The Power of Acceptance: Embracing Change for a Brighter Future
How many times have you made up your mind that you are going to rehab? But then the doubt: rehab - to go or not to go?
That might sound like a silly question, but many people have decided to go to rehab only to change their minds once they start feeling a little better. As the day wears on, they begin planning their next drink. They convince themselves they’ve got things under control. Perhaps their friends and family have questioned them about why they’d think they need rehab.
You absolutely do not have things under control.You are never going to be able to control your drinking if you are an alcoholic. Hint: people who are not alcoholics do not ever worry about controlling their drinking. If you are asking, 'rehab, to go or not to go?', you've really answered yourself already.Furthermore, your friends might not even know you need rehab, especially if you have hidden your drinking from them. Or maybe your friends drink as much as you do, in which case they won’t want to support you going to rehab. There could be a number of reasons.If the thought of going to rehab has ever crossed your mind, however, chances are good you need help with your addiction. Yes, it can always get worse – but how much worse does it have to get before you decide to make a change? Take this self-assessment to give you more insight about your alcohol use and why you should commit totreatment. Rehab to go or not to go? Go!
Every hangover eventually wears off. You’ll feel better when it does – until next time, when you wake up, or “come to” as the case may be. Through your haze of remorse, shame, and guilt, you promise yourself and God that “this is it! I am going to quit drinking today!” But then the cycle repeats, you begin to realize the long-term effects of alcohol abuse. Deep inside, you know you’re running out of second chances.Get off the fence. All you need to do is take the first step and contactSerenity Vista today!
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