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The Impact of Holidays on Addiction Recovery

The Complex Relationship Between Holidays and Addiction Recovery

Key Facts

3,000

New Cases per Year

1.6m

People at Risk

80 - 90%

Most Common

34

Median Age

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Social Pressure

Stress and Expectations

Triggers

Loneliness and Isolation

Strategies for a Successful Sober Holiday Season

Prioritize Self-Care

Set Boundaries

Create New Traditions

Attend Support Groups

Have a Relapse Plan

Your Journey to a Sober Holiday Season

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you can attend holiday gatherings, but it’s crucial to set boundaries and prioritize your sobriety. Avoid events where you may be tempted to use substances.

Have a plan in place to confidently say no to offers of substances. Enlist the support of a sober friend or sponsor to accompany you to events if needed.

If you relapse, don’t lose hope. Reach out to your support system, and consider seeking professional help immediately to get back on track.

Sharing your recovery journey with trusted loved ones can provide a valuable support network during the holidays. However, it’s a personal decision, and you should do what feels right for you.

True Life Recovery offers comprehensive addiction treatment programs, including therapy, counseling, and support groups tailored to your needs. Contact us for personalized assistance and guidance throughout the holiday season and beyond.

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