The issue of drug habit / substance abuse has been a challenging issue. The troubled victims who wish to escape the addiction often talk about the great highs and lows in the period of recovery i.e. the process of kicking the habit.
Inspiring, success stories so far show recovery is a reality for addicts.
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During recovery, your emotion can be a bit tumultuous as treatment anxiety becomes so tough to handle, especially, when substance abuse has been your way of life for years.
Freelance writer Constance Ray spoke to a few recovering addicts who thought it would be difficult for them to ever live differently again, ultimately, they were able to overcome their addiction to substance abuse and make the most of their stay.
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Cody conquered his fear.
When I first got here I was scared. I was shaking — I was scared to death,” Cody narrated his experience during rehabilitation.
Cody decided to take back his life, and fortunately, he had a secret weapon that gave him the confidence boost he needed for the recovery: music, this happen to be his greatest passion – Rey writes on the official blogsite for Kevin Sprouls
I grabbed my guitar, and there was a concert going on: everybody’s eyes were all on me, and it changed my whole perspective,” he said.
It’s probably the first time I ever actually played sober, and it felt magnificent. It gave me hope. I wrote more songs in the time that I’ve been here than I have in my entire life,” Cody added
Breanna embraced the challenge.
Every recovering person will experience restlessness, frustrations and many other recovery symptoms which can impact one’s mental state and feelings, but the good news is that recovery rollercoaster will eventually get you through to a better state.
Breanna who tackled recovery head-on, said the rehabilitation process isn’t easy.
I’m not going to lie: this process of recovery isn’t easy, and it never will be for any one of us. It’s a lifelong battle. But nobody said life was going to be easy. They just promised that it would be worth it — and now I know that.
Life is a beautiful struggle, and it is what you make it. You’ve got to be that change you wish to see in the world.”
Tiffany was reluctant from the start, but compassion helped her.
At first I didn’t like coming here. I didn’t like the idea of it, and when I got here, I tried to run. I did leave,” Tiffany recalled.
Tiffany was so unconvinced the rehabilitation will work. But, the compassion of one of her counselors convinced her to go for the recovery process.
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A great man that cared more about me than I cared for myself told me, ‘Let me help you.’ And I believed him,” she said.
No matter who you are or what you’ve been through, what kind of walks of life you’ve lived, if there comes the point where it’s unmanageable, then you need help. And you know what? The biggest step you could take in life is actually to take that step,” she said.
Tiffany found out that, everyone needs help sometimes – the solution, which sometimes seems too hard, is to seek for it.