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June 23, 2021

Preparing yourself for rehab - don't worry we don't bite

One of the biggest obstacles you might face as an addiction sufferer is being in denial about your addictive behavior. While your pretending everything is okay, the reality might be quite different as the people around you can see. We hope you can finally come to grips with what's going on so you can get the help you need.

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June 23, 2021

One of the biggest obstacles you might face as an addiction sufferer is being in denial about your addictive behavior. While your pretending everything is okay, the reality might be quite different as the people around you can see. We hope you can finally come to grips with what's going on so you can get the help you need.

As far as getting help is concerned, you only have one realistic option. You need to get yourself into rehab. That's where the magic is that can help you recover from your disease of addiction.

Preparing to Enter Rehab

We are in the business of helping addiction sufferers find the road to recovery. We are here to help you when you are ready.

If you are like so many other addiction sufferers all over the U.S., you might have concerns about rehab. You don't know quite what to expect and what is expected of you. It's not something you should worry about. We don't bite, nor do any of our counselors/therapists bite. We are simply here to help guide you on the journey towards recovery.

The first thing you have to do to get yourself mentally prepared for rehab is let go. You need to let go of any notion you have that everything is okay. If you can get to the point where you can admit you are helpless over drugs or alcohol, you will have effectively taken your first step in the door of rehab.

When you report for treatment, you have to report with every intention of being open and honest with yourself and the rehab's staff members. If you are willing to focus, commit to the process, and be honest, your chances of building a lasting recovery will increase.

What to Expect From the Treatment Environment

Assuming you will need to go through residential treatment, we feel you could benefit by knowing what to expect. That should help put your mind at ease so you can focus on treatment.

First and foremost, you would be entering a safe environment. The counselors and administrative staff will be lining up to help you at every turn. The other clients are just like you, good people who got caught up in the cycle of addiction. They just want to fix what is broken. Because all clients are pretty much in the same boat, no one is making judgments.

As for the treatment process, it is a process. When necessary, clients go through detox programs to help them safely deal with their withdrawal symptoms. After detox, clients move on to the therapy stage of treatment. This is where your open and honest communication could pay off in a big way.

Your counselors/therapists would lead you on a journey of self-discovery. Together, you would be looking to answer questions about why you feel the need to hide behind the mask of substance abuse. There are reasons, and you need to know the whys. That's the key to you identifying your triggers so you can develop the coping skills you will need in the future to avoid relapses.

Time to Relax

Yes, therapy can get a little intense at times. Not to worry, it's just part of the process. The good news is there will always be time to relax and take a break from the rigors of treatment.

During downtime, you would get the opportunity to interact with other clients on a more personal level. It's an opportunity to feel normal because you are around people with the same disease of addiction. As you commensurate with others, you would likely come to realize you are not alone in the world. Also, the opportunity to create support resources and friendships might come about.

To enhance the treatment experience, you would get the chance to participate in recreational activities and enjoy the rehab's amenities. If you need some time for reflection, that would be available as well.

Preparing for the Commitment

If you have concerns regarding how long the treatment process will take, we can only recommend that you mentally prepare yourself to be in the rehab facility for 30 to 90 days. The harder you work at your recovery, the shorter the treatment process would be.

Remember, this is a good thing. If you can successfully arrest your addiction, you will have achieved something that is important and difficult to do. Since this is a good thing for you, we hope you can go into treatment as relaxed as possible and ready to do good work.

If and when you are ready, our staff at Hollywood Hille recovery is ready for you. At every turn, we will help you through the treatment process so you can recover from your addiction and go on to lead a productive life.

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