If you’re in a dark place, I feel your pain, and I know the struggle. Though I may not have been in your exact situation, trust me when I say that I’ve fought with my own “addiction demons.”
Being addicted to opiates is a type of darkness that paralyzes you with fear and prevents you from living the life of your dreams.
We were put on this planet for a reason.
I believe that we’re here to learn, grow, love, and help others.
And when you’re doing all four of these, you’re truly happy and fulfilled. But being addicted to opiates prevents us from growing.
Opiate addiction keeps us drowning in darkness, and it prevents us from reaching our potential.
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If you’re currently on opiates and desperately wanting to quit, then you’re probably doing some real “soul-searching” right now. Soul-searching is when you evaluate your life, behaviors, values, goals, and emotions with deep consideration.
Being stuck in the “opiate addiction darkness” can lead to you taking a serious look at yourself.
From this place of deep soul-searching, insights are uncovered and revealed.
As I stated before, we thrive in life when we’re:
- Adding value to the lives of others
After deep contemplation about being addicted to opiates, we realize that the addiction is an obstacle that’s preventing us from growing.
How To Escape the Darkness
For you to escape the darkness that is opiate addiction, you’ll need to overcome your fears. Getting off opiates is quite scary, but you can overcome this fear with courage.
Courage is being afraid and doing it anyways.
Your heart and soul want you to be free from addiction, as do I.
To assist you on your journey, here are 3 steps you can take to quit opiates for good:
- Commit – Develop a strong resolve that you will quit opiates no matter what. Even if you fail the first or second time you try to get off opiates, your resolve will see that you eventually achieve your goal.
- Plan – Make sure you study the best opiate detox and recovery methods, and choose one that fits your unique situation “like a glove.”
- Courageous Action – Once you’ve created your plan and chosen a date to start implementing it, it’s time to feel the fear, then cultivate courage and take action towards your goal in spite of the fear.
Failure is Just Feedback
If you try to get off opiates and don’t succeed, make sure you learn what went wrong. Then, when you attempt getting off opiates the next time, you’ll have a better chance at succeeding.
If you learn from your mistakes and keep trying, that’s progress in every sense of the word.
Failure is only feedback.
It teaches us what doesn’t work.
As an inventor, Thomas Edison made 1,000 unsuccessful attempts at inventing the light bulb. When a reporter asked, “How did it feel to fail 1,000 times?” Edison replied, “I didn’t fail 1,000 times. The light bulb was an invention with 1,000 steps.”
Opiate Recovery Resources
If you’re ready to take the first step towards recovering from opiate addiction, or if you’ve already taken steps but haven’t made the progress you desire, I encourage you to Click Here Now to view the Ultimate Opiate Recovery Method.
It’s by far the best home-detox program I’ve ever created, and a lot of people really love it. Also, if you’re interested in having me as your personal Recovery Coach, I’d love to work with you.
If you want to see all my best free articles and detox plans, there are almost 200 free articles that have everything you could ever need to know.
And if you haven’t already done so, make sure you register for my free online course How To Detox From Opiates At Home.
It has free videos and PDF downloads that will teach you my holistic opiate recovery system.
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