What do you do in rehab?
Asked: 2018-10-19 08:51:55
My girlfriend wants to go to rehab, and I’m really proud of her for making this decision. I want her to have a good idea of what her daily routine will be like there- does anyone have any suggestions?
Answered: 2018-11-08 04:23:54
A whole lot of waiting to get out. I was court ordered to go into a rehab program, and I spent the entire time checking the days off the calendar. I dont even really have a drug problem. I just got busted driving home from the bar a couple times too many, but no one got hurt in the charges got deferred.
Answered: 2018-10-19 14:54:18
That’s great that your girlfriend is eager to go to rehab. To successfully complete her recovery, she will need to be determined and have self-control. Once she makes it through detox and the initial stages, every day will include therapy and meeting with counselors who will help her work through her inner demons and develop better plans and methods for coping once outside in the real world. The goal is to get her set up for a successful and sober life ahead.
Answered: 2018-11-13 15:05:11
I think a lot of that has to do with what you want to get out of rehab. If you really want to get into recovery and stay sober, then youre gonna work the program and listen to the people that are there. Its about changing your life and trying to find yourself again. Drugs change you, and its so important to get good therapy.
Answered: 2018-10-21 00:34:13
I’m happy to hear your girlfriend is taking that first big step herself- good on you for being there to support her. While everyone may have a slightly different experience, generally speaking your girlfriend should expect a daily routine of therapy, counseling and life skills lessons to prepare her for her sober future. She will start to get a set rhythm of the daily activities, and this structured schedule will be really good for her on her recovery journey.
Answered: 2018-10-21 17:01:04
I think its like 90% of addicts dont get the right amount of help when fighting their disease. This is why its so important to use rehab to your full advantage. Youll go through a series of programs designed to help you learn new coping skills, identify triggers, understand and educate you about addiction, and to prepare you to get back to your life drug free. Every rehab is a little different and youll need to be completely honest with the staff to get the right treatment. Hiding things can totally derail your treatment plan and end up putting you back in the same position that you started from.
Answered: 2018-11-18 03:03:13