Life changes, both big and small, can be a challenge to sobriety. From a move to a new city to the birth of a child, these changes can disrupt your routines and support system. It’s important to be prepared for how these changes might affect you and have a plan in place to maintain your sobriety. Here are some tips for maintaining sobriety during life changes.
When life changes, it can be hard to deal with. Maybe you've lost a job, or a loved one has passed away. Perhaps you're going through a divorce, or you've just had a baby. Whatever the change is, it's important to remember that you're not alone.
Look for Support
There are many resources available to help you through tough times. There are support groups, counseling services, and hotlines you can call. Friends and family can also be a great support system.
Ask for Help
It's okay to feel scared, confused, or overwhelmed when facing a life change. It's normal to need some time to adjust. But don't be afraid to ask for help when you need it. There are people who want to help you through this tough time.
By, Crystal Amon