Destructive Habits & Recovery
Your destructive bad habits have given you the opportunity to change your life. Changing your life is what makes all recovery both difficult and rewarding.
Recovery is difficult because you have to change your life, and all change is difficult, even good change. Recovery is also rewarding because you get the chance to change your life. Most people sleepwalk through life. They don’t think about who they are or what they want to be, and then one day they wake up and wonder why they aren’t happy.
If you use this opportunity for change, you’ll look back and think of your destructive habit as one of the best things that ever happened to you. People in recovery often describe themselves as grateful. Why would someone be grateful to have a bad habit? Because their habit helped them find an inner peace and tranquility that most people crave. Counseling or Coaching can help you change your life, and we can help.
If you, or someone you know, is suffering from a destructive habit that is destroying their life, give us a call at (509) 466-6632 or send us a message.