical for individuals in recovery. It is not wrong to ask for a little extra help and assistance on the path to recovery. Stigma, misconceptions, intolerance and other things can make it difficult for people with substance abuse issues to get much needed help. In spite of the potential roadblocks, the tips provided can help an individual with addiction maintain strength needed for the journey and bring positive energy to the experience now and in the future.
Hired Power provides resources and tools to support families going through addiction. Recovery is possible with the right help and support. Contact us to find out how we can come alongside you in the journey to recovery.
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