Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Letting Go

Ever held onto something you just couldn't seem to let go?  Like that candy bar in the check-out line that is calling your name while your conscience is screaming at you to run like a madman out of the store before you gain another 5lbs by osmosis?  Me too.  Been there, done that.  Overrated!!!

Sometimes letting go can save your life.  For example, if your family has a risk of heart attack and stroke, it would be a wise move to 'let go' of eating at McDonald's.  It may be hard at first but it beats the alternative! 

The same is true with drugs and alcohol.  You may feel that you have to have drugs or alcohol to be normal.  The reality is we are all born without drug and alcohol addiction (unless born to a mother who is addicted) as a natural course of human experience. Therefore, it is NOT normal to use drugs and alcohol.  Therefore, letting go of them is ok! 

What can you do today to 'let go' of your addiction?  Is there someone you can talk to about your problem?  Isn't it time to trade in broken dreams for new hope and possibilities?  What part of drugs and alcohol is really worth it anyway?  Don't know where to start?  We do! 

The Coleman Institute is the premier addiction detox specialists in the U.S.  If you or someone you love is in need of detox from opiates, alcohol, benzos, Methadone, or Suboxone, please do not hesitant to call Jennifer Pius at 1-877-77-DETOX (33869).  We are here to help you and yours get clean and stay clean!

No comments:

Post a Comment