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It is too soon for a master plan. Identify a few small and easily accomplished steps. Set aside time each day to reflect on your reasons for making this change. Evaluate your progress or lack thereof. Trouble-shoot problems, and determine what you need to do next. Regardless of whether your plan is to stop completely, cut back a lot, cut back a little, or even just assess the situation, identify your personal target and take daily action in that direction.
For guidelines in establishing your personal goals, a good place to start is here. On a daily basis, review how you are doing. What is working? What isn't?
Revise your plan as you go. Be careful not to overwhelm yourself with too much to do at once. Remember risky drinking includes both how much and how often. If you plan to moderate, record how much and how often, or record big fat zeros if you plan to abstain. You might record the number of days you worked out, the time you spent with your kids, or random acts of kindness. Find something truly meaningful that supports recovery and count it or measure it. Then, record it. A calendar devoted to this purpose is one place to keep the record. Keep it up for at least 90 days. This will be easier if you remember it will end.
For most of us, the transition is 90 days.
By that time, craving and irritability will have diminished considerably. Use your calendar as a visual motivator. Cross off each day as you approach the day marker. Motivation is central to recovery.
Remain motivated by recalling why you are making this change. Even better, write down why and review it every day in your daily reflection time see action 2. Cravings are time-limited. Cravings will not harm you.
Cravings cannot force you to use. Although cravings may increase in the first days or weeks, cravings eventually go away. Reminding yourself of these three facts will help to reduce the anxiety that accompanies cravings.
Furthermore, find an activity that requires your focused attention. Your mind cannot dwell upon two things at once.
3 Steps To Recovery [Dan J Farish, Peter Cross, Natalie Hahn] on cigynocapy.tk *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Literary Award for best. KEY PRINCIPLE: Decide to turn your will and your life over to the care of God the Eternal Father and His Son, Jesus Christ. Then in step 3 we were introduced to the only thing we could do for God. President Boyd K. Packer of the Quorum of the Twelve described his decision to yield.
If you keep your mind occupied, cravings have less power. Check out the websites, books and other resources in our Resources section. Go anonymously into web-based discussions, comments sections, or message boards.
You just have to be willing to let your Higher Power do it. At BRC Recovery, we wholeheartedly believe in the importance of spiritual healing. Our Step immersion program gives clients the tools they need to live sober lives, as well as proper training on how to implement them. We break the 12 Steps up over a day period, so our clients can fully immerse themselves in each Step. For more information about our recovery services, please contact a BRC Recovery Admissions Specialist at Website Design by Webconsuls.