2014 New Years Resolutions: Why Wait to Get Sober?
2014 New Years resolutions are already starting for some, and the most common resolutions are to quit something. Why not quit drinking, drugging or smoking? Why would you wait until the New Year to save your life? The best time to start your 2014 New Years resolutions of quitting substance abuse is now.
2014 New Years Resolutions Starts Now
Getting help before the holidays are the best time to do it! It’s easy to put off getting clean and sober so you can have that last “hurrah” but it’s not worth it; it can be very dangerous to your health, damage your relationships (if they aren’t already) with family and friends, and many other consequences. Although it might seem more “acceptable” for people to be drinking a little more than usual this time of year, and the alcoholic might feel like they’ll finally fit in, it’s dangerous physically and emotionally.
Think back to your prior New Year’s resolutions; did you ever actually end up following through with any of them? Starting in January, there will be many others just like you looking for an open bed at many treatment centers to get clean and sober. Get help now and you don’t have to worry about that. This holiday season, why don’t you give the gift of your recovery, your new life, to you and your family? Make your 2014 New Years Resolutions come true today!
2014 New Years Resolutions
- Get clean & sober
- Work a program of recovery
- Love myself
- Have purpose
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There can be a lot of feelings that come up during the holiday seasons, each depending on the individual’s past or experiences; such as: depression, anxiety, loneliness, etc. Self-care is very important at this time, which is why being in a safe environment is crucial. Instead of being home for the holidays and staying miserable, getting treatment can be the best way to kick off your 2014 New Years resolutions.To find out more about getting help this holiday season, call 800-853-1614 and see what’s best and most comfortable for you!Tags: Addiction, clean and sober, exercise, new year’s resolutions 2014, new years eve, quit smoking, Recovery