Understand that you are not your addiction, and that it has no power over you
One of the beliefs that keep most addicts hold, is the belief that they are one and the same with their addictions. This is not true, and this realization is usually an eye-opener for most individuals suffering from fentanyl addiction. When doing a fentanyl detox, you must understand that you can be separated from your addiction and that it does not have to be part of your life. Remember that when we try to get rid of and suppress something that our minds believes to be of importance to our survival, we end up going around in circles, and the thing we are trying to get rid of remains. The best approach would be to first of all accept that you have a fentanyl addiction and that it is not as beneficial to you as much as it is harmful.
After that you can take the steps that you need to top get rid of the addiction without fighting it. Most people will feel lost right after the acceptance phase of their recovery. You do not have to. There is a lot available to you right now. All you have to do is reach out and take it. Getting the help that you need and realizing that you are not one with your addiction and that it needs to be treated are some of the most important things that you can do in your recovery. Remember many have overcome this disease and you can too.
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