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How to Make Getting Sober a New Year’s Resolution

You might be asking yourself if you are crazy to be getting sober at New Year’s. You are not. There is no time like the present to become sober right now. It does not matter that this is the time of the year that many folks get hammered because of the holidays. Focus on you and what you need to do. Having a problem with drugs and alcohol is something that needs to be taken care of. The most important resolutions are meant to bring about changes with things that have become a problem.

Most New Year’s resolutions invoke something having to do with health issues and use support to do it. This is no different. Drugs and alcohol deteriorate the body like nobody’s business and most people that are struggling with addiction need help to stop.

 

  • Get involved in a 12-Step Program

 

Becoming part of a recovery program such as Alcoholic Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA), can make the difference in your sobriety. A 12-Step Program outlines the method of how to get sober and stay sober. The best part about getting involved in a 12-Step Program is that you do not have to do alone. There are people that are just like you waiting to support you in your need.

 

  • Support is key

 

Having people around you that you relate to or that truly understand the pain that has been caused from your addiction can be substantive to your recovery. Isolating only makes matters worse because you are unable to work through the issues that need to be resolved. Ask for help and give back that support when you can.

 

  • Make getting sober your number one priority

 

There will always be something in your mind that is more important than getting sober until you get sober. Once you do get sober, putting your sobriety first will make everything fall into place more effortlessly. The honest truth is that everything suffers while you are active in your addiction. You are unable to take of the care of things that need to be taken care of when you are impaired by drugs and alcohol.

 

  • Look for longevity instead of instant gratification

 

It is normal to want the things you want when you want them. There is a process that must take place with sobriety that just cannot happen overnight. Application to recovery principles and solution is what will help to keep you sober one day at a time.

The best resolution you can make for New Year’s, or any day for that matter, is to stay sober. Addiction causes turmoil and by living in the resolution, you are on the right track to make the firm decision of recovery.

 

 

 

 

 

Serenity Oaks Wellness Center can show someone struggling with addiction a better solution to staying sober. Our holistic therapy and 12-Step aspects combined, can be the resolution to help adorn the soul.

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