How to quit illegal drugs
Since, there is an epidemic disease in this Country of the use of illegal drugs I found that putting down three simple steps to begin a recovery. Perhaps you have a family member that is going through this phase be a close friend? Perhaps is yourself that have a drug addiction.
First step is to accept there is a drug problem going on. Keep a journal of your inner self. Write down about your childhood experiences good or bad. Accepting the cause why you want to escape from reality is an important step for your healing. Maybe you want to write down about your relationship with your parents. Did you grow up with both parents? Perhaps you only grew up with one parent. You may want to write down about any child abuse experience. Your emotions play a big role in this because sometimes adults can affect the self –esteem of a child. When you begin to write down everything, you will see what areas in your life has been damage and where you need to work on.
Second, think what got you hooked on that particular drug when you examine yourself deep inside one can discover new things. Writing about the reaction to the drug helps to see how your behavior changes with it or without it. You may want to write
down how you felt afterwards you took that drug. Reading about that feeling down the road can help you not to go into that stage again. Getting help from professionals is useful because some have experience the same thing you have experience. Some professionals have a story to tell about themselves. Attending to a support group session will help to share your experiences with others that are going through the same issues. It helps you realize what you have lost to be hooked on something that is destroying you. Also having your close friends and family involve helps overcome any challenges in relapsing. They can help you with other resources to gain...