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Will You Be Able to Find Sobriety in the New Year?

The best time to break free of addiction is today, but the New Year can be an excellent time to begin again in life – this explains why there tends to be a significant increase in the number of individuals looking for addiction help in January. Christmas can also be a difficult time for alcoholics because there is so much stress and excuses to overindulge; many hit their rock bottom at this time of year.

How to Find Sobriety in 2014

Sobriety is definitely something that you can achieve in the New Year if you are suitably motivated and willing to do the right things. This can be an opportunity for you to transform your life for the better, but you have to go about things the right way. Below are a few suggestions on how you can increase the likelihood of recovery in the New Year:

  • There isn’t anything special about those who manage to break away from addiction other than the fact that they become willing to do whatever it took to change their life. It is this total and utter determination that means they succeed where others fail. The reality is that this type of major transformation requires all or your inner strength and resolve. If you offer anything less than 100 per cent commitment, it will make things much harder.
  • One of the other key components of being able to successfully break away from addiction is the willingness to get the right type of help. If you refuse to consider options like rehab, you may be doing yourself a great disservice. The reality is that if it were going to be easy for you to break away from addiction without any help, you probably would have done it by now already. Maybe it is time for you try something different, and the New Year provides the perfect opportunity for you to do this.
  • The other key to breaking away from addiction is not allowing relapse to be an option. You need to be positive or else you will not be able to put in sufficient effort to creating this new life. Those individuals who approach recovery with a pessimistic attitude often create a self-fulfilling prophecy; the fact that they expect to fail creates the conditions for them to fail. You may have heard that relapse is a normal part of recovery, but this does not mean that you need to do this in order to get better. It is definitely possible for you to end your addiction now and never go back.
  • The other key to finding sobriety in the New Year is to have realistic expectations. Do not expect everything to just fall into place right away. You did not fall into the depths of addiction right away, and your recovery is not going to happen overnight either. It is also important to keep in mind that the goal is not for you to get back to where you were before you began abusing alcohol or drugs; the real goal is to build a much better life than anything you have experienced previously, which is going to take time.

Will You Find Sobriety in the New Year?

There is nobody on the planet who can guarantee your sobriety except you. All the resources you need to build a great life will be available, but it will always be up to you to make the most of these resources. If you are able to commit fully to sobriety in the New Year, you will not only reach sobriety in 2014 but also will remain sober for rest of your life.

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