Sleep is a restorative and vital function of the human body. It refuels your body at the end of each day and allows major necessary biological functions to take place each night. Without it, your health and quality of life suffer, and it’s only a matter of time before you experience a serious injury, or worse.
You’ve heard it said many times—admitting you have a problem is the first step. When it comes to drug addiction and recovery, acceptance is one of the hardest hurdles to cross, and it’s required multiple times.
To figure out your “why” you must be willing to put in the effort to seek it. We all have our own “why” and purpose, but the journey to discovering those answers is different for each of us. Start here with these guidelines to find your “why” and what makes you happy and fulfilled with life.
My family used to be the most important thing in the world to me. I miss those days. Today, I can’t think of anything but my next high. I’m out of money, but I can’t let that stop me. I need this like I need air to breathe. I know they don’t trust me, so this is going to be hard. I need three seconds alone with dad’s wallet. Just ten bucks will do it for now… or more if it’s there.