learning how to help yourself change for the better
One in every 10 Americans over the age of 12 is addicted to drugs or alcohol. Even with treatment, recovery is difficult. It's estimated that as many as 60 percent of people in treatment relapse. Great strides are being made in the medical community to combat the growing epidemic of substance abuse. The government has also taken steps to integrate drug rehabilitation and mental health care into primary healthcare systems. All of these advances would not be possible if it weren't for modern technology.
When it comes to alcohol rehab, the sentiment that an individual won't succeed in treatment until he or she is ready to make a change is often true. Whether your family and friends have been gently recommending the idea of rehab or not, it's important for you to decide when it's time to make a change. Even though self-assessment can be difficult, try to neutrally look at your drinking habits and consider the impact that they're having on your life.
Sometimes, controlling what we do, how we feel and how we react to things is out of our control. Without guidance, we may never learn how to help ourselves through a difficult life and learn how to adapt to living a happy and enjoyable life. My blog is all about helping yourself learn how to be happy. You will learn many things - from how to reverse your thinking to a more positive thought to putting a stop to overeating when you feel badly. I hope that what I have learned during this short, difficult life will help others improve their own lives.
One in every 10 Americans over the age of 12 is ad …
When it comes to alcohol rehab, the sentiment that …