How to overcome withdrawal symptoms: Honesty
When it comes to getting clean and going through the rehabilitation process, one of the most important things and challenges is being honest. Each time I used a drug, I was feeding myself a lie about how this drug was good for me. Thinking that your choice drug is good for you in any way, then suffice it to say you are an addict. And the choice is yours, you can either address it get into rehab, or recognize that you are an addict and move on to life. But realizing that you are an addict and simply moving on with their life, does not guarantee quality of life or length of life. There is nothing wrong with asking for help. It’s called being honest.
Honesty is a significant thing. No matter if I’m clean or not, my lies reached the same consciousness hub, which opens the doorway to old habitual addiction behaviors. It’s for that reason of it is highly important to me to keep my mind and heart clean and free from drugs. But furthermore to have the ability to express honestly about my feelings, behaviors and emotions.