Alcohol-Rehab offers Stabilization for Abstinence, Sobriety, and Serenity. Choose Life and Health.
Alcohol-Rehab can be a Personal Place to start Recovery.
Rehab: A Place In Time Where You Can Rediscover And Rebuild Your Life.
After Alcohol-Rehab stabilizes us for Addictions Recovery, we can begin to rebuilt our lives through abstinence and sobriety so we can experience a life of peace and serenity.
Our goal for Alcohol-Rehab, alcoholism treatment and recovery is balance --- that precious middle ground.
As you are probably aware, substance abuse and codependency recovery means shifting our relationship with ourselves and with the others in our life.
So many of us have bounced from one extreme to another, often on a day-to-day basis. We’ve had years and years of taking care of everyone but ourselves. Usually followed by periods of time when we often refused to focus on anyone’s needs but our own.
However, today I let go of my big and little guilty feelings. I trust myself to know when my boundaries are being violated.
The Stress-Relief screen below explores the boundaries of your self concept for a new relationship with yourself as part of your Alcohol-Rehab.
New Boundaries and an adjusted Self Concept will help Recovery.
I understand that recovery from substance abuse addiction means learning to let go and to build new boundaries in my relationships, especially with myself.
It is often difficult for us to realize how effectively we design and create our sense of self. In that we build and maintain our self concept. This self concept then affects or sets off actions in the external “physical” world.
We determine more, than we are usually willing to admit, of what happens to us.
We set the premise of our actions by establishing, or allowing them to be implemented. Or by our setting them in place ourselves.
We said the goal for our Alcohol-Rehab for addictions recovery is balance, that precious middle ground, where we can free our energies, and which enables us to creatively work with the inevitable.
The aim of life, all life, and all the recovery work we do in our self concept mind-scape, including the focus of our mind tools, is to seek unity, order, in the middle of complexity.
We need to put the elements of our life into some kind of understandable scheme or order. To regain our sense of self. My sense of me. Your sense of you.
What does rediscover your life mean to you?
It could mean genuine personal awareness and action. It could mean freedom from SNUPs, Martians, and Drain People and their recovery sabotage.
Alcohol-Rehab can stabilize and detoxify us for reclaiming our lives through abstinence and sobriety.
You’ll find some excellent suggestions for Rehab on our Centers and Facilities for Addictions Treatment and Recovery help screens and on our Addictions Services and Programs for Substance Abuse Referral screens.
Usable quality Resources are an essentiaal part of your Personal Awareness.
A special part of this personal awareness is the recognition that we do indeed need to Avoid the near occasions of temptation. That means don’t go where you’ll be tempted to fall off the wagon, relapse, and start abusing again.
When a person has always consumed alcohol in the same environment or situation, an encounter with that familiar stimuli will reactivate the feeling of need for the substance and make it almost irresistible.
So, even after years of abstinence and sobriety taking a single drink can set off a powerful craving to consume more and more. There seems to be no room for cheating. Only no tolerance can ensure our abstinence and sobriety.
Regularly consuming alcohol actually changes our brain circuitry. This makes the “drink you under the table” guys especially at risk. Changes in brain chemistry as well as genes play a role in our sensitivity to alcohol.
Addiction is any compulsive, habitual behavior that limits the freedom of our human desire and choice.
Even when alcoholics look at pictures of beer and wine the regions of their brains that control attention are more aroused than non-alcoholics. Avoiding the “near occasions of temptation” is really a matter of choice: sobriety or relapse.
Apparently no particular personality type is more prone to becoming dependent. Alcohol is an equality addiction.
Genes and excess alcohol consumption, just drinking too much, too often, is the culprit. You must want to live in abstinence even for the new medications to help.
Alcohol Rehab is usually time limited. While Recovery is day-to-day, hour-by-hour for life. Those “feel good” highs are mighty attractive, even if we know they don’t last and so are not fulfilling.
After the addictive high we’re left with our original pain and the loss of our numbed senses. No doubt about it, we’re powerless over our mood/mind altering chemicals, in whatever form we get them. We need help from beyond ourselves.