Transitions Recovery Program – We Are Here For You !

The start of the new year is known for being a time of making resolutions. There is something about a new year that gives us the feeling of a clean slate. Making a new year’s resolution obtainable is key to turning it from a temporary conversation topic to something that you can actually achieve.

Leave Your Work at The Workplace by Unplugging
Too often it seems like a good idea to take advantage of your down time by working at home. We understand that every situation is different but it is important to have time for rest and relaxation. Work will be there the next day. Set a time to unplug and put your devices away to ensure that you make adequate time for self care. Imagine doing that for an entire year. Sounds great, right?

Learn Not to Put Yourself Down
We can be our own worst critic. In today’s fast moving world, it can be difficult not to compare ourselves to everyone and everything we see. Learn to be a glass half full type of person and find your strengths rather than focusing on your weaknesses. Always keep moving forward. Don’t trip by trying to look back into the past. Focusing on self care hobbies and activities, such as volunteering, joining a book club or learning a few new healthy recipes are all perfect ways to stay in a good mood.

Be Aware of Your Emotional Triggers
Keeping a journal is a great way to keep track of your thought and thinking patterns. Simple, daily journal entry’s done at the same time daily can assist you in becoming more aware of yourself. Being able to reflect on your journal could be an eye-opening experience and assist you in being able to boost your mood. Make sure your therapist is aware of your journal as well.

Reconcile With Those Who May Have Been Hurt
Nobody is perfect. Reach out to those who may have been hurt in the past by things you said or did. It may be hard for them to hear depending on how big of a deal the issue was. Don’t make it seem as though you blame your condition but that it rather is your smile the explanation.
Remember: your health and recovery is an obligation but not a burden !
Transition Recovery Program has been assisting in recovery since 1985. We are committed to making people happy and healthy. If you are interested treatment, simply pick up the phone and give us a call at

1(800) 298-1783

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