Sober Intervention

Early Recovery Suggestions

Ian Young 10 Suggestions, 10 tips, 12 Step Fellowships, 12 Step Program, 12 Steps, Addiction, Addicts, Alcohol, Recovery, Rehab, Sobriety

I’ve been speaking to a good number of clients recently who’ve been struggling with some of the aspects of their own expectations in early recovery, so I’ve compiled this list of goals and reminders for people with addictive disease and associated disorders, who may have recently graduated from rehab and are in early recovery. Accept that you have addictive illness, that you’re …

Sober Coaching One-on-One

10 Suggestions for a Healthy Recovery

Ian Young 10 Suggestions, 10 tips, 12 Step Fellowships, 12 Step Program, 12 Steps, Addiction, Addiction Treatment, Addicts, Alcohol, Alcohol Addiction, Alcohol Detox, Alcohol detoxification, Alcoholism, Confronting Addiction, Detoxification, Diet, Drug Addiction, Drugs, Giving Up Alcohol, Recovery, Sobriety, Stop Drinking

I’ve been working One-On-One with a gentleman with full blown addictions to drugs and alcohol recently and after my recent post titled 10 Recommendations For A Healthy Future referencing how to beat an addictive compulsion when you’ve not crossed the line into addictive disease, he requested that I write a list for him. So, this is written for people in …

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10 Recommendations For A Healthy Future

Ian Young 10 tips, Addiction, Addictive Personality, Crystal Meth, Diet

I have often been asked to work with individuals with personal challenges for whom discretion due to their public profile is of immense importance. This means that traditional rehabilitation treatment and mixing with other patients, or any potential disclosure or leak of their situation to the press or public must absolutely be avoided. It’s a deal breaker. For examples, Celebrities, …

10 tips for Quitting Drinking

Ian Young 10 tips, Alcohol, Alcohol Addiction, Alcohol Detox, Alcohol Therapy, Alcohol Treatment, Giving Up Alcohol, Stop Drinking

10 tips for quitting drinking 1) Make changes Change the people, places and pastimes that you’re used to spending time with or at. This is easiest when you socialise with people who don’t drink at all (there are many that exist), or in coffee shops rather than pubs, or take up a sport or hobby that doesn’t revolve around drinking or …