Letting Go And Grieving The Loss Of An Addiction

Grieving the loss of an addiction is a very common and powerful experience that all too often goes unacknowledged. Once you’re in recovery, it can feel almost blasphemous to talk about the parts of your addiction that made you happy, the things you miss and the things you mourn.

And yet, acknowledging the full reality of your addiction, the good and the bad, can be deeply healing and help you cope with the conflicting emotions so many feel during the recovery process. After all, drugs or alcohol were your constant companion, your coping mechanism, your escape route and your priority for many months, years or even decades.

Find out all you need to know, along with tips and ideas to make the most of this highly important occasion and a step in the right direction for your recovery.

Substance Addiction & Suicide

Considered one of the nation’s greatest health epidemics by many in the medical and mental health fields, suicide is one of the top leading causes of death in the United Kingdom, along with the consequences that addiction can cause, such as overdosing, especially among young people.

The suicide rate of 11.2 deaths per 100,000 population recorded by the Office for National Statistics. This must change, we have the ability to do it, hopefully with this dissemination and public awareness of information, we can all help and make change!…

Fear – Is It Holding You Back? Find Out What You Can Do About It…

Overcoming fears that we experience in active addiction and recovery can be a daunting and scary prospect to think about and overcome.

Knowing what to be aware of and having the knowledge, skills and techniques to deal with them when they arise or when you are ready to deal with your fears.

The sooner you do, the easier and happier you will be.