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Addiction Help in Cornwall

Cornwall has some good options for anyone who is in need of addiction treatment. As well as the medically best options for treatment for alcohol and drug problems there are also self help options as well. In most situations the best solution will be for the individual to choose a combination of medical options (for example rehabilitation clinics) combined with some type of self help group (for example Alcoholics Anonymous). By mixing different options it can mean that those looking for addiction help in Cornwall will have the best type of support.

Need for Support When Ending an Addiction

It can be tempting for the individual to believe that they do not need any help in order to overcome their addiction. They may even know other people who managed to become sober without any kind of formal assistance. While it is true that some individuals do manage to break away from addiction without too much help these people tend to be in the minority. If the person has already tried to end their addiction many times alone but failed then this would indicate that a new approach may be required.

The underlying reason for why many individuals refuse addiction help is that they are dealing with terminal uniqueness. They feel sure that they are a special case and so they will not need the support of anyone else. It is called terminal uniqueness because this type of thinking can get people killed. Those individuals who are serious about ending their addiction would be better off making the best use of available resources. It is better to have too much support in recovery than it is to have too little.

Fully Committing to Recovery

No matter what type of recovery resource the individual chooses it will still be up to them to end the addiction. Even the best rehabilitation centres in the world will not be able to make an unwilling person sober. These resources can be a vital tool but they are only valuable if the person is able to make the most of them – there is no good having an excellent hammer if the individual never gets around to hammering anything.

When people are fully committed to sobriety then the chances are very good that they will enter lasting recovery. The fact that the individual is combining their willingness with the available resources for recovery means that they are giving sobriety an even higher chance of taken hold. This means that the person can now begin to enjoy the benefits of their new life. It is important to have realistic expectations but great things can happen when people get sober.

The decision to ask for help with ending a recovery is unlikely to be soothing that the individual ever regrets. It is a sign that they are serious about beginning this new chapter in their life because they are not just talking about it but getting the help they need. This type of decision is actually empowering because the individual is taking charge of their own life.

Importance of Honesty in Rehab

If the individual is going to enter alcohol or drug addiction centres then it is vital that they have the willingness and capacity to be honest. If they are not able to be open about their life and thinking, it will be unlikely that they will be able to get much out of the experience. The reasons for why honesty is some important in rehab include:

  • It is the lies and denial that keeps the individual trapped in addiction. If they continue to deal with life in a deceitful manner they will be at high risk of relapse.
  • Almost all of the treatment modalities, used in rehab, rely heavily on the ability of the person to be honest with themselves and with other people. Activities like group therapy and one to one therapy will be practically useless if the person is not prepared to be open about their life.
  • The fact that the individual continues to be deceitful is usually a sign that they are not serious about recovery – or that they are ambivalent towards it. The individual is hiding their true feelings and thoughts because they do not want other people to know that they have not yet given up hope of a return to substance abuse.
  • It is often claimed that people are as sick as their secrets, and the failure to revel the truth will cause the person to become stuck in recovery.

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New Life after Rehab in Cornwall

If people keep on doing the same things they will keep on getting the same results. This seems to be a law of nature, and it has even been suggested that insanity means repeatedly doing the same thing but expecting different results each time. If the person return home to their old life they are very likely to relapse back to addiction. They need to do things different or the risk getting more of the same. Some of the things to consider in this regard would be:

  • It is important to keep away from drinking and drug using friends.
  • The individual should keep away from bars.
  • Once the person goes home they will need to build up a support network of sober friends.
  • The individual has to keep working in order to strengthen their recovery.
  • It is vital that the individual does not take their recovery for granted or forget where they have come from.
  • In order to succeed in recovery the individual will need to keep on building up their arsenal of coping strategies. They should view all the challenges that come their way as a chance to test their tools or for developing new effective coping strategies.

Help After Rehab in Cornwall

One of the best resources that people can use after rehab will be the 12 Step recovery groups. There are meetings every day of the week, and these will all be in easy reach of people who live in the Cornwall area. Here is just a selection of the available meetings:

  • Alcoholics Anonymous – Step Tuesday Meeting– Tuesday 19:30 – Killigrew Day Centre Age Concern, Falmouth
  • Alcoholics Anonymous – Share Freely Meeting – Friday 19:30 – Killigrew Day Centre Age Concern, Falmouth
  • Narcotics Anonymous – Falmouth Meeting – Thursday 19:30 – Women’s Institute, 13 Webber Street, Falmouth
  • Alcoholics Anonymous – Big Book Study Meeting – Sunday 12:00 – Newquay Hospital, First Floor Training Room, St Thomas Road, Newquay
  • Alcoholics Anonymous – Friday Meeting – Friday 19:30 – Senior Citizens Centre, St Michael’s Rd, Newquay

As well as these 12 Step meetings there are also secular options. These days there are also online recovery communities, but it is probably best to use these as a compliment to face to face meetings rather than a replacement for them.

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