You cannot elimiate triggers or cravings 100%. However, you can learn to anticipate and manage them. Read here for a self-help guide to addressing cravings in addiction recovery.
Is there a way to avoid relapse? Find out why professional support is critical to sobriety and who you need to be seeing on a regular basis…more here.
No, not really. Triggers can stay with you for the rest of your life. But you don’t need to act on them. A guide on best practices for addressing triggers for people in addiction recovery. Read more here.
The key to partying is a change of mindset. Stop looking at your sobriety as a life WITHOUT drugs and alcohol. Instead, try focusing on sobriety as a new chapter WITH fun, laughter, health and joy. Find out which activities can help you achieve this here.
What’s it like to relapse? If you’re struggling for your sanity, you’re not alone. Join Glenn as he relates what it’s like and how he plans to make another go of recovery. We’re behind you, Glenn!
An article with 5 practical tips to getting started towards improved self-awareness. Learn how to identify and prevent relapse triggers with these beginning steps.
Does labeling objects and situations as “triggers” give them more power over you? It can be scary to live in a world where you are surrounded by relapse triggers. Good news: You may be able to beat them by viewing them differently. Learn more here.
In this article, Dr. Walton will discuss strategies that minimize risk of relapse during the treatment process. More tips for practitioners here.
Why is taking care of yourself so important to addiction recovery? We review the planning stages of relapse and how you can avoid it through self-care here.
5 things that can cause relapse include: old haunts and friends, internal justifications, toxic relationhips, unhealthy choices, and stress. More on how to manage these triggers here.