Caution With Drugs and Alcohol During Break
Break ups can cause people to make poor choices
regarding substance abuse. Don't fall into that
Let's face it break ups and divorces are hard. It is like
loosing someone close to you. Sometimes there is just no other
way to describe it other than "it just sucks." The pain from
break ups can be massive, and sometimes that pain can feel
unbearable. It is important to try to channel and experience
this pain in the safest way possible. If your break up just
happened, call a friend and make sure they are around when you
need them. Ask a sibling or a parent if you can come visit.
Many times during break ups people try to keep their emotions
inside. It is best to express these feeling to a friend or
family member. If you don't have that option at least write
your feelings down in a journal. Keeping a journal like this
will help you get some of those feelings out in the open. Once
those feelings are out in the open it is easier for you to
begin to heal.
It is important to realize that you are going through an
extremely tough time and you are supposed to be feeling pain.
It is normal and human to feel pain like this when traumatic
situations arise. Also, remember that tomorrow is a new day and
things will get better day by day. Don't try to mask the pain
you feel today, experience it and accept it so you can move
forward with tomorrow.
Some people try to mask their pain with drugs and alcohol. This
is always a temporary fix to the problem. Masking the pain of
loss isn't going to make the pain go away. There is no long
term help in using drugs and alcohol to cope with a break up or
divorce. Besides, whether you are looking to move on or try
again with your ex, the right state of mind will be key to that
outcome. Stay away from drugs and alcohol in times of loss and
extreme stress. Even though it is hard, look for the positives
in your life and know that tomorrow won't be as hard as
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December 7th 2008
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