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Every Relapse Follows a Predictable Path


GoodRelapse in not an event. It is a process. The process is predictable and once it is learned can be clearly identified and successfully intervened on. An individual’s movement through the relapse process is progressive in nature and will always result in a return to active addiction if it is not interrupted.

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  • October 14, 2016 at 3:13 pm

    When you see the scenario point by point there us a definite pattern, If someone wants to relapse they will subconsciously create the conditions where it is self justified.
    I can remember the moment i decided decided to relapse it started with loneliness and boredom and went in to guilt and shame,
    Part of this disease is the lack of true self esteem and a healthy self image it’s part of a coping strategy that lies we are not accepted or good enough but self medicating gives relief to self doubt and I was angry that the substance I found that made me feel like I always should feel I sirt of fell in love with and saw it as a friend that I could rely on and trust … Sadly I was wrong

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