Relapse Reasons


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    I just jumped ahead today because I basically relapse every day, meaning I never can actually succeed. This is one of the warning signs that you are going to relapse:

    “Stress, Frustration and Anger – When you experience these types of intense emotions frequently it should come as no surprise that you are at higher risk of relapsing. You are far more likely to give in to poor decision making, have lower willpower, and experience less joy and happiness, all of which can lead to relapse.” 

    This is my daily life. So how do I stop all of this so that I can have even one day of success?

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    So sorry. This habit is so hard, hard, hard to change. I wonder if you have tried some of the solutions around letting go of negative thoughts, limiting beliefs and self harm? (Tapping, Forgiveness solution, etc.) Those solutions really helped me in addition to talk therapy with a therapist. I began to realize I was holding on to these negative feelings and they were causing me to want to escape. I also listen to a lot of Byron Katie- Loving What Is tapes. Her process helps you understand your negative thinking and how to focus on what is reality vs the stories we create in our heads about others and our selves. Ultimately, working to understand why you over drink or over eat did seem to help me. Everyone’s journey is different so I’m just sharing what’s helped me. Posting helps too – just knowing others are out there.

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