Relapse prevention is simple when we focus on achieving goals rather than avoiding obstacles. This program is a minimum 3 month process.
Panic Attacks, Constant Negative Thinking, Fear driven decision making. Anxiety is extremely common in this day and age. If you suffer with Anxiety, then this program is designed for you. Get it today to learn the strategies and techniques that will ease and potentially eliminate your anxiety.
The Anger management book teaches you how to effectively express anger that communicates what needs to be said rather than blowing up it turning into verbal, emotional or physical abuse.
When someone in the family has an addiction, the whole family usually develop ways to cope with the destructive and abusive behaviours. This program helps the family identify the various roles, assess the quality of the communication, and how to practically change the roles that they have been conditioned to.
The Boundaries skills workbook addresses personal boundaries that are guidelines, rules or limits that a person creates to identify reasonable, safe and permissible ways for other people to behave towards them and how they will respond when someone passes those limits.
The Relapse Prevention workbook teaches you to implement coping skills to identify triggers, warning signs and practical steps to avoid the pitfalls that inevitably lead to relapse.
This means that when a random drug test is requested by one of their accountability partners, the individual will be willing to participate, allowing their results to speak for themselves.
We have learned from our personal journeys in recovery that weekly random drug testing is a way to give back to our loved ones, the gift of peace of mind, that we are drug free, even if our behaviours may trigger them to believe otherwise.
One of the greatest reasons many recovering addicts fall back into the destructive cycle of addiction is because of the lack of trust offered when walking on a journey of complete abstinence and to be told that we are using and that our loved ones do not believe we are clean, even after walking a journey of abstinence for an extended period of time.
This lack of trust can and often does lead to a trigger in the individual which begins the process of relapse.
Trust is one of the fundamental spiritual principles in recovery and to nurture that through evidence based accountability measures allows the recovery warrior to grow in confidence and self-assurance that this journey is worth the fight.
The family become more accustomed to the new way of life, which includes weekly drug testing. This lifestyle is not only to keep myself safe but it is one of the best gifts I can give my family and loved ones.
A relationship between my family and loved ones is a priority during the process of recovery. Drug testing allows this relationship to be more open and free, building ongoing trust and accountability.
If you want to prove that you are trustworthy, make weekly drug testing part of your recovery process and watch how your relationships change by becoming more caring and loving, both ways.