How well do you know you? Okay, to be more specific your Personality, its many Traits, Characteristics and or possibilities disorder? Was it even taken into consideration during your treatment, Relapse Prevention planning and along with your efforts to stay in your Sobriety and Recovery.
Repeat Relapsing is an issue in Recovery due to the return to the number one issue that challenges most human being – the unwillingness to sit with opportunities for solving and grow spiritually or emotionally. In addition to enhance our capacity to truly forgive and accept ourselves, our life situation or circumstances readily to be empowered and have conscious choices to embrace change especially in Recovery. Why Repeat Relapsing is an issue in Recovery
Wrapped up in a Lapse and double layered in a bag full of guilt and shame if you have really gone through a thorough Change READINESS coaching and relapse prevention Planning. So this next #smahooBIT step and intervention is critical to your successfull Recovery relapseREScue.
Lots of people talk about changing, wanting sincerely to do so but despite their best efforts to change their behaviours, they are still stuck in the Pre-contemplation stage of change readiness and commitment to changing.
Learn Shirvington Hannays signature 2nd smahooBIT Brief Intervention to RESCUE yourSELF from a RElapse.
Learn Shirvington Hannays signature 1st smahooBIT Brief Intervention to RESCUE yourSELF from a RElapse.
It takes the alignment of several key ingredients and self intrinsic motivational factor coming together for a person to move from wanting to change to commitment and motivation to undertake starting the process of behavioural change.
Looking at what are the predisposition factors that are use to position the Disease Model of Addiction.
From “like a Disease” to “Is a Disease”, how did we get here? How did E. M. Jellinek’s analogy for Alcoholism being like a “Disease” evolved into “Addiction is a Disease?” EPISODE 2.
From “like a Disease” to “Is a Disease”, how did we get here? How did E. M. Jellinek’s analogy for Alcoholism being like a “Disease” evolved into “Addiction is a Disease?” EPISODE 1.