Addiction Recovery and Willingness

Learning more about methods for achieving recovery from an addiction during the Living in Balance portion of Promises Austin drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs includes a session focusing on the topic of spirituality and what that is and means in the life of a drug addict or alcoholic.

You will have learned about the H.O.W. acronym by this point and will have discussed the importance of both honesty and open-mindedness in achieving successful recovery from an addiction.At this point, the discussion will turn to the meaning and importance of willingness as a spiritual aspect of your recovery program. All three of these subjects, attitudes and behaviors work together for the most effective addiction recovery results.

Commitment to Recovery from an Addiction

Once you have been honest about your situation and the need for change and then have been open-minded to ideas for making positive choices that involve change in your life, you then have to be willing to actually make those changes that you have recognized you needed and learned about ways to accomplish.

Making changes is not always easy and can be especially difficult for the recovering drug addict or alcoholic. For this reason, you will have to truly be committed to taking the necessary actions to change, whether or not they come naturally or easily for you.

One example that you will learn about in this portion of your addiction treatment program is the daily action of inventorying your strengths and weaknesses.

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Professionals at Promises Austin treat you as a unique individual and much more than just an addiction. That’s why our supportive, experienced counselors, who regularly help guests from Texas, Colorado, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, New York and Florida, will work closely with you to assist you in ending your alcohol dependence or drug dependence.

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