Imagine that you need healing from depression, anxiety or an addiction and you are given guarantees or the promises of a recovery program that it will actually work!
Relapse often happens when we let down our guard. Things are going well. We’re feeling better than we have for a long time. Our problems seem fewer – or more manageable. And we begin to think we don’t need to go to another Twelve Step meeting or to call our sponsor.
The Sanctuary Program runs a world class Dialectical Behavior Therapy or DBT Treatment and Recovery Centre for Borderline Personality Disorder or addictions.
Becoming more conscious to heal your life sounds a lot simpler than it is. It involves practice, persistence and belief. Every single day.
At first glance, Anxiety and Attention Deficit appear to be two very different disorders, falling in two very distinct categories. But things aren't always as they seem.
Looking at oneself and becoming aware of what our problems are. Getting honest with ourselves and others about the good and the bad, can make all the difference in the world to our happiness.
Whether depression or something else, it may surface as an issue in many different forms. But whatever it is, maybe it’s time to make better decisions
Honesty in addiction recovery is something we need to practice on a daily basis. We don’t just become honest with ourselves overnight.