Addiction Recovery: Ten Simple Steps to a Strong Post-Treatment Program

In the last article, I realized why it's important to have a monitoring plan to help you recover from addiction. So what needs to be included in your surveillance program?

My friend Donny has given me permission to print her study program. He has over seven years of viscosity for his credit and is still following this plan until these dates.

1. I will attend 3 AA meetings each week.

How many 12-step meetings do you think you need? If you are unsure, ask your supporter. At the beginning sobriety is often needed to attend meetings daily.

2. I will call my supporter once a week.

Remember that your supporter is your guide. He has experienced harassment, obstacles and unexpected twists and turns into self-improvement. Call him often and tell him honestly how you feel and the problems you face. The odds are very likely that he has experienced the same and can offer assistance.

3. I will attend the follow-up plan from my treatment center on Tuesday.

If the treatment center does not offer such an application, search for a 12-point study group or equivalent.

4. I will do 3 calls a week to restore people.

It is very important to contact your recovery team. You are helping each other to keep clean and sober. You need to keep remembering each other to continue working on your program. You are going to have plenty of bad days, but always remembering that you do not have to suffer one! Take your phone up, even if it's worth a thousand pounds!

5. I will eat 3 meals a day

Everyday nutrition is part of your overall recovery plan. Unless you're right, it's impossible to think or work properly. Make sure you eat 3 meals a day.

6. I will read my meditation book daily.

You must feed your mind and spirit as well as your body. A great way to feed your mind and breath is to read a brief review of one of the many inspiring daily meditation books that are available. It's a great way to start the day.

7. I will make my bed daily to remind me that I'm recovering

Choose a simple daily task like making your bed to remind you that you're in a recovery. A simple daily reminder is essential and will help strengthen your recovery plan.

8. I will practice 3-4 times a week.

Recovery from addiction involves the mind, body and spirit. Physical fitness plays a major role in recovery from addiction, but it is often minimized and considered insignificant. Regular exercise releases the endorphin of the body's natural quality of life of good biochemical compounds. Make sure that you exercise regularly and that it is in balance with the rest of your recovery schedule.

9. I will spend 20 minutes a day quietly in meditation.

Life can often become overwhelming and stressful. An effective way to calm your stressed body is to sit quietly or meditate for 20-30 minutes a day. There are numerous ways to contemplate. "Google" meditation and find a way that works for you.

10. I will read my daily monitoring schedule every morning to make sure I'm sorry.

Be responsible for monitoring your study program. The easiest way is to do a checklist and view it daily.

If you want sincerity for a long time, it's important that you follow your monitoring plan.

Live your freedom and love.

Do it now!


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