Coming back from relapse isn’t easy. For those who have relapsed after a period of sobriety, you know how difficult coming back from a relapse can be. Two and half years or even one year sober may not be a lot of time in the big picture, but it is a significant amount of time. When you are clean, it feels like you are on top of the world. You may think that you will never drink or take drugs for the rest of your life. You may fall off the wagon and drink or get high. Coming back from a relapse isn’t easy, but you can do it. Here is one woman’s journey and some tips on how she became sober again.

Get Honest, Humble Yourself and Drop the Ego. It is not that big of a deal!

Suzy was proud of her sobriety date. The last thing she wanted to do was admit to those around her that she had relapsed, and that her clean date had changed. She could barely even admit it to herself. Until she was ready to humble herself and admit that she had slipped up, there was no way for her to tell anyone else. Until she got real and admitted to herself and others that she slipped, she could not stop using drugs and alcohol.

Talk to Those Around You and Tell Them You Relapsed. Surrender, Get Real and Enter Into Recovery

The only person that looked down on Suzy for relapsing was herself. Once she fessed up to those around her, she realized that it was OK that she relapsed. It happens. The only way for her to get better again was to surrender. She gave up everything that she thought was important, and got herself back into a recovery / halfway house.

Get Back into Action. Be Open to Suggestions on How to Enter Back into Sober Living

Suzy experienced the gifts and happiness that comes along with being sober. She knew there was a solution and she knew what she had to do to get back to that place. All the knowledge in the world wasn’t going to keep her sober though. She had to be willing to take suggestions, and most importantly, take action! Knowing what to do, and actually doing it are two totally different things. Suzy did the work. Suzie is staying sober. Suzy is happy again.

Be Grateful to be alive. Not Everyone Comes Back from a Relapse 

If you are coming back from a relapse, be grateful. So many people have relapsed and just died. They didn’t get a chance to come back around again. The woman that inspired this story was given a lot of chances. Not everyone is so fortunate. If you’re still reading this, you’re here for a reason. Be grateful in knowing that it is ok to come back from a relapse. Be grateful that you have your whole life ahead of you. What are you going to do with it?

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We are a treatment centre for women and are here to help you, every step of the way. If you are coming back from relapse, we can give you the tools and the support you need to stay on track for good. We are located in Maple ridge, BC (Greater Vancouver Area / GVA) and have been helping women just like you recover from the harmful affects of addiction for many years. You are not alone. Help is only a call away. Talk to someone now at 1-800-801-8354.