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How to Avoid Triggers During the Holidays

Understanding the Power of Triggers

Key Facts

3,000

New Cases per Year

1.6m

People at Risk

80 - 90%

Most Common

34

Median Age

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Strategically Planning Your Holiday Calendar

Building a Robust Support System

Engaging in Meaningful Sober Activities

Prioritizing Self-Care

Final Thoughts

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Frequently Asked Questions

You can attend such parties but with caution. Limit your time, bring a sober friend, and have a support system in place. Your sobriety should always come first.

Stress reduction techniques like deep breathing, yoga, and meditation can help. Additionally, confiding in a therapist or support group can provide valuable insights.

Open and honest communication is key. Educate your family about your journey, express your feelings, and set boundaries. Seek professional guidance if needed.

Yes, many online support groups are available to help individuals navigate the holiday season while staying sober. They offer a sense of community and understanding.

Remember that recovery is a journey with its ups and downs. Reach out to your support network, discuss what triggered the slip-up, and recommit to your sobriety with renewed determination.

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