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Do I Have a Choice in My Addiction?

Do I Have a Choice in My Addiction?

If you are struggling with drugs and alcohol you may feel like you are out of choices. One of the most detrimental choices you can have in your recovery is whether you should keep drinking and using or should you get sober. If you continue down the path you are going in your addiction, you will continue to face more consequences the longer you that you choose to keep going.

There are people who battle drugs and alcohol that do not face terrible consequences such as DUIs or losing their job, and still manage to keep their loved ones close to them. The still result in locking themselves up their own personal prison that keeps them from feeling like they are worthwhile in this world. To fill the void of self-pity and self-loathing, they get loaded so they can suppress their negative feelings to opt out of receiving their pain.

You do have a choice when it comes to stopping the insanity of doing the same thing over and over again trying to get different results. If you take a chance in putting down the drugs and alcohol to begin living in your recovery, you will get to live a more fulfilling life. Withdrawals and fear are often the culprits that will keep you abusing drugs and alcohol. By getting sober you can get help with your symptoms of withdrawal and to walk through your fears to get to the other side of your addiction.

Your addiction is what you have chosen to define you in the past. Start anew in the present to let your strength define who you are in your recovery. What you do today will affect you in your future. With recovery, you can be free and liberated with the sky as the limit. You have lived in enough pain for long enough and this is your time to enjoy what recovery can provide you with.

Life can be challenging when you begin to live a new life in sobriety although you do not have to go through it alone. Make the choice to reach out for help so that you can have a better chance at staying sober for the long haul. The choices that you get to make in recovery can certainly be more rewarding than you could have ever imagined.  

Serenity Oaks Wellness Center is a 5-week extensive treatment facility that helps someone with an alcohol or drug addiction get the help that they need. Our well-trained staff can be instrumental in helping our clients to achieve sobriety by showing them how to adorn their soul in recovery.

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