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Rediscover yourself

When You Should Seek Treatment

Find Yourself Again

There is a misunderstood cliche about ‘rock bottom’ when dealing with addiction. While it can refer to destructive activities, more likely the sentiment is a psychological and spiritual realization that there is something wrong and dangerous about the path you are on. Because of this, we prefer to view ‘rock bottom’ as a hopeful period, when one has reached the point of willingness to change for the better. Once you are willing, both physically and spiritually, to embrace the change you have come to realize is necessary, the doors to the better you can be opened. The humble acceptance that you need to chart a new, healthier path in life and are willing to submit to the process of recovery is an essential realization full of hope and the promise of sunny days ahead.

Rise From the Bottom to a new path

When that feeling inside your consciousness clicks that it’s time to alter your path, you can begin to commit to the new path of sobriety and recovery.

Envision Yourself Happy and Healthy

You know that your addiction saps both your health and happiness. Once you see the path forward, you can begin to imagine the new, contented you.

Once Your 'When' is Now

You alone can conclude that your when is now. Once that realization hits and you commit to rise from the bottom, hope is real and change can be tangible.

Rise from the bottom to a new path

Envisions yourself happy and healthy

Once your 'when' is now

When that feeling inside your consciousness clicks that it’s time to alter your path, you can begin to commit to the new path of sobriety and recovery.

You know that your addiction saps both your health and happiness. Once you see the path forward, you can begin to imagine the new, contented you.

You alone can conclude that your when is now. Once that realization hits and you commit to rise from the bottom, hope is real and change can be tangible.

“I was continually judging and criticizing myself and this kept me on the Crazy Train. In recovery, one of the first things I learned was to be kind to myself. Practicing kindness and compassion towards myself gave me the feet to stand up against all of the negative thoughts I had, all of the negative experiences I recalled. Because I learned it’s okay to care for and value myself, I am able to remember that my past and regret over my past do not define who I am today.”

Former Client

BC Addiction Recovery Centre

Treatment

Treatment is about living much better and healthier than you do now. It is about getting your life back; but more than that it is about creating a new life for yourself. It is about becoming the person that you can be and really are, the person that is currently trapped under your addiction. Stopping the drinking, the drug use and the compulsive and obsessive behaviours is the key to the door of your new life. The paradox is that you need to give up trying to control “it”. You need to let go and get help. That is the critical first step.

Even though you may not believe in anything, even though you may have little if any hope left, even though you feel that you are damned if you do and damned if you don’t…these are feelings to be accepted and acted upon, rather than denied. When you have nothing to lose by embracing this realization, when you are at YOUR bottom, the question becomes, if not now, when?

, Our Clients, Recovery Ranch Addiction Treatment and Rehabilitation Centre
, Our Clients, Recovery Ranch Addiction Treatment and Rehabilitation Centre