If you’ve recently experienced relapse along the journey to recovery, you may be experiencing a lot of fear and guilt.
Alcohol is a normal part of our culture, and you can find it everywhere-in television shows, at nearly every restaurant, and even at your office holiday party. Many adults regularly enjoy a glass of wine with dinner or beer at a football game, and some even get drunk on occasion. In a culture that is so accepting of alcohol, how do you know if you've crossed a line into alcohol addiction? How far is too far?
When new residents enter rehab at Hawaiian Island Recovery (HIR), they often have questions about what life will look like during their stay and how their habits will change throughout the program. One common question we hear residents ask is, "What will I eat while I'm at HIR?"
You may not know this, but what you eat during your recovery can have a huge impact on your success.
As you make the decision to enter drug rehab, you may feel afraid and alone. You may even feel like you’re the only one in the world with problems as painful as the ones caused by your addiction—but you’re not. Discovering that others just like you have walked this road and emerged victoriously will help you in your own journey.
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