For some people, the idea of attending a meeting full of strangers is too unsettling, others think they can battle their addictions on their own, and still others simply cannot adapt to a life without their addiction and have given in to despair. Regardless of the reason you are struggling with sobriety or the form your addiction takes, recovery coaching in the Twin Cities is a powerful option to build a solid foundation of recovery for the rest of your life. With my help as a recovery coach with Personal Advocates, you can receive the personalized coaching and support that you need to turn your life around.
No matter how long you’ve been addicted and no matter what your addiction might be, if you think that you can control your addiction on your own, you’re wrong. Recovering addicts understand that sobriety cannot be maintained without a long-term support system in place. As a recovery coach in the Twin Cities, I can help you build the support system you need to maintain long-term sobriety and grow into the person you are meant to be.
Some addicts, especially those who have tried to fight addiction on their own and without a support system in place, believe that if they can only control their cravings, they will be able to stay sober. Unfortunately, that is not the case. Addiction is a progressive disease that only gets worse over time. As an addict's life spins further out of control, the need for escape by using becomes more and more powerful, pulling the addict deeper into despair, and eventually, death. Fortunately, addiction does not have to be a death sentence. Millions of people do recover and live happy, healthy lives. With regular addiction recovery coaching in the Twin Cities, you can overcome your addiction and build the support you need to live substance-free.
It’s important to realize that anybody can benefit from coaching, whether it's addiction recovery coaching or other forms of coaching for personal or professional development. Coaching provides tools for living and isn’t intended to replace medical, mental health or chemical dependency treatment. Unlike therapy, which focuses on past events and traumas, coaching focuses on the here and now and seeks to take the person you are today and transform you into someone who can live life at his or her fullest potential. The ultimate goals of addiction recovery coaching is to help people stay free of their addictions, build support for transitioning to a life of recovery and to provide somebody experienced they can confide in and talk to for help living free from addiction.
To learn more about recovery coaching in the Twin Cities or to schedule a complimentary first session to see if recovery coaching is right for you, visit www.PersonalAdvocates.net.