If you find yourself in the cycle of only identifying the problem, ask yourself, do I have the want and the willingness to change something? But continuing to just ponder the problem, leads to frustration, tension and guilt. In the case of addiction, not changing can and does lead to harsher outcomes. <div style="margin-top: 0px; margin-bottom: 0px;" class="sharethis-inline-share-buttons" data-url=https://fromaddict2advocate.com/how-would-your-life-improve-if-you-changed/></div>Read More How Would Your Life Improve If You Changed?
The difference is once you get past that first one, you have acquired the skills to do so, as well as the confidence that you can do it again. Any wall you will face in the future will feel a lot smaller, and a lot less in<div style="margin-top: 0px; margin-bottom: 0px;" class="sharethis-inline-share-buttons" data-url=https://fromaddict2advocate.com/recovery-life-happens-side-wall/></div>Read More Recovery: Life Happens on the Other Side of the Wall