For someone suffering from #addiction, #anxiety, #depression, or any other co-occurring disorders, it can be a great time to try to utilize this tool to one’s own advantage.
#Suicideprevention is a proactive stance and thus requires someone to begin to #actimmediately when they suspect that a family member or loved one may be at risk of suicide.
#Addiction to drugs or alcohol usually involves a discussion about someone’s own #tolerance. The body can become used to the effects of drugs or alcohol and #demand that more be used at a time in order to get the desired feeling.
The sheer magnitude of addiction recovery can feel overwhelming for most people, especially in the early stages of recovery. Being asked to reflect on their own relationships with friends and family, as well as acknowledge the detriments that alcohol or drugs have had on someone’s life, is a very tall order.
If a person in recovery finds something they want to sink their time into, it is important to support that hobby, and try to understand it. Here are a few tips for finding a hobby in recovery.
A support group needs to be supportive through the process and inviting to the person for the recovery to be effective.
There are therapeutic modalities that can help one communicate without actually having to talk. Music and art are helpful tools for communication.
It is important to get out into the “real world” and not get stuck in the recovery bubble. Tips for putting your skills to the test and getting out there!
Learning new skills is an important part of recovery, and learning to cook can keep you healthy. Learn more about the benefits here.
Simply getting outside to take a walk during recovery can yield many benefits in your day-to-day life. Here is a list of benefits to help motivate you to go outside.