Control is a contentious word when it comes to recovery. Often, a perceived lack of control contributes to our depression, frustration, failing mental health, and addictive behavior. Grasping blindly for control can become self-injurous. By empowering ourselves, we can fight our need to control everything by controlling what we can.
A Friendly Reminder That Your Life Is An Unfinished Story Continuing Into 2020.
Guess what? There a few things that we can do for others that seem small, but that will likely have a great impact on their lives.
Graduate from our program as someone who is smarter, wiser, and more productive in life. Here are three terms that describe what it's like to be in recovery with CRC.
Temptation constantly fights to grab hold of you in various aspects of your life. It wages its strongest war against you as you try to recover from alcohol and substance abuse. The good news is that you can use effective strategies to squash the temptation and take control of your life.