To you the reader (if you've never met me), may find that a bit contradicting. I know a lot of other people who know me and would think the same.
Sleep is one of the basic needs in which regulates so much in our beaten down brains and bodies. What have I been doing to find a balance?
Alright! I did it! I've been able to start walking down a path of a healthier lifestyle by including exercise into my life. ... Why can I lift my arms?
Being as stubborn as I am, I'm not about to let my issues block my path in keeping my body in some sort of improved shape. I don't want to lose my muscle mass, I want to strengthen muscles that should be working instead of other's compensating (thus pain), and I need to get rid of the excess jitters caused by my anxiety.
Remember the last time you came off and ignored the signs? What happened? You crashed even harder and landed right back on these little peach poisons.
I agree that healthy support is a determining factor with recovery, and the main message of being more supportive with those dealing with addiction is helpful. Programs that encourage healthy behavioral change instead of penalization needs to be screamed from the rooftops. Ready for the but?
Love has become a capitalized market: we've gotten to the point where we have catalogues of human beings to skim through on our phones like a magazine in a doctor's office.