: Whole Sobriety
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People in recovery from compulsive behaviors such as drinking, smoking, shopping, gambling, self-injury, using drugs, etc. need to be aware of the potential for relapse and the wide range of challenges that can, and often do, lead to it. Most people who struggle with compulsive behaviors want to stop using, but they are continually overcome by their cravings. This is a personal directed relapse prevention workbook. This is a blank lined writing notebook and journal that can be utilized to help prevent relapse from all forms of addiction to alcohol and other drugs including nicotine, sex, work, spending, adrenaline, food, and relationships, etc. This writing diary can be used as a workbook for personal recovery and relapse prevention. Use this lined journal as your relapse prevention and sobriety focused workbook for effective addiction recovery to help you to recovery from substance misuse disorders and compulsive lifestyles. Improve how you prevent relapse so they can walk tall and live free from compulsive disorders. If you are currently going through or in recovery from codependency, you can use this notebook to process your own recovery from addiction. People addiction! Stop your addiction, stop codependency, and stop any possibility of relapse. You have an unhealthy relationship with alcohol? If you are in recovery from alcohol addiction, you can document your recovery process, addiction struggles, feelings you feel before and after relapse, etc. This book is especially for you if drinking has become too big a part of your live, and worry that it may even be affecting your health. Whether you are seeking moderation or cutting back from liquor use, this book will be a great asset for you. Write and take note of your struggles then say after 30 to 90 days, read back and see what your life has been like. This lined writing diary offers you a positive solution to the problem of addiction by providing you with writing space for you to take note of your emotions, relapse trigger situations and your recovery strengths. Find your freedom from chemical dependency so that you can start living the life you've always wanted. Find your freedom from substance abuse disorder and find sobriety. Whether you are in your early days of your recovery, well advanced with years of sobriety, you have been sober and you relapsed, or you are sober and confident, this sobriety practice will forever transform the way you relate to yourself and other people, and most importantly your thought process. This is a blank lined notebook to freedom from substance abuse disorders.