Do I Even Have a Problem?

Recognizing that you have a problem is the first and by far most important step you can take towards recovery. Realizing that you have given your life over to drugs and alcohol will allow you to take stock of what is truly important to you. By calling us at Wellington you are taking control of your life; you are taking the power away from your addictions.

Take an honest look at your life. This is a hard step but once made you know that recovery is possible all you have to do is reach for it.

Below are a series of questions you can ask yourself to assess whether or not you need help. Addiction creeps up and rarely does it announce itself. It is important to ask yourself these questions so you fully understand where you are in your addiction. Remember, if you think you need help all you have to do is call (561) 247-2843.

The questions to ask are:

1. Do you take drugs and alcohol every single day without fail? 2. Has the use of drugs or alcohol impacted your ability to make it to work? Were you ever late to work because of drugs or alcohol? Did you ever “forget” that you were scheduled to work because of drugs and alcohol? 3. Are your friends part of the ‘drug or alcohol scene’? Do you find that the majority of people you hang out with also use drugs and alcohol? 4. When you take medication that was prescribed to you or someone else with the intent of getting high? 5. Are you unable to stop taking drugs or drinking alcohol even though you told yourself you would stop? 6. Do you drink until you black out or have you ever blacked out due to drugs or alcohol? 7. Do you find yourself apologizing the night after for your actions? 8. Do you get high or drunk by yourself and not in a social setting? 9. Have you been confronted by concerned friends or family because of your use of drugs and alcohol? 10. Do you no longer do the things you once loved because you are always high or drunk? 11. Are you unable to start the day without getting high or drinking?

If you answered “yes” to any of these above question than you may be facing a problem with addiction and should seek out help. Understanding the negative impacts of drugs and alcohol will help you to understand the nature of your own addiction and how badly you need help.

All you have to do is ask and the experts at Wellington will be there to offer their help and guidance and to see you to sobriety. You can lead a normal life again one free of drugs and alcohol but the first step is to seek out help.

Call (561) 247-2843 immediately if you suspect that you have a problem and if you are ready to make a change in your life. If you are in the Wellington, Fl area help is nearby just call at any time on any day. Addiction to drugs and alcohol will destroy your life but you have the power to turn it all around.


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