Looking back on my success quitting opiates, I now realize the main reason I was ultimately triumphant.
While the medications, supplements, and courage helped, they weren’t the top resources I had.
They were very helpful…
But it was my RESOLVE to quit opiates that won the award for “Top Resource.”
What Does Resolve Mean?
resolve (noun) – “firm determination to do something.” When you have resolve to quit opiates, it means that you’ve made your decision, and NOTHING (No Thing) will stand in your way.
Having resolve means that no obstacle or barrier can prevent you from achieving your goal of quitting opiates.
Resolve also means “when the going gets tough, the tough get going.”
To me, resolve means promising yourself you will never give up.
It means you’ll keep trying until you quit opiates.
You’ll keep researching opiate detox methods until you find the right one for you.
You’ll keep planning until you have the perfect opiate recovery plan.
And if you try and don’t succeed your first, second, or third time quitting opiates, then you’ll try again, and you’ll keep trying until you achieve your goal and hit your target.
That is resolve.
And that is why I finally quit opiates after years of trying and not succeeding. I had resolve, and there is no greater resource for quitting opiates.
Do You Have a Resolve to Quit Opiates?
When I first started using opiates, they made me feel GREAT. I was getting lots of benefits from using opiates for awhile.
More happiness, lasting longer in bed, more energy, and euphoria are just a few of the benefits opiates gave me.
But towards the end of my addiction, I was addicted to heroin, and my life was spinning out of control. My life was very painful, and the consequences of using opiates greatly outweighed the benefits, thus, I developed a strong resolve to quit.
And that’s the key in my opinion. The consequences of being addicted to opiates have to outweigh the benefits. The more the consequences outweigh the benefits, the greater chance you’ll have of developing a resolve to quit.
Have You Set a Goal to Quit Opiates?
Let me ask you a question. Do the consequences of being addicted to opiates outweigh the benefits for you? If so, it’s really time to make a plan to quit.
You may already be committed to quitting, but have you created a plan and a deadline?
If you don’t yet have a detailed plan and deadline for quitting opiates, then it’s a wish, not a goal.
Is fear holding you back from setting a deadline to quit opiates?
If you don’t quit opiates, what will your life look like one year from now? What will it look like five years from now, or ten?
Imagine what your life will look like one year from now if you quit opiates. How will your life look five years from now? How much money will you have saved? How much healthier will you be? How much more freedom will you have?
Unleash the Super Hero Within
Have you noticed the Super Hero theme in this article? I intentionally chose pictures with Super Hero’s, because you have a Super Hero within you.
It is time for you to unleash the Super Hero within.
I’m not going to lie.
It takes Super Hero strength to quit opiates and stay quit for good.
Thus, I’m encouraging you to call upon that greatness within you that is just waiting to be unleashed. You are capable of so much in this world. You have a tremendous amount of inner-strength and courage, and you’ll need to tap into this power when you quit opiates.
Want to Work with Me?
If there’s one thing I’m good at, it’s helping people unleash the power within them. Yes, I’m also very effective at helping people come up with custom opiate detox plans that can help an individual get off opiates at home without getting sick.
But quitting opiates is not just about obtaining the right combination of opiate withdrawal remedies that can reduce symptoms.
You also need resolve and a very strong mindset.
That’s where I come along.
Do you want a coach to push you and help you get off opiates? Do you want someone to stand by your side and fight this battle with you? Do you want someone to help you come up with an opiate recovery goal, and then hold you accountable for achieving that goal?
If you answered “yes” to any of those questions, I would love to work with you.
Elite Coaching Package 50% Off
From now until the end of September, I’m offering a 50% discount on my Elite Coaching Package. This package consists of three 60-minute coaching sessions, and is normally $599.
With the 50% “Super Hero Discount,” you can sign up for the Elite Coaching Package for $299.50.
Here are the features of the Elite Coaching Package:
- Three 60-Minute Private Phone Coaching Sessions
- Strategic, Results-Focused Opiate Detox & Recovery Strategies
- Completely Confidential
- Free Lifetime Access to Ultimate Opiate Detox 2.0
- Free Opiate Addiction Support Coaching Workbook (PDF Download)
- Email Support in Between Coaching Calls